Nissan Builds GT-R Cop Car Nicknamed “Copzilla”
Loaded with nearly four dozen Federal Signal LEDs, this is one lit cruiser.
Nissan has always been one to think outside the box with unique (and fun) concept builds for auto shows. This year, Nissan built a GT-R cop car nicknamed “Copzilla.” Taking a Nissan GT-R Premium (MSRP $109,990) and heavily modifying it, Nissan was able to create one badass ride.
Covered in a matte black wrap, lowered with coil-over shocks, and tricked out with LED lighting, Copzilla is ready to patrol the streets. Nissan decided the livery should read “Skyline Metro Police Department” on a gold shield and also have plenty of other decals similar to the ones you would see on a police car.
According to Nissan, Copzilla has nearly four dozen LED lights from Federal Signal as well as a Federal Signal Cencom system, siren, Setina pushbar and even 22-inch steel wheels. Lighting options include hide-a-ways, a light bar, a supervisor bar, and much more. Still, we have a sneaky feeling Copzilla won’t be doing PIT maneuvers any time soon.
Plus, Copzilla has a gigantic wing because…why not.
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