THINK twice before you put your foot to the floor knowing these guys are around.Complementing your standard patrol car, there are some extremely high-performance beasts lying in both Australian and international law enforcement garages.
Dubai (UAE) - Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF, Bugatti Veyron, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Nissan GT-R, McLaren MP4-12C and Audi R8
Easily, the police force with the most impressive garage is in Dubai. The drool-worthy collection of cars is mainly used to patrol tourist areas, with the normal stable of Toyota Camrys in suburban areas.
The Italian police also have a few supercars lying around, with the most recent being the Lamborghini Huracan, which was donated this year. The cars not only patrol the highways, but have refrigeration compartments to transport organs at up to 325km/h.
While most of Australia’s high performance vehicles are just used for promotion and community events, the locally made FPV and HSV models have been known to pop out on the streets every now and then to chase those drivers who are game enough to try get away from their 400kW.
On paper, the UK’s list looks like it’s a stellar garage, but unfortunately the McLaren is just for show, leaving the Poms with a single Lotus to hold the bulk of the sports car weight.
Probably the most boring out of this list, the Americans only really have a few Dodge Chargers lying around. However, there is an undercover Nissan GT-R somewhere around the country, so watch out speeding Americans.
The Germans certainly know how to make a nice car, so it’s fitting to see that they have three of the hottest and fastest cars in the world lying in their police garages.