The Fastest Police Force in the World


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The Dubai Police Force has unveiled its latest crime-fighting weapon: a $1.6 million Bugatti Veyron.

Okay, so you’re probably asking yourself what the hell? But it’s true! A million-dollar sports car – previously the world’s fastest – is the latest addition to the Dubai Police Force’s awesome collection.


Any individuals on the lookout for a police chase in Dubai better think again. It’s not often that the police have the upper hand EVERYTIME when it comes to speed, but in Dubai they definitely do.

For those of you who don’t know, the Veyron is capable of reaching 267MPH and does 0-60MPH in a staggering 2.5 seconds. Police in Dubai can surely let any wannabe car thieves have a massive head start and still not have to worry.

However, while the Veyron is absolutely a police vehicle, it’s there to serve a different purpose. In fact, their whole fleet is. And what an impressive fleet it is. Who else could afford to sideline a Nissan GT-R as it wasn’t their most impressive vehicle?

The Dubai Police Force has acquired such an incredible fleet to bridge relations between themselves and the public. After all, what turns more heads and sparks more conversations than a fleet of epic sorts cars?


And it seems that their tactics are working. Their ‘super fleet’ is a tourist attraction in itself and draws crowds wherever the cars are parked. The force’s car collection is fast becoming a tourist attraction in itself.

It might sound crazy but the entire fleet, which is estimated to cost around $6.5 million, has only been purchased to encourage engagement between citizens, tourist and police.

Check out the following Youtube video then tell us which police car is your favourite

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