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Dubai Police Add More Cool To Cop Car Lineup With Camaro SS

 
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Dubai Police Chevrolet Camaro SS

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The Dubai Police are amassing quite a stable of amazing rides. They have a Lamborghini Aventador. A Ferrari FF wears the green and white livery. There's even an ultra-rare Aston Martin One-77 that's recently joined the fleet. Both a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and a Bentley Continental GT are said to be up next for the Dubai rozzers. At the moment, however, there's just been a dash of American Muscle crashing the cool cop car party thanks to the addition of a Chevrolet Camaro SS.

Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina is the Chief Major General of the Dubai Deputy Police, and it's his job to amass the exotica that enters the fleet. Most of the ultracars will be put on display in areas heavily trafficked by tourists. It seems the Camaro might be called into actual police duty, however, because the lead cop in charge sounds quite enamored with the capability of the 6.2-liter V-8 engine mounted under the hood.

Still, it's 426 horsepower motor pales in comparison to what most of the other makes are packing. This is one hefty fleet both in terms of performance figures and, well, dollar figures. It's still nice to see an American vehicle get a little bit of love on a foreign coast. We hope the Camaro is used to take down a few supercar-cruising joyriders that are pushing their exotic machines just a bit too far over the limit.

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