But why is the Raging Bull wearing Polish plates? Has the Dubai Police pulled a reverse tourism move, visiting Europe? The answer is simple, really - there's no such thing as a Dubai Police Gallardo. For the record, the famous fleet of the Middle East includes a Lamborghini, but that's an Aventador.
The car you see here is referred to (by its builders) as a tribute to the real deal, having been created in Poland. The second skin of the V10 ride comes extremely close to that displayed by the actual Dubai Police vehicle pool, having been applied by a specialist called Datex Performance Wrapping. There's no light bar, though, and we don't expect the glove box to hold a pair of handcuffs. At least not the kind that policemen use.
Then again, given the rate at which the Dubai Police upgraded its fleet, nobody can hold anything against aficionados who expected this Gallardo to come from the United Arab Emirates. And yes, we could expect a Huracan to join their ranks one day.
As you can imagine, though, the V10 machine stirs up the crowd regardless of its destination. Heck, given the kind of head-turning appeal of this supercar, we should call it the Attention Police (you know, the task force that gets deployed when the Fashion Police can't handle things on its own).
And since this Lambo deserves a bit of our time, we've added a video that offers a more detailed view of the supercar.