Dubai police bought the Bugatti Veyron in April 2016. The Guinness World Records website notes that the Veyron is the second fastest street-legal car in the world, only after the Hennessey Venom GT, which has a top speed of 427 kilometres per hour.
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Dubai police added the Bugatti Veyron to its fleet primarily to increase the visibility of its police force in touristy areas. So rather than high-speed chases, the supercars are more likely to attract attention from tourists and locals alike at hotspots like the Burj Khalifa Tower and the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard.
The cars allow the city's police force to be more accessible, Dubai police Lt. Saif Sultan Rashed Al Shamsi tells Gulf News. "One of the funny stories we have is that a lot of tourists and people here call the Dubai police...on (the emergency number) 999 to ask about these cars. They want to know which location they will be in and how they can find them and take pictures with them."
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Dubai police's fleet of patrol cars includes: McLaren MP4-12C, Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF, Mercedes SLS AMG, Roush Mustang, Bentley Continental GT, Audi R8 V01 Plus, Nissan GTR and Mercedes SL36 AMG. A limited edition Aston Martin One-77 - one of only 77 ever built, a hybrid Porsche Panamera, BMW M6 Gran Coupe and Mercedes G36 AMG, modified by Brabus are also part of its fleet.
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