Most of the men are definitely familiar with racing or automotive genre games on your console, PC or smartphone. An example is a racing game titled Need for Speed Most Wanted, where in this game you will play a street racer who often has to deal with local authorities for disturbing security and order on the streets.
As your bounty is high, the more difficult it will be to avoid being chased by the police who are trying to arrest you, because the police have used the best law enforcement tools, one of the things that are not overlooked are high-powered cars ..
Even in real life, the police apparatus who are in charge of law enforcers have also been equipped with the tools needed to uphold justice and provide security for civilians. The high-performance cars used by police around the world are no exception.
In this list of Intersport, Intersport will provide various lists of high-performance cars used by police officers around the world. However, it should be underlined that this list does not contain cars used at this time. But legendary classic cars are used by law enforcement officials.
Ferrari 250 GTE – Roma, Italy
Going back to the 1960s Rome police, Italy plans to replace their fleet of high-performance police cars that previously used the Alfa Romeo 1900, with Alfa Romeo 1600 Saloon units. However, police chief Armando Spatafora felt that the Alfa Romeo 1600 Saloon was not fast enough to be used during a chase with criminals.
Spatafora considers that no car is competent enough to beat the performance of one of the Italian car manufacturers, Ferrari. The recommendation from Spatafora was accepted by the entire Roman police force, which eventually appointed the Ferrari 250 GTE as a high-performance fleet owned by the Rome, Italy police.
Ferrari 250 GTE is the result of collaboration between Ferrari and one of the leading automotive design companies, Pininfarina. Based on the Ferrari 250 long-wheelbase . This car is armed with a 60 ° Colombo V12 engine, with a capacity of 3000cc with a 4-speed transmission that can produce power up to 240bhp. And all of that was achieved in the 1960s. Isn’t that amazing?
Wrapped in all black, and a tan interior , this Ferrari 250 GTE, operated from 1963 to 1970. Can Intersport Men imagine, back in 1963 you will see the mafia and police chasing action using the Ferrari 250 GTE car. this.
Ford RS200 – United Kingdom
Not a British car manufacturer like Aston Martin or Rolls-Royce was chosen, but the Ford RS200. This is what Intersport considers the best classic police car from Great Britain. In 1986, the United Kingdom police used a car from the Ford Motorsport manufacturer which was also used in the Rally Group B event.
Although Ford is an American car manufacturer. This Ford RS200 car is manufactured and developed by Ford in Boreham, United Kingdom. The car that was only produced for 2 years (1984-1986) Intersport considered the right choice to be used as a high-performance car for the police in the United Kingdom.
Armed with an 1800cc inline 4 engine with a center engine placement, it can generate power up to 250 bhp. The United Kingdom Police will easily catch criminals trying to escape from law enforcement, on urban and rural roads, because the DNA of this car is the DNA of a Rally car that is ready to hit any terrain.
Porsche 356 Cabriolet – Germany
In 1960, Porsche gave a car unit type 356 Cabriolet which had been modified in such a way for the needs of the city police patrols of Dusseldorf, Germany. This car was produced from 1948 to 1965 (1st generation 1948-1949 in Austria & 2nd generation 1950-1965 in Germany). Armed with a type 546/2 B4 1500cc 4 speed engine with power up to 65 bhp.
Even though it is considered to have low power, the reason Intersport has included this car in the list is because this lightweight sports car is one of the forerunners of the iconic car owned by Porsche, namely the Porsche 911.
Alpine A110 – France
In 1967 when the Brigade de Recherche et D’intervention (BRI) or Anti Gang Brigade was founded, the Alpine A110 is one of the best cars from the French country. This car with a V6 engine with a capacity of 1600cc 5 speed, weighs only about 700 kilograms, which makes this car can go up to a maximum speed of 210 km / hour.
The Alpine A110 car is a car that has the DNA motorsport of the Rally branch and managed to win various events that were followed, especially in the 1973 WRC season. This car was produced from 1961 to 1967, which was the predecessor of the Alpine 108 and the successor to the legendary Alpine A310.
What’s unique is that the Alpine A110 car is still being produced today and is still faithfully used by the French police. Of course, with the latest models and types that are more modern and have higher performance.
Acura NSX – Japan
It is difficult to determine which Japanese police car deserves to be on the list this time. The scattering of legendary cars that have been used by the Japanese police in enforcing the law, such as the Nissan GT-R, Mitsubishi EVO to the Nissan Z Skyline, is a very difficult consideration.
The car owned by Honda’s subsidiary, the Acura NSX, is Intersport’s choice of entry into this list. This car that was worked on directly by Soichiro Honda is the answer to the question, “Can a high-performance supercar have an affordable price and have extraordinary durability?” Honda, through its subsidiary Acura created the NSX and answered the above questions.
The Acura NSX is the first supercar from Japan to be a slap in the face of European supercar manufacturers . Having a beautiful design it is not surprising to know that this car was designed by the well-known design company Pininfarina.
Using the Ferrari 328 as the benchmark to be achieved, Honda pinned the name NSX which was reported to have the meaning of New Sports Car Unknown World (some people think that the X in question is Experimental).
NSX has a full V6 3000cc engine V-Tech Aluminum which produces 270 hp, is placed on a chassis monocoque made of full aluminum. This car has a complicated and time-consuming development period, and even involves many teams and advisors from the Formula 1 arena such as the genius driver Ayrton Senna who helped to get the perfect handling of this car.
That’s a list of classic police cars that can be compiled with high performance cars from various parts of the country. There is another police car that may not have entered the carscusok list this time. Next time, maybe carscusok will post in more detail.