Lamborghini gave a Huracán LP 610-4 to Italian State Police! Good luck speeders!
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The Sant’Agata automaker donated the supercar to the replace the Gallardo the authorities have had in service for six years.
It will be used to “sustain security on Italian roads” and is loaded with a Q-Branch worth of features that you won’t even find on any Ad Personam options list: a “Proof Video Data System” to track the Lamborghini and the suspects being chased, number plate recognition and tracking and real-time transmission of images to HQ, four sirens, an aerodynamic light bar, a refrigerated trunk for organ storage, a defibrillator and – naturally – a hand-held stop sign. source
The Huracán LP 610-4 Polizia should go into service by year’s end. There’s a press release below so you’ll know who to look out for if you turn scofflaw inside the nation-state line.