The Tesla Model S will soon be seen paroling the streets of Luxembourg, as a pair of the electric cars has been chosen to become patrol vehicles used by the Grand-Ducale Police.
The Ministry of Sustainable Development decided to purchase the Model S for the police force in an effort to begin a shift towards electric cars. However, the police aren't the only ones who will get new wheels, as members of the administration are also expected to receive new electric vehicles.
There are currently four versions of the Model S: the 75, 75D, 100D and P100D, but it's unknown which version will be used for these patrol cars. Regardless, every Model S is designed to be extremely fast; they're able to go from 0-60 in less than 3 seconds. In fact, just last month, a Model S was used to set a record for the fastest transcontinental run, making the trip from California to New York in 52 hours.
As explained by Electrek, the Model S' agility paired with this push towards electric vehicles makes this partnership ideal for Luxembourg, which is only 82 km (51 miles) long and 57 km (35 miles) wide. Its implementation in the area could prompt other countries and companies to do the same, reducing the amount of carbon dioxide released into the air, which is a huge contributing factor to global climate change.