Police forces around the world will certainly be envious of the Italian Highway Patrol, especially after Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali delivered a new Huracan Polizia to the police force. This is the second Huracan to be operated by the highway patrol in Rome since 2015.

Primarily used in highway patrol service in Bologna, Italy, where Lamborghini is headquartered, the police vehicle features the traditional array of police equipment – gun holster, portable extinguisher, standard VHF police radio and hooks for retaining the classic red-and-white, hand-held stop sign used to stop vehicles safely.

It also comes equipped with an on-board system consisting of a tablet accompanied by a computer, recording equipment and a video camera. Of more importance is the 5.2 litre naturally-aspirated V10 engine, which produces 610 hp and 560 Nm, more than enough to pursue most traffic offenders on the road.

However, when the Huracan Polizia is not patrolling the highways, it can also serve as a first aid and emergency medical transport vehicle. Aside from an on-board defibrillator, the Huracan also gets a special refrigeration system in the luggage compartment for the urgent transport of organs and blood to hospitals. We reckon the special police vehicle is more than capable of doing “urgent.”

The Italian carmaker points out that in 2016, a number of transport operations were performed with the Lamborghini cars operated by the Italian Police (April and July), meaning this isn’t just for wayang.

The Huracan Polizia wears the official colours of the Italian Police (Police Medium Blue), with shades of white and lettering to match. The livery is enhanced by a series of stripes that feature the colours of the Italian flag, which runs along both sides of the vehicle. Further details are seen on the P Zero Pirelli tyres, where their sidewalls are tinted in Police Medium Blue and were specially created for the emergency response vehicle.