Nissan GT-R Totaled in Mexico

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Doesn't look like there's any way back for this supercar killer.

Judging by these pictures we can only assume this Nissan GT-R was wrecked as a result of a high-speed crash. After all, Godzilla needs less than three seconds to sprint from zero to 62 mph. The crash took place in Guadalajara, and from the impact it appears this was a pretty serious head-on collision. The caved-in roof also means the GT-R is likely to have rolled a few times before coming to a stop. No other details are available at this time.

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