1/ Lexus LC500 (Japan)
Tochigi prefectural police in eastern Japan counted the Nissan GT-R as a member of their patrol vehicle fleet. Now, Japanese police have expanded their fleet to include a stunning Lexus LC500 coupe, donated to serve in the Mobile Transport Unit. Updated in black and white and red emergency lights, the LC500 is sure to get the job done with the naturally aspirated V-8. And thanks to Kazuo Nakamura, executive director of Lexus company for giving the luxury coupe, Tochigi street will never be the same.
2/ Ford Police Interceptor (USA)
Let’s start in our backyard – although this one is familiar, it’s still quite sweet. After Ford launched the second-generation Police Interceptor at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, the Blue Oval reported that orders were pouring in. While a petrol-electric hybrid powertrain is standard, the V-6’s “EcoBoost” rear-wheel drive SUV’s 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged option makes 400 hp and 415 lb-ft of torque. ft, that’s the truth. The new-generation Police Interceptor withstands crashes at 75 mph in rear-collision and is available in 17 color options in addition to Special Order (VSO) colors. It features Side Protection and Cabin Lift (SPACE) architecture and structural reinforcement to better protect those within its limited range.
3/ Porsche 911 Carrera (Austria)
The fleet of vehicles operated by the Austrian police is growing rapidly: Dr. Helmut Eggert, Director of the Porsche sports car brand in Austria, officially handed over a vehicle in a police design to the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior. . The 911 has all the equipment needed to service it, such as a radio system and flashing blue light. The force will be able to use the vehicle until October and it will be operated on all Austrian highways.
4/ Brabus CLS Rocket Police Car (Germany)
As part of the program “Tune It! Safe!” An initiative to promote safety adjustment, the German Federal Transport Ministry once again collaborated with Brabus on its second project. What comes from the partnership is the Brabus CLS Rocket police car, a modified Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class equipped with a twin-turbocharged V-12 that produces an impressive 730 horsepower. The upgraded CLS-Class in a German police shirt made its debut at the 2006 Essen Motor Show. This blue and silver beauty has not been included in the fleet for official use but is still worthy. mentioned honorably.
5/ Volvo V90 (Sweden)
The throttle wagon still exists in America, and the most reliable car in diminishing stability should be the Volvo V90. After receiving high scores on the rigorous Swedish police car driving test, the Volvo V90 was approved as an emergency vehicle. It scored 9.2 out of 10, the highest rating of any car tested. The assessments include high-speed emergency driving, obstacle overtaking, braking test and dodge action checks – both with and without brakes. Besides high testing results, the V90 also needs to meet standards in other areas including comfort, ergonomics, and quality. The V90 police cars were launched in early 2017 and the Swedish police were the first to use them.
6/ Lamborghini Huracan Polizia (Italy)
The Lamborghini Huracan of the Italian Police will be assigned to the Highway Patrol Team in Bologna. It will be used both in routine police operations and for emergency blood and organ transportation. Another Huracan has been operated by the Highway Patrol in Rome since 2015.
The press release said the Lamborghini Huracán Polizia was used in the highway patrol service and first aid and emergency medical transportation. It comes in Italian Police official colors (Medium Police Blue), with white zones and specially made text to match the Huracán’s dynamic look.
7/ Lykan HyperSport (Abu Dhabi)
Likely to compete with neighboring UAE countries, Abu Dhabi bought a $ 3.4 million supercar in mid-2015 to prove that they also have high standards for police cars. W Motors, founded in Lebanon, produced the Lykan HyperSport in limited quantities from 2013 to 2017. This is a creation of Lebanese and Italian engineers. In terms of performance, this sports car features a 6.7-liter twin-turbocharged engine, developed by the Ruf Automobile. And last but not least, it produces 740 hp and a 0-62 mph time in 2.8 seconds.
8/ Spyker C8 Spyder (Netherlands)
By far the strangest thing in the group was this quirky two-door convertible Spyker C8 Spyder, used by Dutch police. Under the hood, the 4.2-liter V-8 engine provided by Audi sends power to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. This handcrafted sports car makes 400 horsepower, has a top speed of 186 miles per hour and can run 0-60 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds. It also has scissor doors. Police cars once served the province of Flevoland.
9/ BMW M5 Competition (Australia)
In 2019, Victoria Police purchased a BMW M5 Competition with a 12-month loan. The M5 Competition uses a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission to power all four wheels. This luxury sports sedan, rated at 617 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque, is more than good enough to catch a stupid driver on the highway. It is the fastest police car ever in the Australian Police Force.
10/ Aston Martin One-77 (Dubai)
The Aston Martin One-77 is just one of the countless luxury white and dark green supercars in the Dubai police fleet, and it joined the Dubai Police Force in mid-2013 for a price tag of 1.8. million dollars. Revealed at the 2009 Geneva show, this limited production Aston Martin has a handcrafted aluminum body and carbon fiber monocoque chassis. And as the model name suggests, it was one of 77 produced. Under the hood, a naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V-12 engine awaits the driver.