There’s no other major city in the world quite like Dubai. It’s one of the wealthiest cities in the world, and has become a major international tourist destination. And just like other parts of the world, it is not crime free.
So, when it comes to enforcing the law, the Dubai Police is no pushover. They do not believe in beaters or sleepers. They have just about every supercar on the planet as part of their fleet.
These exotic police cars are specifically used to patrol in tourist areas. What better way to contribute to the image of Dubai as one of the most interesting and wealthiest cities in the world.
If you are in Dubai one day, you may snap a picture with a Dubai police officer, and, unless you are committing a crime, they will typically be very happy to take the photo. Along with that, the Dubai police force promotes gender equality in the UAE, as many women police officers are drivers in the fleet.
Here, let's take a look at some of the cars in the Dubai police force.
1) Bugatti Veyron
2) Aston Martin One-77
3) Lamborghini Aventador
4) Porsche 918 Spyder
5) Ferrari LaFerarri
6) BMW i8
7) Mercedes AMG GT 63S
8) McLaren 570S
9) Chevrolet Camaro SS
10) Audi R8 V10
11) Lexus RC-F
12) Ghiath Beast Patrol SUV
13) Tesla Cybertruck
14) Bentley Bentayga15) Brabus G63 AMG
Well, the list goes on and on. We can only speculate on what the next addition to the fleet will be. A Porsche perhaps? Or a second Aston Martin? Whichever it is, I would like to believe we all agree that Dubai is capable.
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