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Dodge Goes Big, Leads in Tactical Technology:

Dodge Goes Big, Leads in Tactical Technology: Laptop-sized 12.1-inch Touchscreen Display Integrates Law Enforcement Systems and Innovative Uconnect Technology on 2016 Charger Pursuit Models

Segment-first integration of law enforcement data systems with 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit’s field proven, easy-to-use and award-winning Uconnect touchscreen system
Designed for police use, Uconnect’s familiar and intuitive interface allows for quick toggling between vehicle controls and nearly every plug-and-play police-designed computer system
Uconnect 12.1 is more than five times larger than Dodge Charger Pursuit’s standard Uconnect 5.0 system
Segment’s largest Uconnect 12.1-inch touchscreen built-in to Dodge Charger Pursuit’s instrument panel helps law enforcement officers keep their eyes on the road, not to the side
Focus on safety and security: unlike third-party solutions that require a bulky console-mounted computer screen, all-new Uconnect 12.1 does not obstruct front-driver and passenger air bags or interfere with occupant space
Tactical equipment: Uconnect 12.1 undergoes Dodge Charger Pursuit’s rigorous field testing and engineering requirements, and is backed with a 3-year/36,000-mile factory warranty
Available through FCA Fleet Operations, the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit with Uconnect 12.1 touchscreen display will be available for ordering in January, with production starting in March

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Dodge Charger Pursuit is going tactical in a big way for 2016, offering the heroic men and women who protect us with the all-new, and segment’s largest, Uconnect 12.1-inch built-in touchscreen that enables a segment-exclusive integration of law enforcement computer systems with the easy-to-use and award-winning Uconnect touchscreen system.

“As America’s high-performance police vehicle, Dodge Charger Pursuit is going big for 2016, offering a massive, Uconnect touchscreen system that streamlines a law enforcement officer’s computer system with our easy-to-use Uconnect system – on an all-new laptop-size 12.1-inch touchscreen display,” said Tim Kuniskis, President and CEO - Dodge and SRT Brands, and Vice President - Fleet Operations, FCA - North America. “Designed and tested to Charger Pursuit’s stringent test requirements, our all-new Uconnect 12.1 system is the latest piece of tactical hardware that is neatly integrated into the instrument panel for a mobile command center that could only be delivered from Dodge.”

All-new and police-exclusive Uconnect 12.1
Designed exclusively to give law enforcement officers the upper hand, the all-new Uconnect 12.1 touchscreen system provides a fully integrated and exclusive approach to Dodge Charger Pursuit’s mobile command capabilities.

Compared to the Dodge Charger Pursuit’s standard 5-inch display, the all-new Uconnect 12.1 features a 12.1-inch high-resolution touchscreen display that is more than five times larger in the center of the instrument panel. Uconnect 12.1 is ergonomically located and provides a large 1024 by 768 pixel display of Uconnect radio and vehicle controls, as well as the ability to toggle to a law enforcement officer’s computer via a menu bar at the top of the screen.

In addition, Charger Pursuit’s new Uconnect 12.1 system can split the touchscreen to display the familiar and award-winning 8.4-inch (640 by 480 pixels) Uconnect interface. Designed to be intuitive, Dodge Charger Pursuit’s cockpit includes redundant vehicle controls, such as radio and climate, located below the Uconnect system, while the driver can also use the switches on the back of the steering wheel, voice commands, the touchscreen display or the redundant knobs and buttons to control a bevy of vehicle options.

Designed for ease of integration and operation, the Uconnect 12.1 features a plug-and-play solution (Ethernet) to connect an officer’s mobile computer out of sight in the Dodge Charger Pursuit’s trunk. Uconnect 12.1 was also engineered and tested to work with an officer wearing gloves, plus extreme operating conditions as low as -40°C and as hot as 85°C.

