The company introduced the Dodge police and fire version of the SUV Durango. Both modifications of the model will be available for order such as special services, as well as ordinary customers.
Police US state of Michigan dynamic tests conducted five cars, specially trained for service in law enforcement. The winner was a sedan Ford Taurus Interceptor, which could accelerate to 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) for 5.66 seconds.
Special version is different from civil Durango by more capacious battery, enhanced brakes, air suspension, 220-amp alternator, more powerful cooling system and more efficient oil cooler. Instead of the third row seat SUV received additional luggage space to store equipment and special equipment.
The list of optional equipment is also additional protection bottoms, Uconnect multimedia system and rear view camera.
The SUV will be offered with a 3.6-liter 290-strong “six”, as well as the 5.7-liter V8 HEMI engine with 360 horsepower. The unit works in tandem with the new eight diapasons automatic transmission. Production of special vehicles will begin later this year.