- Every country has its own livery for police cars
- Over the years different police forces in various places have attached blue lights and a siren to some amazing vehicles.
- Here are some of the more interesting ones and some background information on them
Ford RS200 Police Car
Right from the good old days of the late 80s police officers in the UK got to drive a Ford Sierra or Granda. However this lucky traffic cop was given a police-liveried RS200, powered by a 250bhp 1.8-litre petrol engine.
Lamborghini Huracan Polizia
The Huracan Polizia was put into action as an everyday police car, as well as for the urgent transport of blood and organs on Rome's Highways. With the touches os Italian design flair the exterior of the car was finished in the Italian police’s colours and even the tyre sidewalls were tinted in to match.
Carabinieri Alfa Romeo Giulia QV
A smart choice for a police car, the Giulia QV is a powerful turbocharged V6 which packs plenty of punch with it's performance. It also has sharp, nimble handling making it ideal for changing lanes and nipping in between traffic quickly as The Carabinieri tend to need to do.
This BMW has a surprising amount of punch, torque levels which help it out-sprint more cars than you’d expect. It’s also is kinder to the environment producing zero-emissions while providing an all-electric range of 97 miles, more than enough charge for daily duties too.
Dodge Charger Pursuit
The Dodge Charger Pursuit boasts performance-tuned suspension with load-levelling shocks, as well as ballistic door panels for the best passenger protection.
It cab also be specified for all-wheel drive making it idea for a wide range of driving conditions and terrain.
Porsche 911 Targa
In the 1960s the Dutch police were on the hunt for a vehicle capable of policing its then derestricted motorways. In operation until 1996, over 507 Porsche cars have been adorned with the Dutch police livery – making it the largest historic Porsche police fleet in the world.
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