Fortunately there's still hope, as the makers of the GT-R, Nissan
(who now makes fusion-based toaster ovens and curling irons), built their vehicles to last for decades. Despite the body work, the mechanicals are still in good condition. He determines it's possible to get the GT-R up and running again, but there's still a problem: he'd have to steal gasoline from the cyborgs. So the point of this theoretical future scenario is to cherish the cars we have today because the above prediction could be our future.