Anybody that can proudly say they have a Ferrari FF, a Lamborghini Aventador , a Bentley Continental GT, and a Mercedes SLS AMG in their garage can lay claim to a pretty impressive supercar collection.
But in true spirit of Dubai’s opulence and love for the bombastic, its police force has just dressed up these four supercars in its official livery. But that’s not why the force has made news yet again. It’s back in the news because these supercars just weren’t for the luxurious fleet of police vehicles.
Nope. It has now added an Aston Martin One-77 into the mix. Talk about taking it a little too far, huh?
In an event photo posted by GT Spirit, it appears that the Dubai Police force is taking its fascination for exotic police cars to a whole new level. It’s one thing to have a Ferrari and a Lamborghini, but an Aston Martin that costs $1.4 million?
More importantly, it’s one of just seven Q-Series One-77 models that are in existence that it decided to deck in its now-familiar white and green garb. That in itself drives up the value to well over $2 million!
At this point, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Dubai Police gets its hands on a Bugatti Veyron and turns that one into a police car, too.
Click past the jump to read about the Aston Martin Q-Series One-77
Aston Martin Q-Series One-77
If exclusivity and sheer awesomeness were barometers of a must-have million-dollar supercar, the Aston Martin Q-Series One-77 occupies one of those rare seats atop the pantheon.
If it wasn’t enough to own a One-77, a $1.4 million supercar that comes packed with a naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V-12 engine and delivers a total of 750 horsepower and a peak torque of 533 pound-feet with a top speed of 221 mph, the Q-Seriess One-77 is a whole lot more exclusive than that.
How so, you ask?
For one, it’s been upgraded by the British automaker’s Q by Aston Martin program to include a rash of new interior features, including even more carbon fiber on the interior, a header-mounted track-day HD video camera, a luggage rack, and a forged, diamond-turned wheel, among other options.
Oh, and did we say that only seven of these models have been made?
Yep. Exclusive with a capital "E".