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Dubai police car new Lamborghini fleet

New Lamborghini Urus performante Added to Dubai Police fleet

Dubai police car new Lamborghini fleet

  Dubai is among the best locations in the world to see exotic vehicles, if you’re an enthusiast. However, the police have responded to this arms race with their own fleet, making them the quickest roadside police force in the world.

  The car was The Urus Performante, which was delivered to Dubai Police at a special ceremony held during the Dubai Airshow 2023, gives their fleet an additional level of power. Major General Ahmed Mohammed bin Thani, the interim head of the Dubai Police, received the keys from Paolo Sartori, the regional head of Automobili Lamborghini Middle East and Africa. 

  The police force in Dubai is equipped with some of the fastest supercars and hypercars in the world, so it goes without saying that you shouldn’t be getting into mischief on the streets. Their newest addition is a Lamborghini Urus Performante, which was delivered by the local Lamborghini Dubai dealership in late 2023 to commemorate the factory’s 60th anniversary in Sant’Agata. The number plate with the number “60” on it is an incredible detail on this particular police car.

  The delivery of the distinctive Urus Performante helps Dubai Police to keep enhancing their law enforcement and emergency services. The vehicle is ideal for police patrols and emergency response calls in Dubai because to its exceptional high-performance capabilities and improvements designed specifically for law enforcement.

Lamborghini Urus Performance

  The Urus is one of the fastest production SUVs in the world with a front-engine, all-wheel-drive layout with a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph). The Urus can accelerate in increments of 3.6 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) and 12.8 seconds from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph)..

  When the Urus was released, Lamborghini created the largest set of carbon ceramic disc brakes in the world, with 440 mm (17.32 in) of discs in the front and 370 mm (14.57 in) of discs in the back. Ten-piston callipers were used up front, while single-piston callipers were used in the back. Under typical driving conditions, the Urus’s all-wheel drive system distributes 40% of the available torque to the front wheels and 60% to the rear.

  Additionally, torque vectoring is used to send up to 70% to the front or 87% to the back, depending on the situation. In addition, the SUV has an air suspension system with a maximum ground clearance of 250 mm (9.8 in) for off-road use, as well as rear-wheel steering. An off-road kit that features the SUV’s front and rear bumpers modified to be more task-appropriate is offered as an option.

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