/Alfa Romeo Giulia QV Police Car Delivered to the Carabinieri

Alfa Romeo Giulia QV Police Car Delivered to the Carabinieri

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The Italian Police has got some sweet rides from the country’s prestigious car makers over the past few years, including a couple of Lamborghinis and now this, the brand-new Alfa Romeo Giulia QV. Alfa has sent two special, range-topping, 510-hp Quadrifoglio police car to be used by the Carabinieri as patrol cars.

The handsome sports saloon is dressed in the Carabinieri’s official dark livery, which looks like an expensive suit to be honest, and fitted with the usual police car gizmos including LED flahsers, radios, siren, and on-board tablet computer. Alfa Romeo Giulia QV police cruiser is also equipped with special weapons compartment and live saving features such as a defibrillator.

That’s all good and well, but what is making the Italian officers burst out of their skin with joy is the engine Alfa Romeo Giulia QV is blessed with. It’s a Ferrari-developed 2.9-liter V6 twin-turbo developing 510 horsepower. Mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, this engine propels the QV from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and on to a top speed of over 300 km/h.

It’s the prefect thing to chase super cars around Modena, but not every officer will get to enjoy it. The Carabinieri is handpicking a few of their top drivers and sending them for a training course by Alfa instructors. The Italians, as you know, are always on the brink of bankruptcy and can’t afford crashing these expensive cars.

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