It turns out in the peninsula one Huracan is not enough for the police force, so Lamborghini decided to donate a second example of the supercar to the “Polizia”.
The Highway Patrol in Bologna will use the coupe’s high-speed capabilities, but it won’t be for the sake of chasing perps in it (that should be fun though), and instead it will make it useful for good deeds such as resolving urgent situations – from being a first-aid vehicle to hauling organs. The Polizia’s Huracán is naturally getting the usual Italian police’s custom shade of light blue with white letters. The livery also includes the trio of colors from the Italian flag – painted on each side of the supercar. Even the Pirelli P Zero tires get matching blue-tinted sidewalls and power – this is not the Performante version – is coming from the 5.2-liter V10 in the form of 602 horsepower sent to the all-wheel drive system.
There’s also a plethora of bespoke modifications – at the request of the owner, naturally. But this time around we’re dealing with equipment needed for high-speed police duty. The cabin features a tablet, and there’s also the usual bank of lights up top. Recording equipment and a video camera are also there and for medical help the storage area in the front has been turned into a refrigerated section – proper for transporting organs or blood for transplants. There’s even an on-board defibrillator.