Italian Police used a Lamborghini Huracan to transport organs 300 miles in 2 hours

It’s not every day that you see a Lamborghini Huracan. It’s even less unlikely that you’d ever see one operated by a police department. While there are some departments around the globe that have supercars they are more for a community outreach program. Dubai is one place known for having a sleuth of police supercars.


Italy’s own police department owns a few Lamboghini Huracans. While it’s more likely that they use the car for events the car is equipped with everything you’d need to conduct a traffic stop.

In most cases if you’re being tailed by one of these you probably won’t be able to outrun it. Recntly the Italian police used the Huracan for a special mission. There was an organ that was being transferred to another hospital.


It’s is unclear why they didn’t use a form of air traffic. Although it seems as though the Lamborghini delivered the kidney on time. The route was 300 miles. It started in Rome and ended in the city of Padua.

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Grazie alla nostra @Lamborghini Huracan abbiamo trasportato in tempo il rene di un donatore per il trapianto a una persona”Per salvare una vita non servono superpoteri” anche solidariet√†, tecnologia ed efficienza aiutano @CNTrapianti @MinisteroSalute #essercisempre#5novembre pic.twitter.com/teUxqbMgvW

The trip would normally take 5 hours to complete. Although the Huracan was able to complete the trek in just 2 hours. With the 5.2 liter V10 making about 602hp the car made it to it’s destination in record time.

The car itself was fitted with a refrigerated frunk to keep everything cool. We’re hoping that whoever received the kidney makes a speedy and full recovery.

Found by our colleagues over at The Drive

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