Police cars... List of the fastest in the world

With global companies producing fast cars, police cars need to keep up with that speed to achieve safety. Next are the police cars... a list of the fastest in the world.


Police cars in the world are amazingly diverse. In the following article, we will review police cars... a list of the fastest in the world.


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The fastest police car in the world


United Arab Emirates Bugatti Veyron is the fastest police car in the world.


The UAE (the third richest country in the world) dominates the list of fastest cars in the world. It is very interesting to be a police driver in the city of Dubai, where nine different super-fast cars are available such as the McLaren MP4-12C and Bentley Bentayga. However, most of these cars are for show, with the 253 mph / 407 kph, $1.9 million Bugatti Veyron scouring areas rich in police colors to reassure everyone.


Most of the remaining fastest police cars are in Europe. Lamborghini and Ferrari are made in Italy. There are two Lamborghinis patrolling Rome, and a Ferrari 458 Italia in Milan, with a top speed of around 201mph / 323kph.


The fastest police cars


1. North America


The US has eight models capable of giving 150 mph or more. The fastest is the Corvette Z06 with 1,005 hp, 228 mph / 367 kph, which is enjoyed by the New Braunfels Police Department in Texas. It is also the fastest police car on the continent.


Outside the United States, the fastest police cars in America are found in Guatemala City. The Corvette Stingray (184 mph / 296 kph) is valued at about $55,000. However, the National Civil Police "liberated" her from a drug dealer named Manuel Felipe Arellanes Monroy.


Corvette Z06 police
Corvette Z06



2. South America


Police cars in South America go at a moderate pace. Fastest is the Chilean Dodge Charger (LX) a cop wagon familiar in North America but a defining staple of the South. Where the Charger works at a speed of 155 mph / 249 km / h.


The Mitsubishi Challenger, Dodge Durango, and Chevy Colorado are the second-, third-, and fourth-fastest police vehicles in the world, respectively. The slowest in the region is the Brazilian Volkswagen Beetle, a shape familiar across the country since the car was mass-produced in Brazilian factories in the 20th century. The "bug" only gets to 62 mph / 100 kph.





3. Europe


Brabus Mercedes CLS is the fastest car. It looks like a police car. But it moves like a rocket, tracking criminals through the streets of Germany at speeds of up to 225mph / 362kph - making it the fastest police car in Europe - the CLS Rocket is big, safe, and easy to control. In fact, the "Mercedes whisperer" Brabus produced the Cop Rocket as a one-off special edition to advertise the German Federal Traffic Ministry's safety campaign.


Italy is not far behind the domestically produced Ferrari and Lamborghini cars. But the strangest car on the list is the scissor-equipped Spyker C8 convertible, one of just 94 built, serving the Netherlands' Frevoland province. The C8 can do 187 mph / 301 kph.


Mercedes CLS
Mercedes CLS



4. The Middle East and Central Asia


The ten fastest police cars in this region are in the United Arab Emirates. And even tenth, "the world's most luxurious and fastest SUV," is 30 miles per hour faster than the nearest competition. The Bentley Bentayga SUV clocks at 190 mph / 306 kph alongside Uzbekistan's Chevrolet Cobalt at 160 mph / 257 kph. Dubai's 'Super Fleet' is more about PR than performance - in a country with a veritable encyclopedia of desert supercars - that's where it matters.


Speed is not a priority in much of the Middle East. All-terrain maneuverability makes more sense in certain landscapes. The Toyota Land Cruiser has a capacity of 109 mph / 175 kph and is a common police vehicle around the region. But both the Mercedes-Benz W211 in Iran and the Audi A6 in Jordan manage 155mph/250kph and bring safety to the region.


Bentley Bentayga



5. Rest of Asia and Oceania


You've heard of the bullet train. Japan also has a police car like a bullet. In fact, Japan is home to six of the world's eight fastest police cars. Number one is the Nissan GT-R which is actually faster than a bullet train. Its top speed of 205 mph / 330 kph beats the 199 mph / 320 kph of the Shinkansen.


The New Zealand Holden Commodores (Sedan and Outboard) are Australian-made vehicles. The Holden is also the fastest car in Australia, and you can be sure that "every cop and his dog will love it" It's the modified Holden Ute that police dog trainers use.


Nissan GT-R



6. Africa


The fastest cop cars in Africa are the BMW M3s in the Somali fleet. It reaches speeds of 155 mph / 249 kph and was donated by the Italian company e to help secure the restive capital, Mogadishu. As such, the exhibitors are equipped with anti-explosion devices as well as crime-detection equipment.


Malawi's fastest police cars are also a gift - apparently a "no strings attached" gesture from China - the Chinese sent 60 utes, 15 sedans, 10 vans, and 10 minibusses.


BMW M3s



A super rare and expensive supercar


The Lykan HyperSport costs about $3,400,000 and there are only seven of them in the world. Built by the somewhat unusual-looking Arabian supercar company W Motors, it features a 3.5-liter Porsche engine that delivers 750 horsepower and 708 Nm of torque.


But the price isn't due to Lykan's exceptional engine. No, in police work, it's the details that matter as the HyperSport's cost is amplified by details like the 420 diamonds etched into the titanium LED headlights, gold-trimmed leather interior, and "virtual holographic display". Perfect for receiving emergency messages.


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