Honda Civic Type R became a police carMarch 14, 2019
A series of photos appeared on the Web, showing the “hot” hatchback in the image of a police car in Australia. Unfortunately, the model will not be included in the regular state of law enforcement, and will be the object of PR in social networks.
At Honda Civic Type R a new bright image shown in the Australian New South Wales. Hot hatch will participate in local action from the police and the company Honda. A new initiative called Eyewatch plans to draw attention to the work of local police. The company will be held in social networks.
Honda Australia donated the Civic Type R to the New South Wales Police Force. The hot hatch carries the livery just like the state patrol cars, and has the Eyewatch logo. Honda even has special signals. The police intend to deliver the car to major social events and schools in the hope of attracting young people and popularizing the work of the police.
“The attractive design of the vehicle, I hope, will be an excellent beginning of the conversation during the demonstration and will allow more people, especially young people, to feel more comfortable when dealing with the local police,” said Assistant Commissioner of Police of New South Wales, Cassar.
This is not the first “cool” car in the garage of the police of New South Wales. There are also: Lexus RC F and Audi S7.
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