Lamborghini, McLaren, and Aston Martin Police Cars In Dubai.
Police cars in Dubai.
If you are going to be arrested, it might as well be in style and by an officer in a Lamborghini.
Dubai is the billionaires playground, and the police force need to keep up with that appearance. After all, what arrested self respecting billionaire would want to be seen driving around in anything else.
Oil rich Dubai, within the UAE (United Arab Emirates) has extended its list of exotic vehicles for its lowly police officers.
A cool $1.4 million was spent on an Aston Martin One 77 Hyper super-car, complete with police stripes down the side to help it go faster.
Also in the police arsenal is a Bentley Continental GT coupe which was a mear snip at $200,000
The Lamborghini Aventor police car does not have any back seats. This would make it impossible to detain a prisoner in the vehicle.
But it does mean that this mean machine of the roads could easily intercept any stolen vehicle in a police chase.
The car could actually catch up with a wanted vehicle and overtake it within minutes leaving the escaping criminals a bit red faced as to their own choice of escape vehicle.
Another way of looking at it is that this vehicle is just an excuse for local police to go joyriding all day long.
From 0 - 60 mph in less than 3 seconds, this 220 mph, 6.5 litre dream machine is a police car that not many other police forces around the world are going to purchase.
The reason being maybe that if it were to be stolen from the police car park, here is no way that their other vehicles could chase it.
A Ferrari FF Police Car
The Video Proof
This awesome Ferrari FF is as beautiful as any car on the road, unless its' blue lights are on in your rear view mirror.
With a top speed of 350 kmph and 700 horse power from its' 6.5 litre V12 engine, not many criminals will want to try to out run this souped up police car.
The distinctive white and green livery can be seen patrolling the motorways throughout Dubai.
At a knockdown price of $544.000, this car may attract much attention as other drivers try and get pulled over on minor traffic violations just to view the vehicle.
No sexism. The Lamborghini and other police super cars are being driven by both men and women police officers.
The British Mclaren MP4-12C Police Car.
The UKS' First Super Police Car?
The UK has thousands of miles of motorways (freeways) to cover, and what better way to do it than in a Mclaren super-car.
This very happy looking officer stands proudly in front of the British police car, which is a far cry from their first attempt at inventing a super car, (right)
The V8 engine supplies around 650 horsepower gives this car a top speed of approximately 204 miles per hour.
Not to be outdone, the police in Dubai already have their own Mclaren super-car to chase down their expanding population of billionaires.
Aston Martin One 77 Hypercar.
At a whopping $1.4 million, this Aston Martin super car joins the ranks of the Dubai polices' high powered patrol cars.
Does it seem a waste of such a gorgeous car to fit a plastic light strobe on top of it? Maybe a tow bar and a roof rack could also be added.
This limited edition Aston Martin One (only 77 are to be produced) produces 700 horse power from its V12 engine. Out of this particular model, the Q series, only 7 will be made.
This vehicle became Aston Martins fastest ever car when in trials it reached a staggering 220 mph.
With all the extras and modifications made to suit the luxurious lifestyle of the Dubai police force, this car is now worth over $2 million.
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