Lamborghini Urus Gives Police Boost

Delivering and Rearranging Organs

The Polizia di Stato, Italy’s national police force, has called for the 2023 Lamborghini Urus Performante to join its ranks starting in 2024. This won’t be the first time a Raging Bull has been enlisted as a police vehicle, as the Huracan LP610-4 has been donning a “Polizia” livery since 2017. Lamborghini and the Italian State Police have been in partnership since 2004, with five cars having joined the fleet since then. The Urus Performante will be the sixth.

Though it may have back seats, the Urus won’t be utilized for typical traffic stops, regular patrols, or apprehending offenders. Instead, similar to the Huracan, it will be used for “special services” such as urgent organ and plasma transportation. So it appears speed can indeed save lives.

The Urus Performante would be suitable for making organ transportations as it is able to reach its destination quickly. The driving force of this super SUV is provided by a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine that generates 627 lb-ft of torque and an impressive metal-crunching 657 horsepower. Making it from 0-60mph in merely 3.3 seconds, the Urus Performante has attained the top speed of 190 miles per hour and has outstripped the Bentley Bentayga to become the fastest car up the Pikes Peak Hill Climb.

Lamborghini did not have to alter much in the way of performance to equip the Urus for police utilization. Lamborghini Centro Stile produced a unique livery designed with Italian State Police blue and white tones as well as the Italian tricolor stripes along the sills. Moreover, reflective film was used on the police logos to enable improved visibility while a 360-degree blue LED light bar was added atop the car.

Fitted within, the upholstery of leather and Alcantara is augmented by an armored munitions box, a fold-down information display, as well as a repository in the trunk for tools of service and a defibrillator. Of course, there’s a moveable cold storage device for organ transplantation that features an indicator and data recorder for round-the-clock surveillance of its interior temperature.

“We are delighted to continue our 20-year partnership with the Italian State Police,” declared Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. “It is an honour for us to know that our vehicles are being used for public duties and, most importantly, for life-saving operations. This fills us with immense pride.”

Saving lives is now more chic. No longer must you forgo fashion while engaged in humanitarian activities. With the latest technological advances, looking good while aiding people in need is more possible than ever. Modern wearable items have much to offer individuals dedicated to making a difference. Having a fashionable sense of style doesn’t necessarily have to contradict with positive deeds. There are many organizations out there that provide helpful and stylish accessories to help make saving lives fun and appealing. Now you can do your part to save lives without sacrificing style.

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