Emirati female police officers pose in front of Ferrari (R) and Lamborghini (L) police vehicles at the foot of the Burj Khalifa tower in the Gulf emirate of Dubai on April 25, 2013. Dubai police showed off a new Ferrari they will use to patrol the city state, hot on the heels of a Lamborghini which joined the fleet earlier. AFP/PHOTO KARIM SAHIB
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A Lamborghini is driven through rain during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 20, 2012 in Cannes, France.
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The world's largest dealer of Lamborghini, Lamborghini Orange County, stands vacant on November 6, 2008 in Santa Ana, California. The dealership, which was renowned for its $600,000 12-cylinder sports cars and its celebrity customers, abruptly went out of business this week. Lamborghini Orange County sold about 10 percent of the 2,400 Lamborghinis built each year. Stars, including Elton John and Sharon Stone, have participated in its promotional parties, and earlier this year actors Eric Roberts and Luke Perry arrived to attend a company event by helicopter from Los Angeles. The company did not comment on the reasons for its demise.
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Shaquille O'Neal stands next to his Lamborghini at his home on March 6, 2006 in Star Island, Florida.
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The Lamborghini Murcielago engine stands on display in the foreground with the Lamborghini Gallardo in background at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show January 5, 2005 in Los Angeles, California.
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The 'Lamborghini Gallardo' police Car in Rome 16 December 2004. The supercar, bearing State Police colors has a 10 cylinder, 5 liters, 500 hp engine and is equipped with a full aluminum body, will be used by the traffic police during emergencies and alarm situations on the Salerno-Reggio Calabria highway. The vehicle also has advanced technological apparatus for receiving and transmitting information and images relating to particularly critical situations. AFP PHOTO / Patrick HERTZOG
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The Chinese public gets a glimpse of a Lamborghini at the China International Car Exhibition on June 14, 2004 in Beijing. China. China is the world's fastest growing market for autos, overtaking France in 2003 to become the world's fourth largest market.