The Washington Post

First An Aventador, Now Dubai Police Enlist A Ferrari FF

Just in case its Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 isn’t enough to intimidate potential traffic violators, the officers from Dubai Police now have a Ferrari FF among their fleet.

Like the Aventador supercar the Dubai Police just acquired, the FF will be used primarily as a deterrent for anyone considering breaking the speed limit, particular those owners of high-powered exotics.

The car will also be used in popular tourist areas to help promote Dubai.

These images, which were posted on the Dubai Police’s official Twitter account, shows a white FF at an auto show that has been made to look like it is wearing full police livery.

The images are clearly photoshopped, but they do give a good idea as to what the Dubai Police Ferrari FF will look like once it goes out on patrol.

If you are driving down a highway in Dubai and see this beauty show up in your rearview mirror with its lights flashing, unless your car can clear 208 mph, we suggest you don’t get any crazy ideas.

The FF, which is powered by a 651-horsepower 6.3-liter V-12, accelerates to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and reaches a top speed of 208 mph. It is the second fastest car in the Dubai Police fleet, sitting in between the 690-horsepower Aventador and a 426-horsepower Chevrolet Camaro SS that has been on duty for several years now.

(c) 2013, High Gear Media.



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