UAE businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor donates 100 cars to Dubai Police
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UAE businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor donates 100 cars to Dubai Police

UAE businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor donates 100 cars to Dubai Police

The founder and chairman of Al Habtoor Group donated a fleet of Mitsubishi Pajero SUVs

Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor donates 100 vehicles to Dubai Police

Emirati businessman, Khalaf Al Habtoor donated 100 Mitsubishi Pajero SUVs to Dubai Police, in a pledge to support their endeavours to maintain security across the emirate.

Dubai Police took to social media to share stunning images of the new vehicles lined up outside Habtoor Palace.

Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, the commander-in-chief of Dubai Police, extended his appreciation on the gesture, adding that the donated vehicles will be a distinct addition to the force’s patrol fleet distributed across the emirate to boost police operations.

“Khalaf Al Habtoor is one of the distinguished personalities in the UAE. He has been contributing to the development of the emirates since their union with his charitable spirit and left his marks in many fields to serve the community and its people,” he added.

The founder and chairman of the UAE-based Al Habtoor Group also extended his appreciation to Dubai Police for ensuring the safety and security of the city.

“Dubai is blessed with a high standard of safety and security, and I believe it is my social responsibility to join hands with the government to serve my country and its people,” Khalaf Al Habtoor said.

“I am proud and happy to partner with Dubai Police in enhancing the sense of safety in our country,” he added.

Earlier this month, Dubai Police added the first electric SUV vehicle, a Hongqi E-HS9, to its fleet of luxury patrol cars.

Read: Dubai Police adds first electric SUV to its fleet of patrol cars

The E-HS9 can go from zero to 100 km/h in five seconds, can be fully charged in about six to eight hours, and can travel approximately 440km on a charge.

Dubai Police also acquired a fleet of 100 Audi A6 45 TFSI cars last year, as part of its partnership with Al Nabooda Automobiles-Audi Dubai.

Read: Dubai Police acquires fleet of 100 Audi cars

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