At a ceremony Friday, a Nissan executive turned the car over to a Tochigi Prefecture official, marked by a large novelty key. As it happens, however, the GT-R does not use an actual key to start. The car was donated to by Nissan to mark the 50th anniversary of the automaker's Tochigi factory.
The car is finished in Japan's standard white-on-black police two-tone. A light bar has been added to the roof, and LED flashers are hidden in the grille. The black lower half looks especially good matched with the black 20-inch Rays wheels that come standard with the GT-R.
As Masaki Tanaka, commander of the expressway patrol unit, said, "Members of the patrol unit were excited to hear that the GT-R is joining the fleet."
Source: Left Lane News