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German Bugatti Veyron! Dubai police boasts the world’s fastest cars, and they are gorgeous (photos, video)

German Bugatti Veyron! Dubai police boasts the world’s fastest cars, and they are gorgeous (photos, video)

- Police in Dubai own 14 supercars, among them Ferraris and Aston Martins

- But their latest addition makes them the force with the fastest vehicle on Earth

- They recently bought a Bugatti Veyron!

The police at Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, have added a new supercar to its fleet, now earning the place of the force with the fastest car on Earth.

German Bugatti Veyrons! Dubai police boasts the world’s FASTEST cars, and they are gorgeous (photos)

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The brand of choice is German Bugatti Veyron. These beautiful and race-car style vehicles can reach 253 miles per hour.

German Bugatti Veyrons! Dubai police boasts the world’s FASTEST cars, and they are gorgeous (photos)

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Until now, the Italians were the ones boasting the fastest police cars, with their Lamborghini Gallardos LP560-4, but the Europeans were thrown off that throne with this Dubai purchase.

German Bugatti Veyrons! Dubai police boasts the world’s FASTEST cars, and they are gorgeous (photos)

The police in this Emirate also own electric and hybrid cars, as well as other superfast vehicles, such as a limited edition Aston Martin One-77, a Lamborghini Aventador and a Ferrari FF.

German Bugatti Veyrons! Dubai police boasts the world’s FASTEST cars, and they are gorgeous (photos)

The cars are mainly used as a marketing tool for tourists, but their ecologic goals have also made them take the decision to increase the amount of eco-friendly vehicles by 2030.

German Bugatti Veyrons! Dubai police boasts the world’s FASTEST cars, and they are gorgeous (photos)

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