This is the world’s most futuristic police car- it has 12 secret cameras and a drone

This is Dubai's newest police car, the Ghiath. It’s packed with everything from thermal imaging cameras to AI-powered screens, and even rescue drones.

by | Published on 10th Mar 2023

This is the world’s most epic police car

It’s packed with everything from thermal imaging cameras to AI-powered screens, and rescue drones

Called the Ghiath, this car will blow your mind.

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Jutting out from the roof of the car is a 360 degree retractable camera that’s got face recognition. 

The camera also reads license plates and streams all information back to the Dubai Police command center. 

At the front of the car, there are five cameras and around the back, there are another three, all with face recognition.

This is where you’ll find the hidden thermal imaging drone. 

The drone comes with the car and can fly for up to 30 minute.

It even has a built-in microphone and speaker, meaning it can be used to make announcements and orders as it flies through the air. 

Made by W Motors in the UAE, the Ghiath is actually named after a falcon once owned by the crown prince of Dubai. 

The falcon was said to respond to orders incredibly fast, just like its automotive sibling.

Inside Dubai Police car Ghiath

Inside, the vehicle is just as decked out with tricks. 

There is a huge display mounted on the dash showing the feed from nine different cameras in and around the car. 

There’s another camera pointed directly at the driver, designed to keep a close eye on them.

So, if the driver starts nodding off, this information is sent to the control center to alert them to act.

The Ghiath is just the most recent in a string of incredible cars to join the Dubai Police fleet. 

Among Dubai Police’s supercar fleet is a $1.2 million Bugatti Veyron and a $1.4 million Aston Martin.

Not to mention its $400,000 police boat.

So, the Ghiath should feel right at home.



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Kate Bain is the Page Editor at supercarblondie.com. She is based in Dubai and coordinates coverage of the latest news across automotive, technology, and lifestyle. Kate has a bachelor's degree in business and post graduate in journalism. She is an experienced editor and journalist who has worked for News Corp, Daily Mail Australia, and Sky News. When she's not at work, you'll find her attached at the hip to her dog, Thor.

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