POLICE have used a £200,000 Lamborghini to transport organs at high speed to hospitals.
In a post on Facebook, it was revealed they drove hundreds of miles to deliver the special Christmas gifts.
A post on the official Facebook of the Italian police force told how Polizia Stradale highway police got the job done.
They transported two kidneys to patients at hospitals in Modena and Rome, having set out from Padua.
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Padua to Modena is around 100 miles while Modena to Rome is more like 250 miles.
The obvious car for the job was the force’s Lamborghini Huracan supercar, worth around £200,000.
The Huracan has a 5.2-litre V10 engine with 610hp sent to all four wheels via an automatic gearbox.
It can crack 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds and will go on to max out at 202mph.
The Italian police force was presented was the Lambo back in 2014 by the firms’ CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
The organs were placed in an ice box and transported in the Huracan’s special refrigerated front boot compartment.
The police-spec lambo also has a sky blue and white paint job, LED light bar, gun holster, police radio and defibrillator.
The post on Facebook reads: ‘Traveling on the highway to deliver the most beautiful Christmas present: life.
‘Thanks to the State Police special Santa Claus, two people were gifted a kidney.
‘The organs were delivered by the police officers from Stradale who, aboard the Lamborghini Huracan, delivered the two kidneys in the hospitals of Modena and Rome.
‘We hope that thanks to the teamwork of @TAG, two individuals and their families will have a happier and more peaceful Christmas.
‘Have a good life!’
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