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In a continuation of their successful20-year partnership, Automobili Lamborghini has once again joined forces with the Italian "Polizia di Stato." This time, the spotlight is on the delivery of a brand new Lamborghini Urus Performante to the Italian Highway Police as part of their lineup for 2024. The Super-SUV, a sibling to the iconic Huracán, will play a vital role in special services, including the urgent medical transport of organs and plasma. Stephan Winkelmann stated, “It is with great pleasure that we are continuing our twenty-year cooperation with the Italian State Police. Knowing that our cars are used for public duties and, above all, for crucial operations to save human lives, can only make me and the whole company proud. These initiatives, which bring us great satisfaction, demonstrate our innate close ties with Italy.” The transformation of the Urus Performante was carried out by Lamborghini technicians in Sant’Agata Bolognese. Adhering to police specifications, the exterior received a unique touch, courtesy of Lamborghini Centro Stile. The classic blue colour of the Italian State Police harmoniously mingles with white, accentuated by tricolour bands on the sills and seat belts. Reflective police logos grace the doors, while a roof-mounted light bar, boasting 360° blue LED lights, and a two-tone electric siren complete the formidable look.

Inside the cockpit, Lamborghini's craftsmanship extends to elements needed for the Urus to be able to carry out the required public security services. An armoured weapon box, a flip-down message display, a specially designed trunk compartment for service equipment and a defibrillator ensure that the Urus Performante is ready for any situation. Most notably, a portable fridge, equipped with a display and data logger for continuous temperature monitoring, stands prepared for the urgent transportation of organs. The fusion of power, style, and public safety solidifies Lamborghini's commitment to serving not only automotive enthusiasts but also communities with life-saving initiatives. The Urus Performante will join the other Lamborghinis in the Carabinieri fleet and serve as a symbol of protection and service on the highways of Italy. Most cars will have an issue The Urus Performante would be fun in a high-speed pursuit thanks to that brilliant twin-turbocharged V8 that churns out a rather healthy 490 Kwof power and with a meaty 850 Nm of torque. Even with the SUV’s large dimensions, the Urus is far from slow, it’s capable of a 0-100 km/h dash in as little as 3.3 seconds and can gallop on to a silly top speed of 306 km/h. One of these is also the current Pikes Peak record-holder for a production SUV, a record set back in 2022 with a time of 10:32.064.

Take a look at the YouTube video that shows off yet another awesome addition to the Carabinieri. They already have a few Lambos in their fleet, and now the latest addition is the monster Lamborghini Urus SUV: Urus Performante enters into service with the Italian State Police | Lamborghini

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