An unnamed Northern Virginia police agency has apparently scored itself a Nissan GT-R to use as a pursuit vehicle. Call it the last of the V6 Interceptors.

A company by the name of EVI Corporation spends its days outfitting law enforcement vehicles with all of the necessary electronics to track down baddies, and the company recently released a video showing a GT-R boasting a full range of blue and red flashers as well as the standard strobe treatment for both the headlights and taillights. Now, we've seen agencies snag high-dollar vehicles from drug kingpins and other seedy characters in the past, but this is something different.

According to the word kicking around the web, this GT-R showed up at EVI with a mere 13 miles on the clock, meaning its as fresh as a fallen snow. The only question is; which law-enforcement agency in the area (if any) saved up enough pennies to buy itself a Nissan GT-R for pursuit or public relations duty? EVI isn't saying for obvious reasons, but we're guessing it won't be too long before this machine gets its cover blown. Hit the jump for a video of the car with its lights blazing.

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      • 3 Years Ago
      I swear to god, if I hear that an American police department bought this car, I'm going to call that state's attorney general and demand he prosecutes the department heads for misappropriation of funds. Cops, I know you've got a difficult job and you don't get paid much to do it, but you guys don't need a motherf***ing GTR to pull people over. Nor do you need Mustangs or Camaros. That million-plus dollar airship my fellow tax payers and I paid for is more than capable of handling the highest of high speed chases. Alright, I'm done. Sorry for yelling.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Knowing the way most cops drive, it will end up in a ditch.
      • 3 Years Ago
      From the youtube uploader comments section: "THIS VEHICLE DOES NOT BELONG TO FAIRFAX COUNTY OR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA!!!!! YOUR TAX DOLLARS WERE NOT USED FOR THIS VEHICLE!!!!!!" Looks more like a demo car for EVI than an undercover GT-R pursuit vehicle to me.
        • 3 Years Ago
        Well that sums up the dispute about the angry taxpayers.
      • 3 Years Ago
      This is so wrong on so many levels but I suppose they need something to run down those idiot street racers with 500hp civics.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Won't be driving around Tysons or 66 for some time...
      • 3 Years Ago
      I feel bad for anyone who decides it is a good idea to instigate a drag race with a GT-R. Let alone this one.
        Krishan Mistry
        • 3 Years Ago
        The GTR would dust it from 0- speed limit, let the hapless racer catch up, then turn on the sirens and pull him over for speeding, street racing, reckless driving, and trying to intimidate and provoke an officer. All in a day's work for Mister Trollfficer and a wicked undercover GTR.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Are we sure this isnt just a PR car for EVI corp.? Just a thought that popped my head
      • 3 Years Ago
      Has to be more to this than meets the eye. No police dept. is going to buy a $90K car for patrol. I just don't believe it. Putting that thing on the road as a patrol car would be stupid. Cops are the WORST drivers when it comes to abusing their cars. This would be trashed in no time, and the department would be setting themselves up for huge maintenance costs.
        • 3 Years Ago
        Just an FYI. That's a Black Edition...List $95K.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Hopefully this car was a seized one. If not, that's a poor use of ~$90k of taxpayer money.
      LUSTSTANG S-197
      • 3 Years Ago
      Talk about a real "sleeper", as far as cop cars go. One would never suspect it's a cop car until it is too late, especially with it being a foreign make and sports car and all.
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'm not so sure I would pull over for this thing. I would think it's just some douche with way too much money and time on his hands. Or at least I wouldn't roll down my window before making a call to the local police dept for confirmation that this is the real deal.
      • 3 Years Ago
      The guy who would drive this has the coolest job ever.
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