Dubai Police introduces a new supercar to its fleet

In association with a luxury car modification specialist, Dubai Police has added the customized sports version of the G63 Mansory to its esteemed patrol fleet.

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The Dubai Police has successfully incorporated the "G63 MANSORY," a customized sports Mercedes, into their already remarkable collection of supercars. This collection includes vehicles from well-known brands like Aston Martin, Bugatti, Ferrari, and Lamborghini, in addition to high-end speed boats and a 3D-printed SWAT supertruck.

The World Police Summit was held at the Dubai World Trade Center, where Major General Expert Khalil Ibrahim Mansouri, the Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Criminal Investigation Affairs of Dubai Police, was present for the official induction of the G63 MANSORY into the fleet. A comprehensive briefing on the car's features was given to Major General Mansouri. It was highlighted that the vehicle could produce up to 720 horsepower, attain a top speed of 250 kmph, and accelerate from zero to 100 kmph in under 3.7 seconds.

Additionally, modifications and enhancements to the G63 MANSORY were showcased, featuring a distinctive wide front mask with a grille, illuminated emblem, surround grille lighting, unique headlamp covers lighting with an emblem, a front intake on the grille, and various components made from carbon fiber and high-quality aluminum, enhancing its visual appeal. The vehicle is equipped with cutting-edge technology and display systems to provide drivers with essential information for proficient driving.

Major General Mansouri expressed gratitude for the partnership with Mansory and emphasized Dubai Police's resolve to enhance its opulent patrol fleet with premium cars in order to increase police presence in popular tourist areas. These include well-known sites like JBR, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, and the Burj Khalifa. Upgrading all Dubai Police vehicles to the newest models is another goal.

In addition, police officers will use the G63 MANSORY in tourist areas to provide a range of services to the general public and visitors, such as information sharing, consultations, and policing tasks. This will strengthen the Dubai Police's commitment to serving the community.

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