Italian Carabinieri Gets Alfa Romeo Giulia QV

Posted: May 7 2016, 8:25am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Italian Carabinieri Gets Alfa Romeo Giulia QV
  • Italian Police Gets to Drive in Style with Alfa Romeo Giulia QV

The Italian Police has been recently bestowed with the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV for their fleet.

Most of the police squads and fleets around the world are filled with boring and ordinary looking Sedans. However, the Italian Police is surely going to get the taste of awesomeness by the inclusion of the Alfa Romeo Giulia QV in their fleet. The Italian police is going to go all sexy and stylish with the inclusion of this beast in their Carabinieri. 

This Alfa Romeo will join the Italian military forces in the cities of Rome and Milan, according to Carscoops. Alfa Romeo Giulia QV is one of the fastest and most modernized cars that will be included in the police force vehicles of Italy.

It would come up with a regular engine that is 2.9 liter, V6 with 503 horse power. The vehicle has the ability to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4 seconds which is great for a police chase. It has a top speed of 190 mph.

This fully automatic car has been adjusted for the police force by providing a manual gear box for the original experience of driving as well. 

The interior has been modified for the sake of the police. This car comes in a jet black color with an interior that also has a black theme. It has a special LED bar fitted on top that makes it recognizable as a police car from a distance.

The stylish interior will include the essentials for the police force as well. It will include a radio, a refrigerator and an arms or weapon compartment.

Alfa Romeo Giulia QV won’t be used for transporting criminals but will be employed for more important practices such as organ transport and VIP protocol. The speed of this luxury car will be an asset for such emergency jobs. 

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