Dubai Police has shown of its range of high-end luxury cars and million-dollar supercars in a new video.
The video – titled Luxurious Super Patrol Cars for a Luxurious City – showcases a range of the models on the fleet darting through the streets and highways of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
The city – which is known for its love of everything exotic and expensive – has police vehicles ranging from the relatively basic Nissan GT-R, to the much larger Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen, and the world’s fastest production car, the Bugatti Veyron. Oh, there’s also a McLaren, Bentley, Ferrari and BMW thrown in for good measure.
It’s not all action in the video, which concludes with the cars parked on a rooftop with members of the public milling around – and even sitting inside – the captivating cop cars.
Australia doesn’t quite have the same level of exotica on show – Commodores and Falcons remain the mainstay. But some examples of more outlandish patrol vehicles include the NSW Police Force which has a Porsche 911 on fleet, and the ACT Police recently put on a Volvo S60 T6 R-Design tuned by Polestar.