By on April 12, 2013

15 percent of traffic fines issued in Dubai every day are for driving at speeds in excess of 130 m.p.h.. That’s why Dubai’s police now has a Lamborghini Aventador that can do 216 m.p.h.

According to Emirates 24/7, Dubai’s police force cited enhanced patrolling abilities to justify its purchase of the $550, 000 dollar police car, while 7 Days in Dubai quoted a director of the police force saying that the aesthetic appeal of the car would help illustrate the city’s class.

The car has been customized for highway patrol, reported Emirates 24/7

TTAC asked its man in Dubai, Mental Ward, to have himself arrested in a super high speed chase, and to write about it, if he still can.

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