New Alfa Romeo Guilia QV forms part of Italian Police cars
They become the fastest and most powerful rides in the Italian police force, after the somewhat surprising move (for a country with so many sport brands) to employ two specially-prepped Lotus Evora S models back in late 2011.
The police version here adds the usual cop goodies like radios and lights, a portable defibrillator, LED flashlights in the doors, and one of those round signaling flags that Italians seem to love. There no mention of a cop motor or cop brakes, but that's probably not necessary. 'The Quadrifolgio tops the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia lineup with a 505 hp twin-turbo V6 capable of 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. According to Carscoops, FCA has an agreement with Italian police authorities to deliver around 800 cars over the course of 2016, including a number of Alfa Romeo Giuliettas, Jeep Renegades and Fiat Panda 4x4s. See more photos after the cut: