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Koenigsegg rendered as Dubai cop car

Published: 13 Mar 2014

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.

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.

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Once you've clicked through those, watch Jeremy, Richard and James build their own police cars in this classic clip.

Pic via Santapanter Photography

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