The seven Fastest Police Cars in the World

The seven Fastest Police Cars in the World

In the early days of supercars, traffic violations often came few and far inbetween for their owners, because what police car could possibly outrun—much less keep up with—a two hundred mph road brute? This is uncommonly the case today, because police compels in supercar-heavy countries like the United States, Germany, the UK and the UAE are better tooled to pursue down speedy perpetrators. With that, we suggest you this list of the seven fastest police cars around the world. See for yourself how our very own Toyota Vioses stack up.

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Polizia

Engine: Five.Two liter V10

Power: five hundred sixty HP, three hundred ninety eight lb-ft

Max. Speed: two hundred three mph

The Italian government introduced its local police with two supercars to combat the growing menace of speedsters on its roads—a Huracan and a Gallardo, both manufactured by Lamborghini. Other than tackling its fellow supercars, the Gallardo also eyed use a transport for medical purposes such as delivering organs for transplant operations. It was substituted very recently with another Huracan, and retired to the Roman police car museum.

Ferrari FF

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Engine: 6.Trio liter V12

Power: six hundred fifty one HP, five hundred four lb-ft

Max. Speed: two hundred eight mph

Costing just a hair below $300,000, driving this luxury vehicle can feel like a crime on its own, but if you live in a place like Dubai where cars need to be packaged in gold, it’s only fitting for the police to have its own fleet of supercars at its disposition. The Ferrari FF is just one of fourteen supercars in the Dubai Police’s fleet, and they have the distinction of possessing the fastest police car in the world, but we’ll get to that later.

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Engine: 6.2-liter V8

Power: five hundred eighty three hp, four hundred seventy nine lb-ft

Top Speed: two hundred eleven mph

Notice a pattern here? This list is practically riddled with entries from Dubai. The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG in particular, is tooled with gullwing doors, which makes ingress and egress even cooler. We heard Dubai cops strike their beloved Miami Vice pose with this racer, but that little tidbit is unconfirmed.

Lamborghini Aventador

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Engine: seven hundred PS 6.Five litre 60° V12 engine

Power: seven hundred HP, five hundred seven lb-ft

Max. Speed: two hundred seventeen mph

This 700-hp brute costs around $400,000, lightly making it one of Dubai Police’s priciest possessions. Of note, the Lamborghini Aventador was the very first time authorities let the public determine on the police car’s design.

Aston Martin One 77

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Engine: seven thousand three hundred twelve CC V12

Power: seven hundred fifty HP, five hundred fifty three lb-ft

Max. Speed: two hundred twenty mph

By now, you most likely have it in mind that the Dubai Police is not worth messing with. With this entry, the police department outdoes itself by possessing one of the rarest supercars in the world, as there are only seventy seven units of this vehicle built. The difference being, Dubai Police’s version is outfitted to fight crime.


Engine: 6.3-liter Biturbo V12

Power: seven hundred thirty HP, eight hundred ten lb-ft

Max. Speed: 225.Nineteen mph

The Brabus Rocket is actually a modified Mercedes CLS that can keep up with almost any supercar available. This was the fastest police car on record until recently, when a supercar-loving city (you guessed it, Dubai) snatched the spot. However, it’s a pity that such a prompt car uncommonly sees any activity, because unlike Dubai’s super police cars, Germany instead used the Brabus as the face of a program meant to inspire drivers to modify their cars responsibly.

Bugatti Veyron

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Engine: 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbocharged

Power: 1,200 HP, 1,100 lb-ft

Max. Speed: two hundred sixty eight mph

As if what they had wasn’t enough, the Dubai Police determined it was necessary to add the 2nd fastest car in the world to their fleet. With the Bugatti Veyron, the city police practically have everything they need to take down anything. That is, unless they’re pursuing down a Hennessey Venom GT.

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