Being in the police force is one of the toughest job worldwide and working in the law enforcement means you always have to be on toe. From working 24X7 to facing gun shots, they have to do everything to protect us.These jobs have some perks which are enough to attract others. Driving supercar patrol vehicles is one of them.There are few police forces around the globe which use supercars, especially the speeding ones, in their fleet to catch criminals.
Ariel Atom (UK)
This is probably the most unique police car in the world as it gets to 60 miles per hour in just 2.5 seconds and can hit a top speed of 168 miles per hour.The Atom has a tie up with one other model on the list for the quickest police car in the world, and probably sends an incredible message to speeders with its Formula 1 styling.
Spyker C8 Spyder (Netherlands)
Police in the Netherlands is armed with a car that can hit 186 miles per hour and soar to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. Spyker company ceased its production in 2012, but the company recently announced that it will make a comeback with an all-new electric supercar.
Audi R8 GTR (Germany)
German police drives Audi R8 GTR, a fine-tuned supercar capable of hitting 202 miles per hour and screaming to 60 miles per hour in only 3.2 seconds.The R8 GTR has been outfitted specifically for the police department by German company ABT Sportsline.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (Italy)
Italy police was happy the happy recipients of a brand new Lamborghni, donated by the company itself as an anniversary gift celebrating the department’s 152nd anniversary in 2004.Years later, the company donated a new Gallardo LP560-4, which was actually put to use patrolling Italy’s highways.
Ferrari FF (UAE)
Dubai Police Department has some of the world’s fastest supercars and Ferrari FF is one of them.It was modified specifically for Dubai’s boys in blue (or green and beige, actually), and can hit searing speeds of 208 miles per hour, and jump to 60 in just 3.7 seconds.
Brabus Rocket (Germany)
Germany Police use the Brabus Rocket which is capable of hitting 225 miles per hour and going from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds.The German Secretary of Transportation instead took it onboard to be the face of a program meant to inspire people to modify their cars responsibly, and drive safe.