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Lotus Evora Tries Out Police Uniform in the UK

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Lotus has loaned a brand new Evora to the boys in blue at the Central Motorway Police Group (CPMG). The police-liveried version of the British sports car was officially revealed at this week's Autosport International Show at Birmingham’s NEC. Once its show duties are over, the sports car maker will hand the keys of the Evora to West Midland's police officers who will then trial the car for a two week test period.


Gino Rosato, Director of Corporate Operations at Lotus comments: ‘Lotus is proud to take part in this and similar initiatives to help create a safer road culture for our customers and other road users. We believe that you do not have to compromise fun for speed and to that effect we build sportscars that are fun to drive within legal limits! We will be working with Officers from CMPG to teach them how to get the best from the Lotus Evora at our test track to ensure that any high-speed activity is as safe and effective as possible.”

PC Steven Rounds from, CMPG said: “The Lotus is a visually stunning machine which offers us the opportunity to engage with the public, reinforce and promote the life-saving messages of road safety.”




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6 Comments:

Shawnz said... »January 15, 2011

A great car being put to great use...

Anonymous said... »January 15, 2011

That's not nearly as amazing looking as I'd expected from the title. Oh well.

Anonymous said... »January 16, 2011

At least the British police are using British cars for once
what happened to its car industry i always see the British police using vauxhalls and skodas why not support British industry

Uk Stu. said... »January 16, 2011

So the rest of the force get new 'Protons' as their panda (squad) cars.

para said... »January 16, 2011

What is it with the British tendency to promote cars by putting them into police livery? Sure it also happens elsewhere, but something like four out of five "recent" such events hail from the UK.

Anonymous said... »January 17, 2011

tossers in a kit car shocker.

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