In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, you might have missed out on the Dubai Police’s lineup of new cars. And if you didn’t know any better, you might have guessed that this was some kind of ostentatious joke by the Middle Eastern country.
But the latest video seems to suggest otherwise, as three of the cars dressed up in the PD’s now famous white and green livery were filmed patrolling the highways of Dubai. That, or the police just wanted to show motorists - that includes you, Justin Bieber - the kind of cars that will be hunting them down should they decide to break some traffic laws.
These cars aren’t Ford Crown Victorias, fellas. These are some of the fastest and most powerful cars on the planet and if you think that you can provoke them to a car chase and get away with it, well, we don’t like your chances one bit.
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The Lamborghini Aventador is the kind of police car that’ll make you pee in your pants if you see it in your rear view mirror with its lights flashing. We don’t know about you but that’s totally unnerving and quite frankly, a little emasculating.
Of course, if Lamborghini’s gonna be there, Ferrari has to be in the mix either. The Dubai Police picked out the FF as its police car of choice, and we’re going out on a limb to say that they didn’t get that choice wrong.
Aston Martin One-77
This one caught us by surprise, not because it’s an Aston Martin, but because it’s a Q-Series One-77 and is one of only seven models in the world. Oh, and it costs north of $2 million too.
Chevrolet Camaro SS
The American representative of the bunch is the Camaro SS. It doesn’t have the esteem of its European counterparts, but it does paint a sweet picture seeing a Camaro SS dressed up in Dubai Police colors. Our only question is: does it turn into a robot?
If you thought that the Dubai Police would limit themselves to just these cars, you got another thing coming. Those guys also have a Bentley Continental GT and Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG in that police fleet.