The World’s Most Expensive Police Car Costs $3.4 Million!

Yeah, you read that right. This is the world’s most expensive police car, and the Arabs have done it again. The country is home to the best and most valuable collection of police cars. They already own an Aston Martin One 77, a Bugatti Veyron, a BMW i8, and what not! Name a supercar, and there is a  90% chance you could find it in the Abu Dhabi police fleet.

Their most recent addition is the $3.4 million Lykan Hypersport. We had already written about this car, and we even featured it on the Automobile of the week section, but we had an idea that it could get into Dubai’s police car fleet.  Well, no other police fleet would want it anyway.

The Lykan Hypersport is the product of W Motors, a Dubai-based exotic car manufacturer. It was established in Lebanon, and rose to fame after the production of the Lykan Hypersport, which was announced in 2013. It entered production last year, and the first few cars rolled out in 2015. Some people even bought.

This is a limited edition for sure, and only 7 of them were planned to be made. Few of them have already been sold, and this could be one of the last cars ever made. The Abu Dhabi and the Dubai police have the habit of owning the most expensive police car on earth, and no wonder why, they chose to buy the Lykan Hypersport as well.

Needless to say, this 3 million dollar marvel looks stunningly beautiful in police attire. We don’t know who is going to get to drive this, or whether it would be used in high-speed chases, but if someone gets to drive it, then they would be one of the luckiest people in the world.

Most Expensive Police Car parked underground

Lykan Hypersport Dubai Police - The Most Expensive Police Car in the world

The Lykan Hypersport Purchased by the Dubai Police is the Most Expensive Police Car in the world.

But what made the Abu Dhabi Police to purchase a Lykan Hypersport? Do you think it is the “Fast 7 Movie that inspired them? Or do they want to hold the title of owning the Most Expensive Police Car forever?

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