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To mark the occasion the police force took delivery of 30 new modified Discoverys, taking their fleet of Land Rover patrol vehicles used in active duty to more than 1,100.
At the ceremony hosted outside the State Police Car Museum in Rome, Jaguar Land Rover Italy’s President Daniele Maver handed the keys over to Chief of Police Prefect Franco Gabrielli.
The relationship between the State Police and Land Rover dates back almost 30 years, with the Defender 90 becoming the first vehicle to go on active patrol.
Last year the European Fleet and Business team sold more than 400 Discoverys to police forces across Europe, including Germany, Czech Republic, Poland and Bulgaria.
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