The cops in Italy have the Huracan, and the Avon and Somerset Constabulary in the UK have the Ariel Atom as part of its effort in crime prevention. Not to be outdone by them, the police force of New South Wales, Australia, has joined the supercar crime-fighting bandwagon with its newest member – Porsche 911 Carrera.
The 911 Carrera is set to replace another Porsche in the NSW’s police fleet, the Panamera, and it’s focus is to gain public attention rather than chasing bad guys.
“Although the 911 might make an ideal Police response car in some people’s eyes, the true value of the sporty Carrera in police decals is that it will draw attention and curiosity with younger folk especially which is exactly what we aim to achieve,” said NSW Police Force Superintendent Alan Sicard.
The white and blue livery was inspired by students from high schools and higher learning institutions around NSW. The 290km/h 911 is also set to be driven by the Harbour Local Area Command, just as the outgoing Panamera. We do think the cops in Harbourside are seriously big fans of this marque from Stuttgart.
[Source: Car Advice]