The iconic black and white livery found on Japanese police cars has now been applied on a brand-new Nissan GT-R, which will operate in the Tochigi Prefecture in Japan. However, this unique police car wasn’t purchased by the local police force but was instead donated by a resident living in the prefecture.

According to Nissan, the gift marked 50 years of operations of Nissan’s factory in Kaminokawa, Tochigi, where the GT-R is built. Following a special delivery ceremony, the car will be entered into service as a patrol car, joining a long list of JDM classics that have also served in the past.

If you thought our Helang was pretty amazing, the Japanese police fleet in the past featured the Honda NSX, Nissan 350Z, Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33 and R34), Mazda RX-7 and RX-8, Mitsubishi GTO and many more.

Aside from the “panda” paintjob, the GT-R comes with an array of police gear, including a large light bar, siren and speaker, emergency lights and police badging. Nissan didn’t say much about the car’s performance but the 3.8 litre twin-turbo V6 should continue to provide 565 hp and 632 Nm of torque.

That makes it one of the most powerful and fastest cars used by the keisatsu, and it should be up to the task to nullify Han’s claims in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift; here’s a reminder.