DETROIT — The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe continues its tradition of providing law enforcement with capable and dependable vehicles. The next-generation Tahoe is available in two law enforcement packages: the Tahoe Police Pursuit Vehicle is designed for high speeds and dynamic capability with the added comfort needed from an everyday patrol vehicle; the Special Service Vehicle is more focused on off-road and towing needs where high-speed operations are not required.
As we reflect on the seventeenth anniversary of the attacks on 9/11, we would like to share the story of very special customers we had the opportunity to work with earlier this year, the United States Honor Flag team.
"An electric car moving at speed but producing next to zero noise could give new meaning to the term "silent but deadly." That's why the U.S. Department of Transportation has drafted legislation to ensure that, starting in 2020, all [electric vehicles] and hybrids must emit some sort of noise at any speed over 19 miles per hour. Turns out, though, that there could potentially be one exception to the rule." Jeremy Korzeniewski for autoblog.com
The best look yet at the redesigned 2020 Ford Explorer crossover, one of the top-selling U.S. light trucks, emerged Wednesday when a photographer captured images of the next Ford Explorer Police Interceptor Hybrid nearly undisguised on the streets of Dearborn, Mich., home to the company's chief engineering center.
CAP Fleet Upfitters is an authorized Chevrolet SVM Bailment Pool provider for law enforcement vehicles. What does that mean? We have a pool of vehicles available to be upfitted by CAP Fleet and sold through any Chevrolet dealer in the United States!