The Italian supercar that sprints from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds has been donated to the Italian Prefect Alessandro Pansa, in a ceremony in Rome at the “Museo delle Auto Storiche della Polizia di Stato”.
The four wheel drive Lamborghini features ceramic brakes and 7 speed dual clutch gearbox. The Polizia Huracan is too fast for a normal police beacon so features a bespoke aerodynamic design with LED lights.
The Huracan supercar worth over £186,000 is a replacement for the ageing Gallardo, that has been used by the Italian police force since 2004 where it has been used as a deterrent to enhance street security.
The police Gallardo was in the news in 2009 after it crashed into a Mercedes A-Class after swerving to avoid a car exiting a Petrol station.
The 202 MPH Huracan wears a Light blue paint job with white stripes following the lines of the Italian designed supercar. This is accordance with the “blu Polizia” colours that the Italian police use.
The car is also kitted with the latest villain catching technology, including video cameras to gather evidence that can be viewed in real time at the relevant police station.
The speed of the Gallardo has been used in the past with urgent medical transportation, the Huracan is hoped to save even more lives with a refrigeration system for safe transportation of donor organs. The car is also able to carry a defibrillator.