Meet Italian Police’s new crime fighter the Lamborghini Huracán

What To Expect!

Italian State Police has added a new toy to its fleet to crackdown on the traffic violators, and it’s none other than a spanking new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4. The Italian marquee recently added the Huracán to its line-up which replaces the now-discontinued Gallardo, and in fact the Huracán for the Italian Police has been donated by Lamborghini to the replace the Gallardo the authorities have had in service for six years. With a top speed of 325km/h (202mph), the car has been specially modified for police use as per reports. The Huracán LP 610-4 Polizia will begin service by the end of this year and “sustain security on Italian roads by continuing accident and crime prevention.”


Just like the Gallardo with the Italian State Police, the Huracán Polizia is painted in “blue Polizia” with white stripes and lettering. Even the flashing blue light has been “aerodynamically optimized” for traveling at high speeds. Other gadgets include its “Proof Video Data System” which can determine the speed of the vehicle being pursued and transfer its image to the police station. The sports car was presented to the head of the Italian police by the car maker’s president and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, at a ceremony in Rome last week.

The Huracán police car incorporates a gun holster, radar and radio equipment, and a video-recording system, as well as a sealed refrigerated compartment in the frunk for transporting organs. A defibrillator is at the ready, should the car’s 602-hp V-10 not generate enough rumble to suffice. A removable screen can be used to show motorists how they broke the law, complete with a data overlay.

[Lamborghini Huracán]

 

Hamyar

Hamyar

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To say Hamyar has traveled would be something of an understatement. His passion for travelling has taken him from Tanzania to Dubai and an enviable number of places between, and the memories he captures always make for interesting reading. As well as travel, other subjects which fall into his expert remit include culture, design, fashion and cars – in other words, a born globetrotting who is destined for great things if his aspirations so far are anything to go by.

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