Dubai Police adds NISMO power to its luxury fleet

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  1. Phoenix

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    I mean I see the Patrol, but that GT-R man.
     
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    here in Italy from 2007 there are 2 police's Lambos lp560-4 for chasing or emergency transport
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    Here one of them after a ^_^ crash,

    plus many other good one



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    Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde


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    Lotus Evora
     
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    those are hot man!! I wish I can travel to Italy one day and enjoy Italian Pizza and Lasagna :D
     
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    I don't really get the point of luxury police cars. When our PD wants to impress people, we can roll out the Bearcat. And unlike a Lamborghini, it actually has a law enforcement job too (SWAT raids and standoffs).

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    Around here they're pretty much Chargers and Explorers, how boring.
     
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    Around here, it's:

    Run-of-the-mill patrol cars: Chargers, Tauruses, Caprice PPVs, Explorers, or Crown Victorias (yes they're still out there), depending on the agency.

    Sheriff's Department boat-towing vehicles: F-150s and Tahoes.

    Unmarked highway interceptors: Typically seized or forfeited vehicles that have been repurposed, these aren't predictable at all. I've seen Mustangs, I've seen a fourth-gen Camaro, and as a classic "welcome to rural Oregon, buddy" awesome, I've seen a Dodge Ram Power Wagon repurposed as a stealth interceptor (not sure which agency's it was, but I saw it involved in a pursuit on I-5 in southern Oregon).

    SWAT: This is split evenly between BearCats (like the one pictured above) and military-surplus MRAPs.
     
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    We got Škodas :D.
     
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    Oklahoma State Patrol got a couple of pursuit Suzuki Hayabusas a while back, that was pretty cool.
     
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    Skodas? I thought those were used to deliver fruits and groceries :D
     
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