The rear spoiler seems exaggerated to me. As others said, are you all sure these cars are authentic police cars? I mean I don't see the use of the rear spoiler unless taking curves at 120+ km/h, and it sure doesn't need to be so big. Finally, you strip down the exaggerated rims and the rear spoiler and all that is left is the typical zero-personality Japanese/Taiwanese/Korean/etc low-fuel low-noise low-character reliable car.
You're most correct when you say that the spoiler is not that important for day to day driving, the one on the back of my GT
-R is always adjusted to minimum downforce, so I can get better mileage on the highway. It comes with the car, and I really don't want to take it off.
But you're not correct when you say that the cars are zero personality low fuel, low noise, and low character. My car is certainly loud, and can outrun an e46 M3
with relative ease. You really should do some reading on GT
-R's, and you'll understand what all the fuss is about. Many people in real life do actually take these cars on the track, especially in the U.K. and Japan. Such is the niche and distinction these cars have, that most of their organized clubs will have track days organized for their members. Definitely not a poseur automobile. It's a shame they didn't sell them in many other places in the world, because the RB26DETT has problems meeting emissions in many of those places.
There's rice (as in Civic with big wings), but I don't think a GT
-R can be put into that category. I don't ever see whaletail 911's being called rice (and many of them are actually slower than the GT
-R, except for 993 onwards turbo and lightweight models). And hey, the F40 has a big wing and big shiny rims too.