If you're looking to film a post apocalyptic thriller in which a rogue police force rises up and terrorizes the city, boy has Nissan got the car for you.
It's called the Pursuit 23, aka COPZILLA.
As you can probably tell, pursue 23 is a Nissan gtr that has received some extensive visual enhancements.
There's a massive wing [UNKNOWN] backs, skinny carbon mirrors on the doors and wheels that are frankly among the ugliest I have ever seen before.
They're however quite menacing which matches the cop gun [UNKNOWN] vibe that this thing has in space.
The vinyl wrap proudly makes nod to the Skyline, the long running Japanese model series that gave birth to the GT-R.
And the 23 is a reference to Nissan itself.
2, you see is ni in Japanese.
3 as you can probably guess is san.
And of course, no would be cop car is complete without lots and lots of lights.
Copzilla has plenty of those tucked in everywhere even a scrolling LED bar on the nose you can program to say Whatever you like.
The interior of the Pursuit 23 is mostly stock, but we have the smart controller here that's conveniently labeled smart controller.
On here I can push a whole lot of buttons.
Flip this switch to turn on al the lights, all the beautiful blinking lights which will definitely light up anybody's rear view button.
But then you hit the buttons and you can make a whole lot of noise.
[LAUGH] [SOUND] It's like one of those toy key chains but so much louder.
And the best part?
You can yell at people too.
Hey, you in the Camaro, pull over.
Dead or alive, you're coming with me.
You have 15 seconds to comply This is so great.
If you are a police officer hoping for a hot new ride, I'm sorry to say this GTR is not intended for active duty.
It is a special creation Nissan pulled together ahead of the New York Auto Show, where you may see it driving around town.
However, if you see it flashing at you in your rear view mirror, whatever you do, Do not pull over.