Chevrolet Announces 2015 Tahoe for Law Enforcement

Chevrolet Announces 2015 Tahoe for Law Enforcement
11 Nov 2013

300Man automakers are now coming up with better cars for the law enforcement authorities and Chevrolet has now made an announcement of a police patrol vehicle or PPV which will be all new 2015 Tahoe. While making the statement Chevrolet said that they want to come up with better cars for the police and therefore they will expand the Tahoe line up with automatic 4WD pursuit vehicle and special service models. The automaker also revealed that the new model will be more powerful, fuel efficient and will have enhanced features that are specially developed for law enforcement.

Under the hood, the car will have the standard EcoTec 3.5 liter V8 engine that can deliver 335 horsepower and 383 lb feet of torque and it will also have improved acceleration. Chevrolet stated that the engine will be mated with Hydra-matic 6L80 six speed automatic transmission with a new police service calibration that will offer better performance during pursuit. On the outside, Chevrolet Tahoe will have body on frame full size SUV design that offers better performance and will have high strength steel that increases stiffness and will also include better suspension.

2015 Tahoe will also have standard Auxiliary Battery that will handle all the equipments that police requires including radios, video cameras and laptops even when the vehicle is not in motion. The car will also have better spacious interiors and standard safety features like rear park assist, backup camera, and Driver Alert package that includes other safety features that can help law enforcement employees to handle pursuit in a better way.

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