Dubai Police's Bugatti Veyron has topped a list of emerging countries' fastest law-enforcement vehicles in emerging countries. Read the full article here: Dubai Police supercar tops list of fastest law-enforcement vehicles
Here are some of the other cars and countries that made the list:
Dubai Police’s Bugatti Veyron. This supercar joins a fleet that includes a Lamborghini Aventador, Mercedes SLS, two Ferrari FFs, a Bentley Continental GT and an Aston Martin.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV on display at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show. This supercar has recently been acquired by Vietnam as the Southeast Asian country looks to boost its ability to serve and protect. It’s maximum speed is 349kph.
The Lamborghini SpA Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse automobile is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo. Police in Indonesia are only showing this supercar in a shopping mall at the moment. The Gallardo is capable of hitting a maximum speed of 330kph.
A Porsche Panamera on a test drive in Abu Dhabi. Qatari cops have added this car, which can climb to a speed of 318kph, to their police fleet. With the Qatari government holding a stake in the German high-end car maker, Porsches make up the bulk of the nation’s fleet of cruisers.
A Chevrolet Camaro 2SS on display at the New York International Auto Show. Mexican police patrol their streets with this car at speeds of up to 249kph.