Watch A Nissan GT-R Take Down A Christmas Tree Because Christmas Is F-cking Over

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Until next year, that is.

More than likely we all know that guy who takes weeks, or perhaps months, to take down their Christmas tree and lights. They just can’t accept the fact that Christmas is over and won’t be coming back until next year. Really, they need to get over it and take down those damn trees and lights already. Turns out Nissan kind of feels the same way about the whole post-Christmas world, and it figures the GT-R can help out.

Or maybe it’s just because Nissan wanted to create a new GT-R video for no apparent reason other than it’s the GT-R. The holiday period can be rather slow after all. Then again, watching this GT-R undecorate a Christmas tree in 2.7 seconds is entertaining enough.

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