Lamborghini made a name for itself building impractical exotic cars, but the Urus can comfortably seat five with luggage. It’s also considerably cheaper than the V10 and V12 alternatives, so it comes as no surprise that the SUV has been dominating the sales charts since its release in 2018. But the time as come for the Urus to demonstrate its versatility even more by reporting for police duty.

It's the sixth vehicle loaned by Lamborghini to the Italian police force and this one is based on the hotter Performante version. It follows in the footsteps of other raging bulls converted for police work, including the Gallardo and Huracan supercars used for high-speed organ transport. This Urus also has a special refrigerated compartment in the trunk to deliver organs to those in need of a transplant. In addition, the portable fridge can carry plasma.

2024 Lamborghini Urus Performante for Italian police

The special livery was created by Lamborghini Centro Stile by combining the Italian Police's classic blue shade with white. In addition, police logos made from reflective film have been applied to the doors, while the Italian flag motif has been integrated as well. Other changes include a roof-mounted LED blue light bar and a two-tone electric siren.

The Urus Performante has gone through a series of modifications inside that includes an armored weapon box and a dedicated area for a defibrillator, along with a flip-down message display mounted above the dashboard. The Urus can rapidly travel to its destination courtesy of a twin-turbo V8 making a devilish 666 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque, which enables a 0-to-62 mph time of 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 190 mph/

Lamborghini has been collaborating with the Italian police for 20 years and this Urus will be used by the Highway Police from 2024. The fastest production SUV at Pikes Peak joins a Huracan LP610-4 in the country's police fleet.

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