If you’re interested in the police cars from Dubai’s highways or better known as Dubai’s highway patrol, you’ll be amazed to see some of the hottest exotic supercars!
The auto manufacturers from different car companies sometimes make a whole lot of money out of police prepped cars just like these exotic police supercars from Dubai; If you put a walkie talkie, a gun holder and a computer, you can sell a $120.000 car with an acquisition cost that’s 40 grand more or even higher.
But the auto world must know that such police supercars are hard to maintain in good shape because of the constant car racing events which take place in isolated areas of Dubai. Care of cars is the most important factor which keeps an expensive police supercar up and running and car care measures are pretty costly but who cares, Dubai is filled with cash!
The police tries to make a publicity campaign and their main plan is to discourage the illegal street racers who enjoy the adrenaline rush and I wish them the best of luck but I’m pretty sure that those who are into car racing also love the thought of being chased by the police!
The car specs for these fast police cars are more than enough for a good car chase and as you can see from the youtube videos, they’re cool cars like:
- Chevrolet Camaro SS (I know, that’s a police muscle car with a 6.2 liter v8 engine and 426 horsepower, 0-100 kmph or 0-60 mph in 4.7 sec)
- Ferrari FF (6.2 liter v12 engine with 660 horsepower, 0-100 kmph or 0-60 mph in 3.7 sec)
- Lamborghini Aventador (6.2 liter v12 engine with 700 horsepower, 0-100 kmph or 0-60 mph in 2.9 sec and top speed of 350 kmph)
This is quite an intimidating show of police force and that’s just the purpose ohhh and the idea of tourist attraction because in the second car video you’ll see some other cars from Dubai’s police car fleet like Aston Martin One 77, Mercedes SLS and Bentley Continental GT.
Here’s another video with the Chevrolet Camaro SS on a daily patrol:
The police recently announced anyone caught exceeding 125mph would face legal action and it is hoped the presence of 700bhp supercars will make boy racers think twice.