The town of Dubai expanded its fleet of unique police cars whereas serving to Lamborghini set a new annual sales record. It took supply of a brand new Urus Performante, the range-topping version of the Italian model’s high-performance SUV, on the 2023 version of the Dubai Airshow.
Dubai officers plan to make use of the Urus Performante as a patrol automotive, in order that they requested a number of modifications. Completed within the metropolis’s white and inexperienced livery, the SUV incorporates a particular rear spoiler with an built-in 360-degree LED gentle bar and a siren. Inside footage have not been launched, however we’re informed it is geared up with an armored gun field, a folding display screen that shows messages, and a defibrillator for first-aid response. There’s additionally a particular compartment added to the trunk to let the officers assigned to the Urus retailer their service gear.
What’s below the hood would not change. Energy comes from a 4.0-liter V8 that depends on a pair of turbochargers to make 657 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 627 pound-feet of torque from 2,300 to 4,500 rpm. The engine exhales by way of a titanium exhaust system designed by Akrapovič, and it spins the 4 wheels through an eight-speed automated transmission. Hitting 62 mph from a cease takes 3.3 seconds, and the Urus retains accelerating till it hits 190 mph. It’d at some point want to achieve this velocity given Dubai’s giant focus of supercars.
Dubai, the most important metropolis within the United Arab Emirates (UAE), often purchases high-end automobiles for its police division. Over the previous decade or so it has bought a Lexus RC F, a Bugatti Veyron, a Mercedes-Benz G-Class tuned to 700 horsepower by Brabus, and even a science-fiction-like hoverbike. It isn’t all supercars; the fleet additionally contains a number of Toyota Land Cruisers, Dodge Chargers, and Nissan Pathfinders.