With a six-cylinder, 3.6-liter petrol engine, or the legendary 5.8 V8 Hemi block, Dodge’s two new police interceptor vehicles, the Durango Pursuit and the Charger Pursuit, are available on request. Both models received a new eight-speed automatic transmission; the sedan is rear-wheel drive and the recreational vehicle is tracked by all-wheel drive.
The information published is rather patchy, but the manufacturer has revealed that the Dodge Charger has a top speed of 225 km / h even in the smaller engine version, that the car does not lack modern smartphone connectivity and that the maximum permissible gross weight has been increased to 2,450 kilograms, prepared for the weight of extra accessories.
We don’t even know much about the Durango – the biggest news is that the transmission has been moved to the dashboard, that the black wheels have been chrome-plated and the front seats can be used comfortably without removing the weapon belt thanks to their special design. Four programmable switches are located on the instrument panel.
The Durango is also available in a police dog-friendly design, which means not only plastic flooring but also a three-zone air conditioner. The top speed of a police SUV is 210 km / h, which, however, as with the Charger, can be modified by the user authority to suit its own needs.