Redesigns of Dodge right-hand drive vehicles are not new to Australia. SCD Remanufactured Vehicles is one of the companies that is undertaking such a painstaking transformation.
In Australia, thanks to the skillful hands of local tuners, a right-hand drive Dodge Charger Pursuit appeared, trying on a police livery. The Australian edition of CarExpert is rolling out about the new SCD project. Moreover, the tuners remade two sedans at once.
The cars came to Australia from Ontario, Canada. They are speculated to be used by the Queensland Police, but as of this writing, this has not yet been officially confirmed. While the Charger Pursuit can be ordered with both an all-wheel-drive V6 and a rear-wheel drive V8, the police cars converted for Australia are powered by a Pentastar V6 engine.
One is rear-wheel drive and the other is all-wheel drive. At the same time, SCD specialists are ready to adapt to the customer.
The Charger Pursuit gets black steel wheels, dedicated front police seats with seat belts, four programmable auxiliary switches and more to help law enforcement get the job done.
There are light bars on the roof, and the sedans themselves are equipped with bulletproof doors and windows.
Queensland Police are currently using the Kia Stinger in their fleet, along with a batch of recently ordered Toyota hybrid vehicles, according to CarExpert. These cars are used as patrol cars. And the backbone of the local police fleet is the Australian-made Holdens V8 sedans and Ford sedans.
Earlier, AutoTimesNews said that the new Korean electric car Kia EV6 increased its electric mileage to 528 km even before the start of sales. The automaker has improved the range of the rear-wheel drive modification.