The German based automaker BMW has recently announced that two new police vehicles will be officially presented to the public at the General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference in Leipzig.
According to the car manufacturer, the two new BMW vehicles will be an X3 midsize crossover and a 3-Series Touring F31. These two special modified models are aimed towards the regional and the federal police. BMW says that the new 3-Series Touring generation, the F31, is coming with extra illumination and communication equipment and these will be operated through the iDrive system, which is being offered in standard.
The new BMW 3-Series Touring F31 generation will be revealed in a world premiere during the General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference in Leipzig because its official debut will be at the 2012 Paris Motor Show next month. Besides the F31 and the modified X3, BMW will also present, at the same event, a 7-Series High Security, which has been armored to VR7, an X5 Security which meets the VR4 and an i3 Concept which might become standard in some situations for the police over the next couple of years. The General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference will be held between the 11th and the 13th of September in Leipzig.