The country of birth of the most famous car TV show, Top Gear certainly has a very large car culture. Cars in the UK have long been a hobby and a hobby of various people. From motorsport enthusiasts to enthusiasts who like to modify their cars. England is also known as one of the enclosures where supercar and hypercar owners gather together who often hang out on the streets of London.
That’s why, don’t be surprised in Britain the police fleet is horrified. If it was Australia, most police performance cars were filled with sports cars. Now in the UK, some supercars are also presented to strengthen the police fleet horsepower. After all, it might preserve the authority too. That was in London lined with exotic cars, the police used sports cars hehe.
Porsche Cayman GT4 . F4 turbocharged 385 hp, 0-100 kph 3.9 seconds, top speed 290 km / hour.
Lotus Exige Cruiser . Supercharged V6 345 hp, 0-100 kph 3.8 seconds, top speed 276 km / hour.
Lotus Evora S . Supercharged V6 345 hp, 0-100 kph 4.6 seconds, top speed 285 km / hour.
Lamborghini Murcielago . V12 641 hp, 0-100 kph 3.1 seconds, top speed 320 km / hour.
Ariel Atom . Supercharged Honda i-VTEC 348 hp, 0-100 kph 2.5 seconds, top speed 250 km / hour.
Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge . Twin turbocharged V12 603 hp, 0-100 kph 4.7 seconds, top speed 250 km / hour.
Lexus IS-F . V8 417 hp, 0-100 kph 4.8 seconds, top speed 270 km / hour.
Jaguar XF . Twin-turbodiesel 271 hp, 0-100 kph 5.9 seconds, top speed 250 km / hour.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X (also EVO VIII and EVO IX). I4 turbocharged 295 hp, 0-100 kph 4.5 seconds, top speed 250 km / hour.
Subaru Impreza GB270 . F4 turbocharged 266 hp, 0-100 kph 5.3 seconds, top speed 230 km / hour.