Some countries just know how to do police cars in a way that allows them to catch bad guys without trying too hard — and look good doing so. The Polizia Stradale, or highway patrol, in Rome recently took delivery of their second Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4. The homegrown exotic will be used for traffic patrol duties and medical transport.
What goes into turning the Huracan into a police car? Lamborghini added a computer with a tablet for the passenger, a gun holster fitted to the interior, a video camera, police radio and a holster for a hand-held directional sign called a paletta that police in Italy use to signal cars out the window. Lambo also added a low-profile LED light bar, strobes behind the grille and a siren system.
And that's just for the police patrol part of its duties; the Huracan will also be used to transport blood and organs between hospitals. To this end, the luggage compartment is equipped with a special refrigeration system in addition to a defibrillator.