How The Italian Police Transported Kidney In Lamborghini, Covers 500km In 2 Hours (Video

How The Italian Police Transported Kidney In Lamborghini, Covers 500km In 2 Hours (Video

The Italian police seized advantage of one of their supercars to deliver a kidney for a life-saving transplant.

How The Italian Police Transported Kidney In Lamborghini, Covers 500km In 2 Hours (Video

Reaching speeds of up to 230kph (143mph) officers drove their blue and white-coloured Lamborghini Huracian LP610-4 from the northern town of Padova, 500 kilometres (310 miles) down south to a hospital in Rome.

How The Italian Police Transported Kidney In Lamborghini, Covers 500km In 2 Hours (Video

The police officers had left at 10.30am in the morning and they arrived two hours later a journey that no chance would normally take about six hours.

How The Italian Police Transported Kidney In Lamborghini, Covers 500km In 2 Hours (Video

 

The police department had picked up the call for help as local authorities found themselves unable to deliver the organ quickly enough.

The police officers managed to get the kidney there on time , the doctors desperately waiting to carry out surgery on a patient.

The primary function of the police Lamborghini is to move transplant organs, plasma and vaccines across the country and not get involved in high-speed car chases.

It can go from 0-100 kph (0-62mph) in only 3.2 seconds and can reach a maximum speed of 325 kph (201 mph).

It is also equipped with a special cold box to transport organs.

The Huracian is also personalised for the force with an onboard computer and cameras.

How The Italian Police Transported Kidney In Lamborghini, Covers 500km In 2 Hours (Video