Nowhere else worldwide can you hail a police car and take a selfie with the motorist.
Just like nowhere else the police car likely to be a Bugatti Veyron, Ferrarri FF or Lamborghini Aventador.
We are talking about Dubai, where the police has recently been presented with a certificate by Guinness World Records for their world’s fastest police car in service– a Bugatti Veyron– just among its 14-strong fleet of supercars.
A fleet of high-end supercars might sound extravagant, but it fits perfectly with the values of Dubai.
In a city where you can find Bentley or Rolls Royce to be wrapped in gold, it seems normal for the police force to have a set of supercars at its disposal.
The fleet consists of a bespoke Aston Martin One-77, which only 77 were ever developed, a Bentley Continental GT, 3 hybrid Porsche Panameras and two BMW i8s.
However the flagship of the fleet is the Veyron, with an incredible top speed of 253 mph (407 km/h).
Its 16-cylinder engine creates 1,000 horse power, sending it from 0 to 60mph in simply two and a half seconds.
The previous record holder came from the Italian police force– the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, that has a top speed of 230 miles per hour (370 km/h).
Although Dubai’s police superfleet isn’t really used for high-speed chases down Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, or very many cops duties at all for that matter. Rather, the automobiles cruise around the Dubai Shopping mall and Jumeirah Beach Residence for tourists and attention.