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Too much “need for speed”? Nissan GT-R is stopped at 159 km/h!

Did the driver of this Nissan GT-R play Need for Speed ​​too much? In Rotterdam, the Netherlands, a Nissan GT-R was stopped that was traveling much too fast. The speed violation wasn’t all. Now the driver has a problem!

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The Rotterdam police report on Instagram that the driver of the black Nissan GT-R is said to have fought a duel with a BMW. While the BMW driver slipped through the cracks of the police, the GT-R driver was less fortunate: he was stopped.
Instead of the permitted 50 km/h, the police laser pistol showed 159 km/h – in town! The standard GT-R with at least 550 hp had a top speed of 153 km/h after deducting the tolerance and was therefore more than three times as fast as allowed.

The Nissan GT-R was stopped with expired license plates

But that wasn’t the only violation, because during the check, the officials found that the Nissan was traveling with German export or export license plates.

The problem: The signs expired on September 21, 2021. Strictly speaking, this means that the GT-R was not only going far too fast, but also with no insurance cover.

What happens to the sports car now?

According to the police Instagram post, the public prosecutor’s office will soon decide what to do with the Nissan GT-R, which is worth between 60,000 and 75,000 euros. Meanwhile, the driver of the Nissan probably only has the Playstation to quench his thirst for speed.

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