All This Swedish Ferrari FF Wanted Was To Be An Italian Police Car

An aftermarket wrap company from just outside Stockholm has revealed a special Ferrari FF.

WrapZone evidently took inspiration from the Lamborghini Gallardo and Huracan police cars used in Italy with its latest design, adorning the FF with a light blue livery that reads ‘Polizia’ on both sides. Kinda weird, considering it is in Sweden, but interesting nonetheless.

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The design also incorporates some other intriguing aspects.. Most notably, the wrap has been styled to make it seem as though the Ferrari has seen better days and is in desperate need of a wash. Fake dirt and areas of rust adorn the exterior and certainly make the car look more authentic as a police cruiser. Also included are a pinstripe in the colors of the Italian flag and a small blue flashing light on the roof.

A pair of images shared online show the car being pulled over by a couple of police officers on the streets of downtown Stockholm. The officers don’t seem all that worried about the design of the wrap, as it is vastly different than the liveries used by police in Sweden. If the owner of this Ferrari FF ever decides to make a trip to Italy, however, the local authorities may be a little upset and believe the owner is trying to impersonate a police officer with their modified ride – which might not be a very good idea after all…

Capo di tutti capi @peder711 pulled over by fellow “colleagues” supercops @themartinmelin @mfallgren 👮‍♀️ 👮‍♀️ 👑 in…

Gepostet von WrapZone am Sonntag, 13. Oktober 2019

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