Lotus makes its way into Dubai’s speedy fleet

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23 Oct 2014
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Lotus Ambulance

Dubai is the only state that offers hyper sports cars to public servants and now Lotus makes its way into the Dubai fleet as an ambulance


If you are in Dubai and observe that a police Sargent is driving a Lamborghini or Koenigsegg One then don’t be amaze because it normal for them. Dubai police and several other public service departments are using world’s some best supercars including Cadillac CTS-V, Lexus IS-F, Lamborghini Gallardo, Brabus Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class.

The limited edition Aston Martin One-77, Audi R8, Bentley Continental GT, Bugatti Veyron, Chevrolet Camaro SS, Ferrari FF, Lamborghini Aventador, and Mercedes SLS are some of those monsters. In the last few months, a McLaren MP4-12C, Mercedes SL 63, Mercedes G-Class Brabus, and a Nissan GTR have been added to the lavish mix of sports cars. They are also using the Google Glass in order to screening and scanning the licence plates and personal data.

According to the latest reports paramedics are also getting few supercars of their own. A Lotus Evora and two Ford Mustang muscles have been added to the paramedic’s fleet, said in the National, UAE Publication.

The Evora means First Responder, says The National. It was first shown to the public at Gitex Technology Week held at World Trade Centre Dubai. The Lotus ambulance is not designed to take the patients anywhere. it is a fully loaded vehicle with most advanced first aid equipment and a mobile data terminal that can communicate with the local hospital and other larger ambulances on the way.

Zaid Al Mamari, paramedic with Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, said that they are now able to handle any kind of an emergency situation. “It is fitted with a responder bag, suction unit, and foam splints for fractures, cardiac defibrillators and oxygen bags.”

Currently, the response time for emergency services is 8 minutes and according to the reports their new targets are to respond in less than four minutes. Lotus could certainly help them with its 160 plus mph speed


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