Dubai police boost its fleet with 100 Audi vehicles

As a part of the ongoing strategic collaboration, the Dubai Police has boosted its fleet with 100 Audi vehicles which has been provided by Audi, Al Nabooda Automobiles.

As a part of the ongoing strategic collaboration, the Dubai Police has boosted its fleet with 100 Audi vehicles which has been provided by Audi, Al Nabooda Automobiles. It is to be noted that, the line up includes all-electric vehicles and the latest Audi models, which are renowned for their state-of-the-art technologies and progressive specifications.

It is to be specifically mentioned that the initiative is the part of the ongoing cooperation between the two entities, after the recent addition of the Audi RS e-tron GT to the Dubai Police’s tourist vehicle line-up. The tie aligns with the commitment of the government for enhancing the collaboration between the Government entities and the private sector.


Major General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for the Operations Affairs in Dubai Police, noted the unwavering commitment made by Dubai Police for boosting partnerships with the private sector. He said that, “This long-term ties and strategic cooperation between the Dubai and Audi, Al Nabooda Automobiles, a renowned Emirati company, shows the vision of the government for enhancing the communication, fostering positive cooperation, and achieving seamless integration in executing joint initiatives and social responsibilities.”

He continued by stating that, “These endeavours shows the significant role played by both the public and private sectors in achieving the strategic goals.”

It is to be specifically mentioned that, the inking ceremony of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) for noting the joint venture between the Dubai Police and Al Nabooda Automobiles has taken place at the Dubai Police Officers Club.

During the ceremony, Major General Al Ghaithi highlighted the importance of boosting the fleet for enhancing the traffic operations. He noted that these vehicles are distinguished by their exceptional performance and the state-of-the-art technology, allowing officers to effectively carry out the tasks to facilitate traffic flow and ensuring road safety.





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