Dubai police is expanding its fleet with supercars

Dubai police has once again expanded its fleet of luxury patrol cars by adding the modified sports version of the Mercedes G63 MANSORY. This newly acquired vehicle joins an already impressive fleet, which includes cars from Aston Martin, Bugatti, Ferrari, Bentley, McLaren, Porsche, Lamborghini, as well as luxurious speedboats and a SWAT super truck, all printed using a 3D printer.

The unveiling of this new car took place during the World Police Summit in Dubai. The modified Mercedes G63 MANSORY features a powerful engine generating 720 horsepower, enabling it to reach a maximum speed of 250 km/h and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds. It is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies necessary for performing law enforcement duties.

Last week, the Dubai police also acquired the fully electric sports car Porsche Taycan. This car was delivered to the law enforcement agency by Al Nabooda Automobiles LLC, the official distributor of Porsche cars in the United Arab Emirates. The Taycan comes with two battery options and features Porsche 4D chassis control system and adaptive pneumatic suspension.

Earlier in December 2023, the Dubai police added the hybrid supercar McLaren Artura to its fleet, capable of reaching speeds up to 330 km/h and equipped with a hybrid V6 gasoline engine and a compact electric motor.

Dubai police aims to showcase its luxury and power, impressing tourists and guests from around the world with impressive car brands and demonstrating its commitment to sustainable development through the introduction of electric cars. These luxurious patrol cars can be seen in places like Dubai Mall, on main streets, and at various cultural and sporting events in Dubai.