Updated: Jun 1, 2021
The Dubai Police General Command has added to its fleet of luxury patrol cars, the first SUV from Genesis brand, GV80 2021, from the exclusive distributor of Genesis in the UAE Juma Al Majid Est.
Brigadier Dr Mohammad Al Razooqi, Director of Transport and Rescue at Dubai Police praised the close co-operation with Juma Al Majid Establishment, one of the UAE's leading automobile companies. He emphasized that Dubai Police has always sought to add the most efficient, flexible and latest models of vehicles to its fleet to deal with various situations, as well as to enhance the mechanisms of policing work and achieve the goals of Dubai Police of maintaining the security and safety of Dubai.
Bang Sun Jeong, Vice President, Head of Genesis Middle East and Africa Operation, said: "We are proud to work in harmony with the Dubai Police General Command in order to support its policing work and maintaining the safety and security of all citizens, residents and visitors in Dubai".
Suliman ALZaben, Director of Genesis UAE, said: "We take pride in partnering with Dubai Police in various initiatives that aim at spreading awareness among all segments of society on traffic safety". "We hope that the high-tech Genesis GV80 contributes to facilitate Dubai Police's operations and provide various services to the public", he added.
The GV80 is the first SUV powered by a standard turbocharged four-cylinder or a twin-turbo 3.5-litre V-6 engine; the rear-wheel drive will be standard and all-wheel drive will be optional. The brand-new 2021 Genesis GV80 makes a noteworthy splash in the luxury midsize SUV
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