Should the Dubai police force have nabbed one of the very, very limited run of six Koenigsegg Agera One:1 hypercars, this is how it would look dressed up in police livery.
Vijay Pattni13 March 2014
Koenigsegg rendered as Dubai cop car
It’s not real, but what if Dubai police had the 1340bhp monster One:1 on its fleet?
Feel that? That was a shiver of panic, and it's perfectly natural because if this Koenigsegg was a police car, it would be terrifying. Thankfully it's only a render and therefore not real in any way, so you can relax a little.
It was designed by somebody on The Internet called ‘Santapanter', who thought it'd be neat to see how the sold-out, limited edition Agera would look as one of Dubai's finest. You'll remember Dubai has a rather notable collection of extraordinary cars on its police fleet: things like the Brabus G63, Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF and Bentley Continental, to name a few.
The Agera would no doubt top them all, however, featuring as it does a twin-turbocharged 5.0-litre V8 producing 1340bhp, a kerb weight of just 1340kg (hence the One:1 name), proper active aero all over and the ability to go from 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds, 0-186mph in 12 seconds, and 0-248mph in about 20 seconds.
Oh, and top speed is set at a theoretical 273mph, which would make it rather fast indeed. We've got more exclusive details on the 273mph Koenigsegg One:1, which you can read here. We've also rounded up the world's best police cars.
Once you've clicked through those, watch Jeremy, Richard and James build their own police cars in this classic clip.
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