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BMW M3 Dubai Police Car Spotted in Poland

As you probably already know by now, the Dubai Police Force now has a fleet of supercars that’s envied by even the largest car collectors in the world.
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That suite of cars used to include models such as a Mercedes SLS, a Bentley Continental GT, Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF, Chevrolet Camaro SS, Dodge Charger, and a limited edition Aston Martin One-77.

That was in the beginning. Now, it grew a bit in size and specs and includes a Bugatti Veyron and, apparently, a BMW E92 M3, as you can see in the adjacent photos.

Actually, the car wasn’t spotted in the Emirate but in Poland, near Warsaw and, while it may look the part, we’re pretty sure it’s not part of the aforementioned fleet. Instead, this one is wearing Polish plates and seems to be just a poser.

Even so, it looks good and imposes authority on the street but the question that lingers in our mind is: Is it legal? We’re asking our Polish readers to answer that question as our attempts at using the internet to find out proved to be rather useless.

Another question you might ask yourself is why does the Dubai Police need such cars for their fleet. Well, unless you visited the country you can’t really tell. The thing is, over there, everyone has a car that can easily do 124 mph (200 km/h), way over the speed limit.

When that happens, what will you use to catch such a perpetrator? Surely not a Ford Crown Victoria.. How about an Aventador?

A second reason might be to show strength. Just like peacocks and other animals that change their appearance to impress their adversaries, the Dubai Police Force uses these cars to show off their financial wealth and even attract more tourists. Of course, these cars will probably never be involved in a car chase but just seeing them on the street imposes respect, doesn’t it?

Photos via Autogespot

 
 
 
 
 

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