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200 mph Police Car - Police Trial Modified Porsche Panamera

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Uploaded on Dec 24, 2009

On a freezing December day, a camera team from Performance Direct went to experience what could be the British Polices latest, and most potent, weapon in the fight against speeding: an Oakley designed Porsche Panamera.

Lowered, lightened and modified with carbon fibre, the Porsche Panamera is capable of over 200mph and is rumoured to move from 0-60 in less than 4 seconds!

The super fast Porsche Police Car is the subject of the first Performance Direct Motoring News report, our regular video blog which takes a sidelong look at all thats interesting in motoring. As a modified car insurance specialist, Performance Direct often hears of interesting super cars, high performance bikes and other amazing vehicles. So check back for more amazing motoring news. Or, if you have any motoring news stories you'd like covered, please get in touch.

In the meantime, enjoy the shape of the future: Watch our exclusive video report on the Oakley designed Porsche Panamera Police Super Car!

Get a quote now by calling 0844 5733528 or visiting http://www.performancedirect.co.uk

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