Italian police gave Jeep Wrangler for driving on the beachesJune 28, 2018
Italian police received Jeep Wrangler SUV, prepared specifically for patrolling beaches. Car chief of the department Giovanni Nistri transferred the head of the alliance Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Sergio Marchionne.
Police received the Wrangler previous generation. The car, painted in traditional blue and white tones with red stripes, will patrol the beaches of the Romagna region.
The machine is equipped with flashing beacons, a siren, a radio station, a gun mount, and an optional package called Mopar One Pack. It assumes a 51 mm increase in ground clearance and 17-inch wheels with 32-inch all-terrain tires.
The SUV is equipped with a 200-horsepower (460 Nm) diesel engine 2.8 and an automatic transmission.
Italian police, in addition to the beach Wrangler, also has a 510-hp sedan Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde, crossover Jeep Renegade, hatchback Giulietta, Fiat Panda and Tipo.