Chevrolet Caprice Police Vehicle


A few month ago Chevrolet introduced an all new generation of their Police Patrol Vehicles based on the 2011 Caprice, and now the car is ready for production and they will be accepting orders in near future.

There are two packages available, the detective and the Police package. The first one will hit the streets in April 2011 and the PPV in June.

These cars are powered by a E85-capable 6.0L V-8 engine, with 355 horsepower and 384 lb.-ft. torque, with the fuel-saving Active Fuel Management technology. From 2012 a V6 option will be added as well. The V8 model goes from zero to 60 mph in under six seconds.

caprice ppv Chevrolet Caprice Police Vehicle

As for the Police features, it comes with a spacious interior, providing officers with more comfort for long hours on patrol. In addition, it has specially designed front seats sculptured to allow for gun belts. The seats are made with high wear material and have a seat back security panel. There’s also an eight-way power driver’s seat with reclining back and lumbar control, featuring quick-adjust manual fore and aft movement for additional comfort.

And to provide optimum safety, it features full-width prisoner partition enabled by front seat only head curtain with side impact airbags. Rear seat head curtain side impact airbags are available. StabiliTrak, GM’s electronic stability control technology, provides a “police performance” mode for enhanced stability during high-speed driving.

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