Watching the law in Australia stands disguised as a civilian BMW M3

Watching the law in Australia stands disguised as a civilian BMW M3

October 20, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Now, Australia’s 425-horsepower BMW M3 will chase offenders in Australia. The advantage of this car is that at first glance it is a regular 3-Series sedan, until the attackers want to escape from the crime scene by car.

Criminals who break the law in Australia will find this news completely unfair. According to data published on Facebook under the name “Australian police cars,” the latest replenishment of the Canberra law enforcement park in Australia received a Bavarian car brand BMW. And this is not an ordinary car, but a high-performance BMW M3 sedan, whose engine develops 425 horsepower (550 Nm).

What is so special about this police car? And the fact that on the back of the car there are no any identification signs saying that it is a representative of the order. It is only reported that a car that is imperceptible at first glance in the general stream, for no reason can give itself out as bright red and blue lights.

Yes, of course, the offender can immediately “give the gas”, but this will not help him, because the powerful M3 can accelerate to a speed of 100 km / h in just 3.9 seconds. The maximum speed of this particular instance of the “charged” model is electronically limited at 280 km / h – an additional M Driver package is installed.

  It is noteworthy that according to the information of the police officers of the Land Down Under police department, which are no no and even boast of their cars, there are other powerful police “fireballs” in their park. Among them are the South Korean Kia Stinger and the even more powerful Bavarian BMW M5 Competition sedan.

  This is not the first time that we see incredibly fast cars enlisted in the ranks of law enforcement agencies. We also heard about the Japanese supercar Nissan GT-R, which is located in the park of Japanese “cops”, as well as the Italian roadster Ferrari 458 Spider, which pacifies Italian violators of the law.