General Motors makes one mean looking police patrol vehicle. The Chevy Caprice PPV recently debuted at the Chicago Auto Show, decked out in an array of crime-fighting goodies.
Although the exterior of the Chevy Caprice PPV looks pretty standard for a modern cop car, the interior contains some of the most recent technology and safety designs that Chevy has to offer. For the Peace Officer, Chevy included entry/exit enhancements, weapon stowage, and an integrated Toughbook console FTW.
Implications - First off, I must say, this is a car that lets you know it's special right off the bat with its name -- the Chevy Caprice PPV. My previous experience with Pay-Per-Views is related to exorbitantly priced wrestling, MMA, and boxing events. It's suitable for this car, complete with a E85-compatible 6.0 liter V8, 355 horsepower, and 385 pound-feet of torque.
The cops are rolling hard and in style -- about time.
Chevy Caprice PPV Debuts at Chicago Auto Show
1. Upgraded Police Cars - Car manufacturers like General Motors are introducing more advanced technology and safety designs for police cars, creating opportunities for innovation in the law enforcement industry.
2. Integration of Technology in Law Enforcement - With features like integrated Toughbook consoles, manufacturers are finding ways to incorporate technology into police cars, creating potential innovation opportunities in the tech industry.
3. Adoption of Alternative Fuels - The Chevy Caprice PPV is E85-compatible, highlighting the growing trend of the adoption of alternative fuel sources in the automotive industry.
1. Automotive - Car manufacturers like General Motors are introducing advanced technology and designs in police cars, creating opportunities for innovation in the automotive industry.
2. Law Enforcement - With features like integrated Toughbook consoles for police officers, there are opportunities for innovation in the law enforcement industry.
3. Alternative Fuels - The E85-compatible Chevy Caprice PPV highlights a potential avenue for innovation and growth in the alternative fuel industry.