How’s this for a police car? What you’re looking at here is the Nissan GT-R Pursuit 23, a one-off creation that will debut alongside the GT-R Track Edition at the upcoming New York International Auto Show (NYIAS).

Presented to us by Roadshow, the Pursuit 23 is one mean-looking police car with a black wrap, a gigantic rear wing is tethered to the boot, and a set of adjustable suspension that has been set to the “slammed” setting.

The car even gets 22-inch wheels that are meant to mimic the look of steel wheels, with a hint of Mad Max instilled in its design. As you can see, the car also gets a wide bodykit made from carbon-fibre as well as a menacing front push bar.

More importantly, the VR38DETT 3.8 litre twin-turbo V6 continues to be of service here, offering 565 hp and 633 Nm, which is more than enough to chase after most baddies. The car is reportedly based on the GT-R Track Edition and should come with all the performance improvements prescribed as well.

To ensure it gets all the attention, there’s plenty of police lights and noise-making items installed as well. The Pursuit 23 gets a Federal Signal Valor light bar on its roof, a Slim ILS interior light bar, and Micro Pulse lights for other body panels. The front bumper also has a customisable message board, along with an ES100 loud speaker and an SSP 2000B siren.

Those graphics on the car’s skin refers to the fictional Skyline Metro Police Department, which actually pays homage to the Nissan Skyline. As for the ‘23’, it refers to the pronunciation for the Japanese characters for two and three – “ni” and “san.” Interested?