Italian Police Get to Fight Crime in a Lamborghini (Video)

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Lamborghini regala nuova Huracán a Polizia di Stato

(Credit: ANSA)

ROMA — Thought the Batmobile was cool, Italian police now have a Lamborghini — complete with a LED light bar, four sirens, and a police radio.

According to, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann handed over the keys of a Huracán LP 610-4 Polizia last week.  The new “cruiser” will begin to see action by the end of the year.

“This car will offer more security to those driving in our highways, and to those who need to be rescued in special circumstances,” Alessandro Pansa, head of the Italian police told the news agency.

Other features include, a refrigerator to transport organs, a defibrillator, a radar that can send speed and licenses plate information back in real time.   Oh, and don’t forget about the 5.2 liter, V10 engine.

The Lambo is expected to cost around $315,000 and its the fifth car given to Italian police by Lamborghini, according to the Italian press agency.