To Protect & To Serve: Alfa Romeo Giulia Goes to Police

Sat, 05/07/2016 - 12:56

Broadly speaking, fashion is considered to be a thing we deal with every day especially when it comes to ultra-fashion vehicles. Even people who claim they don’t care what color or model year is a car they drive yet pay attention to their vehicles. Well, Italian police should feel as definitely tough guys as they have got new twin-turbo sedans. Hmm… it bears mentioning that the Carabinieri got 503-hp Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio as police cars.

The Quadrifoglia Verde models were presented to the Italian police by Sergio Marchionne, FCA Chief. Actually, it sounds rather pompously; however, we should mention that the police got only two yet gorgeous Verdes in Milan and Rome. In fact, Fiat Chrysler intends to deliver around 800 vehicles to the Carabinieri including steady-going Jeep Genegades, sleek Giuliettas and smart Fiat Pandas (it sounds like a real crossover boom, doesn’t it?).

A six-speed manual cruiser takes the standard Giulia chassis and 2.9-litre V6 raising 503hp and showcasing a stunning top speed of 190mhp. FCA has added a one-of-a-kind LED light panel along with needful equipment such as defibrillator and radio. The Verdes won’t be used as routine police duty vehicles, it is as clear as daylight. VIP-escorting or transporting organs appear to be an alternative way to use these stylish Giulias.

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