Official State Car - Slovenia

Slovenia

Slovenian president Danilo Türk uses a Toyota Prius for driving in Ljubljana, and a BMW X5 or Audi A8 (extra-stretched version) for longer distances. Slovenian Prime Minister usually uses an Audi A8 and a BMWs X5 as protection vehicles. Ministers are driven in Audis A6 or A8. The Defense Minister is driven in Mercedes ML500.

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