The Dubai Police General Command has added to its luxury patrol fleet, the Aston Martin Vantage, which is powered by an eight-cylinder engine and equipped with a twin-turbocharger with a capacity of 4.0 liters, and a power of 510 hp / 625 Nm, and an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission, with a maximum speed of up to To 314 kilometers per hour, and acceleration from sleep to 100 kilometers per hour in 3.5 seconds.
The Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Criminal Investigation Affairs Major General Expert Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri inaugurated the new Aston Martin Vantage at the Dubai Police General Headquarters, in the presence of Major General Mohammed Rashid bin Sarei Al Muhairi, Brigadier Jamal Al Jallaf, Director of the General Department of Criminal Investigation and Investigation, and Colonel Dr. Mubarak Saeed Salem Banawas. El Ketbi, Director of the Tourist Police Department at the General Department of Criminal Investigation, and Mr. Sidi Larbi Bensouda, Regional Director of Operations in the Regional Office for the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey at Aston Martin Lagonda Limited.
Major General Al Mansouri praised the close cooperation and partnership with Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd., which is one of the leading car companies in the UAE, stressing that the Dubai Police General Command seeks, by introducing luxury sports cars into its fleet of luxury patrols, to enhance the security presence of policemen in tourist places. In addition to upgrading and upgrading all cars used in Dubai Police.
Partnership and security role
For his part, Brigadier General Jamal Al Jallaf confirmed that the launch of the new luxury car within the fleet of luxury patrols comes within the framework of the Dubai Police General Command’s approach to communication and effective partnership with partners working in the field of cars, indicating that the luxury patrols contribute to strengthening the security and awareness presence in many important areas. In the Emirate of Dubai, where these patrols contain the latest smart and artificial intelligence techniques and support the policing role in the field.
Brigadier-General Al Jallaf pointed out that the luxury patrols are present in the tourist areas and play an important role in receiving inquiries from the public and tourists coming to the country, in addition to raising awareness of the role of Dubai Police in enhancing security and safety and making community members happy.
Brigadier Al Jallaf indicated that the luxury patrols are a distinctive mark of the Dubai Police, and are requested by many authorities and institutions to participate in various national events and occasions, in addition to the role of these luxury patrols, which crossed the international borders with their recent participation in the 1000 Miglia race, the oldest and most beautiful race in the world. For classic cars in Italy.
In turn, Colonel Dr. Mubarak Saeed Salem Banwas Al Ketbi confirmed that the Aston Martin Vantage, with its modern specifications, is a qualitative addition to the luxury patrols of the Dubai Police Tourist Police Department, pointing out that this is the second car that Dubai Police has added from Aston Martin.
Colonel Al Ketbi indicated that by adding an Aston Martin Vantage to the Dubai Police fleet, the number of luxury patrols within the fleet will rise to 27 various sports cars, indicating that the car will be located in tourist places and the policemen will contribute through it to providing various services to members of the public and tourists from Consultations, information and police services, and publicizing the societal role of Dubai Police, in addition to the fact that the car will support the efforts and plans of Dubai Police in serving the visitors of Expo 2020 Dubai.
In turn, Aston Martin Marketing and Media Communications Director, Ramzi Atat, said, “We are honored to have an Aston Martin car in the Dubai Police fleet of supercars, and there is no doubt that the Vantage will be the perfect addition to the fleet, with its strength and strength. It is incomparable, as well as its imposing features, distinctive design and a speed of more than 300 kilometers per hour.
He added, “We extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to the members of the Dubai Police team, especially His Excellency Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, for their role in the success of this cooperation.”
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