With Dubai’s Brabus and Bugatti police vehicles being known amongst enthusiasts, a brand new Lamborghini Huracán which was painted ‘Polizia’ in white-and-blue may not qualify as mind-numbing. However, it is still really cool! Above and beyond the craziness of a 200 miles per hour supercar that has a light bar upon its roof, the most recent Lamborghini that was given as a gift by the factory to the state police in Italy is further evidence that the Need for Speed franchise does indeed, have a need for speed.
The 2014 model Huracán LP610-4 will go into service later for 2014 in order to replace the 2 Gallardo squad cars that were driven by police in Bologna and Rome, both of which have served since the year 2008, which include surviving a drastic crash with a SEAT Ibiza within the year 2009. One of the Gallardos ended up racking up over 87,000 miles without any major repairs, according to Lamborghini. Prior to that, an additional 2 Gallardos were on duty since the year 2004 and 2005. It’ll join Dubai’s Aventador LP700-4 within active service, the initial one of around twelve supercars this Middle Eastern city bought with its very own money in the year 2013.
The Lamborghini Huracán police car integrates a radar, gun holster, as well as radio equipment, video-recording system, and sealed refrigerated compartment within the trunk for the transportation of organs. On board also is a defibrillator, should the vehicle’s 602-horsepower V-10 not generate an adequate amount of rumble to suffice. A screen that is removable may be utilized to display to motorists how they actually broke the law, which is complete with an information overlay.
Also, irony comes standard. Police officers, in Italy, have continuously targeted luxury-vehicle drivers for suspected tax evasion, as well as they are especially fond of pulling over a Lamborghini and/or Ferrari within wealthy places in the region. Stepping out of the $250,000 Huracán, cops in Italy ought to at least think about accepting the ‘it isn’t mine’ excuse, no?
For super cool car infographics, follow us on Slideshare