Holden has officially introduced the new Cruze police car, in Australia, as the Victoria Police has already taken delivery of the first batch of vehicles.
The Holden Cruze will be used to fight crime across the Australian continent as the first units of the vehicle have been delivered to Victoria Police. The model in question has been based on the Cruze Sri sedan and it is going to be seen on the streets in just a few days, as October is the key word here.
“Cruze has all the attributes to make it an excellent patrol car. Its city-friendly size and power combined with its specific tuning for Australian roads ensures the police are in good hands. We are very proud of our strong relationship with Victoria Police and are very confident these Holden vehicles will perform extremely well”, said the Holden executive director of sales, Peter Keley.
As we have mentioned above, the new Holden Cruze police cruiser has been based on the Cruze Sri sedan. The model in question is making use of a 1.6 liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine, which is capable of putting down a total of 177 HP (132 kW) and a peak torque of 230 Nm (170 lb-ft). The vehicle is also coming with the MyLink infotainment system in the cabin, along with a 7-inch display. The exterior design has received the blue and white livery, along with the emergency lights. You can take a closer look at it in the small photo gallery posted below.