Over on the other side of the pond, the UK is getting set to unveil their all-new bad guy-chasing police cruiser, but unlike the new 2011 Chevrolet Caprice, which will be used in the US, the chaps from the UK have decided to crack down on their own criminals with the new Mitsubishi all-electric i-MiEV.
As soon as Ferrari unveiled the 458 Italia, people began to tweak the images, coming up with different colored versions and even a spyder variant. What if the new mid engine super car, the prancing horse could replace the raging bull as the Italian police force’s vehicle of choice, which is currently a 2009 Gallardo LP560-4 Polizia.
The only thing we would suggest is turning the stop light around so you can read it in the rear view mirror, not that it would matter too much, the Ferrari 458 Polizia would come up on you so fast, the last thing you will be looking at are a series LEDs at the top of the windshield. Running would futile, because there is no escape from a car that can do 202 MPH?
North Carolina police to use Corvette Z06 as its new police interceptor.
The Humberside Police Force have decided to trade up for a couple of eight cylinder powered four door vehicles, but these aren’t just any V8s. They have decided to replace those worn out patrol cars with the most powerful Lexus on the market at the moment, the 415 HP IS-F.
Watch out British bad guys, because the fuzz is after you, in style. Jaguar has just released their first ever, police spec XF.
Carbon Motors is introducing a model called the E7 that will be sold exclusively to law enforcement agencies. Although this concept has been around for about a year, it looks like the car is getting closer to production. While the company is still looking for investors, a prototype will begin touring the country later this month.