Dubai Police releases a new Breathtaking Video showing off the fastest Police Car Fleet in the World!

Dubai Police

Dubai Police continue to remind the world of having the fastest police car fleet in the world through a new breathtaking video.

The video shows a night chase carried out by the Dubai police cars on public roads, before the main task, namely to add a distinctive landmark on the city visited by millions of tourists from all over the world every year. It is noteworthy that the Dubai police began to form an ultra fleet with the superior Italian car Ferrari FF followed later on by each of the Lamborghini Aventador, the Bentley Continental GT, Mercedes SLS, Aston Martin One 77, Audi R8 and Nissan GT ATR, BMW M6 Gran Coupe, Camaro SS, Ford Mustang, Mercedes G Class Brabus, Mercedes DSL, the Bugatti Veyron, McLaren and lowpass 4-12 C and the Chevrolet Impala.

One of the latest cars that joined the Dubai Police are the Lexus RC F and the Toyota Land Cruiser.

Next-Gen Nissan R36 GT-R Arriving in 2018


There’s been a lot of talk about Nissan’s plans for its next-generation GT-R, the R36, with senior execs recently confirming a hybrid powertrain for the car and Nissan also giving us a taste of some new design themes with its stunning Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo. Now the automaker’s top designer, Shiro Nakamura, has revealed when we might see the R36 GT-R.

Speaking with Top Gear, Nakamura said the car’s arrival won’t be until 2018… at the earliest. This means we’re unlikely to see the car on sale until the 2019 model year, giving the current R35 GT-R a 10-year lifespan.

Nakamura explained that sales of the current GT-R remain healthy and that more updates are coming. In fact, we’ve already seen spy shots of an updated model, which we’re expecting to be introduced for the 2016 model year.

The GT-R is still unmatched when it comes to performance per dollar, with the $150k GT-R NISMO model capable of lapping the ‘Ring in just 7:08.679, which is slower only than the times set by million-dollar supercars like the McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder. Incredibly, Nakamura said the engineering team believes it can extract even more performance from the current setup.

Finally, Nakamura promised that the R36 GT-R would remain a front-engined coupe with 2+2 seating. As for its styling, he said some elements from the front and rear of the Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo may be borrowed.


Nissan Pulsar Nismo Concept Debuts in Paris 2014 Auto Show!

Nissan Pulsar Nismo Concept

Nissan’s plan to expand its sporty Nismo brand is well underway, and the latest vehicle to wear a Nismo badge is one not sold in the U.S., the Nissan Pulsar. The Pulsar Nismo concept debuted in Paris as a design study, but we hear a production model could be in the works.

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The Pulsar Nismo concept gets flared fenders and a more aggressive-looking “Double-Wing” front valance with characteristic red accents on the front lip and side skirts.

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In back, you’ll find a diffuser-style rear bumper, a center-mounted dual exhaust, and carbon fiber rear spoiler. The hatch is finished in satin gray, and rides on 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 235/35R19 tires. Nissan says it used airflow analysis to design the body and improve aerodynamics. Inside, the Pulsar Nismo gets Alcantara-trimmed sport seats, a three-spoke sports steering wheel, alloy pedals, and a red tachometer.

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The concept has been lowered from the standard Pulsar’s ride height, and features unique spring and damper settings. Steering has also been modified for more direct response. Nissan says more details will be announced later, but Auto Express learned a few more juicy bits of info from the Paris show floor. The U.K. publication says a production version will get a 1.6-liter turbo-four producing 247 hp, with a Nismo RS variant to follow with 275 hp. That places the hatchback squarely in Ford Focus ST and Volkswagen GTI territory, but as the Pulsar isn’t sold here, don’t expect to see a C-segment hot hatch option from Nissan in the U.S. anytime soon. Nissan did, however, unveil a Note Nismo earlier this year, so there’s still hope that we could get at least one Nissan hot hatch.

Nissan Leaf gets a fancy brother: The Infiniti LE

The Infiniti LE is more than just a concept; it will be Infiniti's first zero emissions ve...

The first complaint about current mainstream electric vehicle options is that they don’t offer enough range. The second is that they only come in small and, some might say, unattractive packages like the Nissan Leaf and Mitsubishi i-Miev. Infiniti may not have solved the former problem, but it’s done its best to solve the latter with the LE concept. The concept gives the Nissan Leaf a sportier, more upscale brother.

The LE concept takes some cues from the Essence and Emerg-E concepts

Infiniti has shown us a few takes on sporty green cars in the Essence and E-Merge, but it is a lot more serious about this one. In debuting the model at this week’s New York Auto Show, Infiniti said that this is a “production intent” concept and will be on the market within two years. The company also said its “near similar form” to the production model, so it’s clear this isn’t just a fanciful EV concept designed to attract show goers to Infiniti’s booth.

The interior is highlighted by blue LED lighting

In designing the LE, Infiniti set out to make an Infiniti that was electric, not an electric car with an Infiniti label. Key toward that goal was showing that “zero emission does not have to mean small.” Rather than a small hatchback, Infiniti made a proper, fastback-style sedan that’s about the same length as its current G Sedan. From that basic principle, Infiniti added signature design cues like the double-arch grille and crescent-cut rear pillar. It sculpted a defined belt line that provides a sense of speed and power. The LE may not be nearly as dramatic as the Essence or E-merge, but it’s definitely lighter on the eyes than a Leaf.

The seats are done in leather, suede and mesh

While it hasn’t solved the limited range dilemma, Infiniti has done its best to get every mile by keeping the LE as aerodynamic as possible. Specific equipment used for the goal includes the high rear deck, aero-treated wheels, aero rear diffuser, aero fin front spoiler and aero side fin spoilers. The car’s drag coefficient is 0.25.

Infiniti designed the LE for quick, sure acceleration

Infiniti hasn’t given all the details on the car’s powertrain, but it’s most certainly adapted from the Nissan Leaf. The electric motor puts out 240 lb-ft of torque and provides “impressive EV acceleration.” The 24 kWh lithium-ion battery can be recharged by way of standard outlet, DC fast charging and Nissan’s upcoming wireless charging pad.

The Infiniti Connect system gives you a twin screen with key information

Inside, the next-generation Infiniti Connection system keeps drivers in touch with the outside world. The system is controlled by way of twin-screen display, which delivers driver-centric information like navigation and points-of-interest search. The system also helps the driver in finding charging stations, syncing his calendar and pre-heating or pre-cooling the vehicle.

The LE is about the same length as the G Sedan

The battery pack is located under the passenger compartment floor, opening up the interior for comfort. Soft “Infiniti EV Blue” LED lighting flows from front to back. The leather-trimmed seats have sued and mesh fabric.

The Infiniti LE takes the stage at the New York Auto Show

We’re guessing the production version will lose the icy, space-age-y silver paint job and gratuitous blue LED lighting, but Infiniti Americas Vice President Ben Poore said that it will maintain the “zero emission powertrain, advanced telematics, cutting-edge design, advanced connected services and premium appointments” of the concept. It should be a nice addition to the EV market.

Infiniti plans to offer the LE with wireless inductive charging