The new Chevrolet Tahoe will turn into a police car

The new Chevrolet Tahoe will turn into a police car

May 11, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The Tahoe is almost a typical SUV for the US federal services, where it is paired with the Ford Crown Victoria and his “older brother”, Suburban, as vehicles for law enforcement and government agencies.

Not only will the new Tahoe become the newest police car, as soon as it goes on sale, it will also receive many improvements and amenities that will ensure the safety of law enforcement officers in the performance of their duties.

According to GM Authority, a police SUV will appear after the new Tahoe goes on sale. Unfortunately, the publication did not provide photographs of the novelty, but they have a huge amount of information related to the police car (PPV). The exterior has some changes, including a unique front kenguryatnik. 20-inch steel wheels with all-weather tires are the base. It is interesting to note that PPV will be offered with black and highlighted Chevrolet nameplate options.

As for the engine, all Tahoe PPVs will use the naturally aspirated 5.3L V8 EcoTec3, combined with GM’s 10-speed automatic transmission, with cars coming with both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The power of this unit is 355 hp. In addition, standard brakes include enhanced brakes, heavy-duty suspension, independent front torsion bar and anti-roll bar, multi-link rear suspension, high power output alternator and 760 A auxiliary battery.

A remote keyless entry with an increased operating distance and a protected idle mode are expected, which allows you to leave the engine running, but will not allow you to leave the car while the key is outside. Standards Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are basic for the multimedia complex of the machine, and there are additional USB ports along with OnStar Chevrolet Connected Services and 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot. Safety features include a frontal collision warning, assistance with holding a lane with a warning when you exit a occupied lane, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian recognition, and much more.