Yes. We have watched too many Fast & Furious movies. Not to mention Need For Speed as well. But then sometimes we have come across some nations having super cool police cars. The best thing is that these police cars are not just cool but super fast.
Many of us played Need For Speed before. Either we are chasing the other guys or running away from the cops. We will remember on how we used to feel being chased away by these super cool police cars. Back in the early 2000’s is not many super cool police cars we can find. But now the story is different. Many countries in the world opt for having super cars.
Of course not many countries can do it like Dubai because they are actually rich but the need to have one of those. Its simple. How can you catch a fleeing car from a robbery if you cant catch up to them?
So here we will try to gather all the top super police cars in the world every time we found one. So don’t forget to bookmark the page. Enjoy
THE U.K – ARIEL ATOM
Yes, the Avon and Somerset Constabulary – Ariel’s local police force, of course – has just unveiled its latest jam sandwich. Not just an Atom, but the newest, spangliest 3.5R model. This model also has 350hp, it weighs just 612 kg and will get to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.
Can you imagine being chased by a police in a go-kart? And being caught…
DUBAI – AUDI R8
The Dubai Police General HQ also have six Audi R8 cars to its supercar patrol fleet. These as part of their efforts to reach out to UAE residents on traffic safety.
The new Audi R8 is the most powerful and fastest production Audi ever built. The 5.2 litre V10 enables breathtaking performance.
DUBAI – CHEVROLET CAMARO SS
The Chevrolet Camaro SS has joined the Dubai Police fleet of vehicles. The first Camaro to be used by a police force in the Middle East.
The Chevrolet Camaro SS has a 6.2L V8 engine. With that it boasts a power output of 426 horsepower and a maximum torque of 567 Nm. Futher with a top speed of 250 km/h and acceleration of 0-100 km/h in 4.7 seconds. The Camaro is the perfect addition to Dubai Police force.
DUBAI – MERCEDES SLS AMG
Gull-wing doors aren’t usually thought of as an essential feature on police cars, but the Dubai Police’s use of the SLS AMG might make other departments reconsider. but trick doors aren’t the big Mercedes’ only party trick: with a 6.3 liter, 539 horsepower V8, taking the car from zero-to-60 in 3.6 seconds, the SLS AMG is one of the most no-nonsense top best super cool police cars the world.
THE US – FORD MUSTANG
The Saleen S302 you see below packs a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 making 730 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque.
Talking about top super police cars. This car has already proven itself a big hit among Mustang fans and supporters of the law enforcement community. This is one of the fastest police vehicles ever built.
THE UK – SPYKER C8
Now Netherlands is on the list too as Spyker created a C8 Spyder supercars for the Frevoland police. The price for the cars was arround $340000 (arround $425000). The C8 is a hand-built sports car developed by Spyker and it is powered by an Audi-sourced 4.2-liter V-8.
DUBAI – BRABUS G 700
In 2013, Dubai’s finest took ownership of one of the 690 horsepower supertrucks. Of the Dubai supercar fleet, the G700 is the best suited to take things off-road, but it’s doubtful the $230,000 truck sees much desert action.
DUBAI – MCLAREN MP4-12C
This next-generation McLaren isn’t like the world’s fastest production car like its predecessor, but its 604 horsepower V8 and top speed of over 200 miles per hour make sure that it has no trouble keeping up with traffic. The Dubai Police added one of the British supercars to its fleet in December 2013.
JAPAN – NISSAN SKYLINE GTR
Published on Jun 15, 2018. This one-of-a-kind Nissan GT–R was donated by a resident of Tochigi, Japan, to his local police force. Residents of Tochigi, Japan meet the new addition to the police force’s fleet, the Nissan GT–R police car.
ITALY – LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO
It’s not the first Gallardo to make it into police service – the Rome police force has ran an original-spec car for over four years, clocking up almost 87,000 miles while another baby Lambo has been used in Bologna since 2005, boasting over 62,000 miles. A bit of blue-light service seems to have proven the reliability of these modern-day Lamborghinis – can you imagine a Countach clocking up the best part of 100k miles of high-speed chasing?
In fact. Lamborghini Gallardo are quite famous around the world as a police car……..
MALAYSIA – MITSUBISHI EVO X
25 units of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X were delivered to the PDRM on December 2008 and they were known as Helang Lebuhraya Polis or Police Highway Eagle. The vehicles would be used for highway pursuits, patrol duties, or VIP escort. The cars are also to be used in high-speed car chases, especially in cases of carjacking, kidnapping, and hijacking, making it that much more exciting.
Under the hood is a 4B11 2.0-litre MIVEC twin scroll turbocharged engine developing 291hp and 366Nm of torque, paired to five-speed manual gearbox, sending power to all four wheels via an all-wheel drive system. Mitsubishi’s advanced S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) vehicle dynamics controller is also present for good measure.
DUBAI – LEXUS FC
Powered by a 5.0-liter normally aspirated V-8 engine, the RC F boasts a power output of 467 horsepower and 389 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4,800 rpm. With a top speed of 168 mph and acceleration of 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds, the RC F is the perfect addition to the Dubai Police force. Also . Dubai isn’t the only who have them as Top Best Super Police Cars…..
Australian forces had been keeping an eye on the fleet activities of the British police. News of their hybrid and F-line purchases was promoted by Lexus Australia and published in the national press. This led to the adoption of a pair of hybrid models (GS 450h and RX 450h) as ‘high-vis’ vehicles by the New South Wales force to promote Road Safe and Snow Safe campaigns beginning in 2014.
JAPAN -MAZDA RX8
There are very limited information that we know about this car. But we do know that Japan use these baby howling chasing those drifters.