The Dubai police force recently shared an image of the Tesla Cybertruck police car on the social networking site Twitter, announcing that one of the electric pickup trucks will be a part of its fleet next year. The much talked about Cybertruck was unveiled last week in Los Angeles, but the production is anticipated to begin in 2021. Tesla CEO Elon Musk reveals that the company has already received at least 250,000 reservations for its electric and revolutionary truck.

The Dubai police force is known all over the world for its flashy fleet of police cars. On its official Twitter account, it announces that the newly launched Tesla Cybertruck will soon be the latest addition to its police cars. Additionally, it shares an image of what the Cybertruck Dubai police car will look like.

Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk presentING the all-electric battery-powered Tesla Cybertruck at Tesla Design Center in Hawthorne, California Premium Tesla Cybertruck trims are coming a year earlier than the original production timeline while less expensive trim will reportedly start production a year later than the original schedule. Photo: AFP / Frederic J. BROWN

Dubai Police Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri shared that the all-electric Tesla Cybertruck will be used as a patrol car in popular tourists destination in UAE, reports Arabian Business. If you are already impressed with this news, the Cybertruck is not the only fast car that the Dubai police force added this week. Earlier this week, it also announced that it would get a Mercedes AMG GT63S to join the list that includes Lamborghini Aventador, Bugatti Veyron, Bentley Continental, and Aston Martin One-77 among others.

Among highly likely features of the Tesla Cybertruck that might have caught the attention of the Dubai police force could be its bulletproof window and the adjustable air suspension that can be lowered or raised on the go. Considering its chase cars lineup, the Dubai police force has a hefty budget, so; it is safe to assume that it might get the three-motor model of the Tesla Cybertruck.

The three-motor Tesla Cybertruck, the company claims, can teleport from zero to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and offers up to 500 miles of range. Tesla already announced that the production of its all-electric pickup truck would commence in the late part of 2021, at least. Tesla Cybertruck pricing starts at $39,900 for its single-motor variant, $49,900 for its dual-motor model, and $69,900 for its tri-motor variant.