Best Police Cars In The World
A hunter’s glory would lie primarily in the thrill of the chase and not necessarily in the capture. Race car drivers of the highest of specs in terms of the motor industry has tried and tested the world’s finest in automobiles, however being privileged to be behind the steering wheel of one the world’s best police cars grants a police officer has the license to speed which would mean dooms day for the ‘Speedy Gonzales’ felon that wants to show off his daddy’s money in the form of his attention grabbing sports car.
There are a list of thousands of vehicles that have been tweaked for speed, riveting performance and exhilarating power that’s built and tested to be taken to extremes. Due to the increasing number of millionaires and their treasured toys, this was definitely a wake up call for the police forces to step their game up and to put a counter measure leverage system into place by upgrading their state vehicles so that they aren’t easily intimidated or outrun by the reckless speedsters on the move. We are to take a look at 10 of the best Police Cars in the world in adaptation of their specifications, features, abilities, speed, performance, power as well as the vast range of some of the golden jewels of the world of supercars!
14 Canada – Jaguar S Type
Jaguar is a generally underestimated car and is mis-perceived by many around the world as being a more luxurious type of car, fit for the average day to day businessmen. The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) found a great deal of potential in the Jaguar S as it’s another species of Jaguar on its own come to think about it, due to boasting that 3.0 Liter fuel injected V6 under the hood which spells an exceptional amount of power which cab push around 238 Horse Power and will sure come in handy when dealing with those petty usual day to day pull overs. Luckily for Canada though, car chases of extreme kinds happen very seldom. This is among the best police cars and is somewhat ideal in this case as nobody would want to smash a beautifully crafted Lamborghini police car and loose its stallion shape to a regular day to day bumper car accident so a Jaguar would be fit take the repairable damage in most cases. Jaguar sure does live up to its name as the wild cat badge mounted on the bonnet wood suggest as this is definitely a car that’s built for the chase.