Dubai Police Adds Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 Electric Vehicle (EV) into its Luxury Patrol Car Fleet

Dubai Police Adds Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 Electric Vehicle (EV) into its Luxury Patrol Car Fleet

The opulent electric vehicle boasts a powerful dual-engine with 516hp, enabling it to accelerate from 0-100kmph in a mere 4.3 seconds.

Dubai Police has introduced the Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 electric vehicle (EV) into its fleet of luxurious patrol cars, as part of its ongoing commitment to adopt environmentally friendly vehicles and sustainable transportation technologies.

The newly added electric EQS 580, adorned with the force's green livery, was officially unveiled by Major General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, assistant commander-in-chief for Criminal Investigation Affairs, at the Dubai Police Officers Club.

This luxury EV boasts a powerful 516hp dual-engine, capable of accelerating from 0-100kmph in just 4.3 seconds.

When fully charged, the vehicle can cover an impressive distance of up to 717 kilometers (WLTP).

Equipped with state-of-the-art artificial intelligence systems and interactive screens, the car provides the driver with all essential information, ensuring a seamless driving experience.

Dubai Police is expanding its patrol fleet by including supercars

Major General Al Mansouri stated that by incorporating supercars into their luxury patrol vehicle fleet, Dubai Police reinforces its security presence in key tourist destinations such as Burj Khalifa, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, JBR, and more.

He further mentioned that the EQS 580 will be stationed at prominent tourist spots, allowing police officers to provide a diverse range of services to the public and tourists.

In addition, Shehab Gargash, the managing director, and group CEO of Gargash Group expressed pride in supporting Dubai Police through strategic collaborations. They are delighted to contribute to the transition of government entities towards sustainable mobility solutions, aligning with the UAE's objectives of reducing carbon emissions on the roads.

Martin Schulz, the president, and CEO of Mercedes-Benz Cars Middle East praised Dubai Police for integrating EVs into their luxury vehicle fleet, emphasizing that luxury and sustainability go hand in hand in shaping future mobility.

News Source: Gulf Business

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