Vauxhall demonstrates an extended-range electric vehicle for law-enforcement agencies using cutting-edge crime-fighting technology that could be introduced into active police service by 2015. The General Motors subsidiary showcased the ’12 Ampera EREV, a version of the Chevrolet Volt, in police livery and loaded with the latest policing equipment at the Home Office’s Center of Applied Science and Technology stand at a police and security conference held in Farnborough, ...

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