For added upfit equipment control and capability, the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit’s Uconnect 12.1 also provides a fourth auxiliary button, adding to the three steering-wheel mounted auxiliary buttons managed through the Vehicle Systems Interference Module (VSIM). This elegant wiring solution makes installation of upfit equipment easier, as the system is capable of providing the appropriate power, ground and fusing for a variety of LED, lighting, siren, computer, modem or camera systems.

Designed with feedback from Dodge Law Enforcement’s 19-member Police Advisory Board

The development of the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit’s all-new Uconnect 12.1 touchscreen system was a team effort, combining the expertise of Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s law enforcement vehicle design, engineering, fleet and Uconnect teams, plus its 19-member Police Advisory Board (PAB) to answer the call for an integrated mobile command center solution.

Safety and security are the top priority when designing new tactical equipment for the Dodge Charger Pursuit. Uconnect 12.1 was conceptualized from the vehicle’s team of law enforcement specialists, as well as feedback from the field. Advancements in law enforcement have put highly effective new tools in the hands of police. Laptop computers with data protection protocols have replaced two-way radios for the transmission of sensitive information, such as crime scene details and suspect identities. Police vehicles are jam-packed with additional displays, mounting brackets and keyboards that not only compromise comfort, they pose a risk to officer safety in the event of a collision.

Initial feedback found that a traditional, center console-mounted laptop or screen positioned between driver and front passenger often added dangerous impact points or could even interfere with airbag deployment during a crash. In addition, these third-party upfit solutions were considered distractive to the officer’s outward vision and line-of-sight. Last, the ergonomics designed into the vehicle’s controls and even touchscreen displays were hindered by the installation of these bulky devices.

The Dodge Charger Pursuit’s team of law enforcement specialists saw a clear opportunity to adapt the easy-to-use Uconnect interface for the benefit of police officers and their mobile technologies. In 2012, the team provided Uconnect 12.1 system prototypes in the Los Angeles Police Department’s Dodge Charger Pursuit test vehicles. And now, the all-new Uconnect 12.1 system is ready and available to all 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit customers.

Uconnect 12.1 includes the latest upgrades for 2016
The all-new Uconnect 12.1 leverages the strengths and continued improvements of the Uconnect touchscreen family. Innovative features on the segment’s largest touchscreen include, Bluetooth connectivity for mobile devices, Bluetooth streaming audio, ParkView rear back-up camera, SD Card slot, plus USB and auxiliary ports.

“As technology continues to evolve, the next wave of Uconnect features and services is in constant progression and our latest Charger Pursuit application with our massive 12.1-inch touchscreen display is just a taste of our in-house capabilities to expand and integrate different technologies for our customers,” said Joni Christensen, Head of Uconnect Marketing. “This is a great opportunity to adapt our easy-to-use Uconnect system to benefit law enforcement officers, making it even easier to keep their hand on the wheel and eyes on the road.”

Uconnect 12.1 is introducing new features that include the all-new Drag and Drop menu bar, Siri Eyes Free and Do Not Disturb features, which can be viewed via the 12.1-inch touchscreen.

Drag and Drop Menu Bar: Dodge Charge Pursuit customers now can simply drag their favorite feature or service icon from the apps menu and move them to their Uconnect system’s main menu bar.
Siri Eyes Free: Via the voice button on the steering wheel and compatible with an Apple iPhone 4s or later, with Siri Eyes Free drivers can speak natural language voice commands to send text messages, play music, set reminders, place phone calls and access turn-by-turn directions. Drivers simply push and hold the voice recognition button on the steering wheel until the Siri Eyes Free screen appears on the touchscreen and they can hear the audible tones.
Do Not Disturb: Drivers of the Dodge Charge Pursuit who prefer not be interrupted with phone calls or text messages while driving can choose to turn on the new “Do Not Disturb” and “Reply with Text Message” feature. Located within the Uconnect system’s phone screen, once enabled with the push of a button or via voice command, the Do Not Disturb icon will route all incoming mobile calls to voicemail and suppress text messages. If the driver chooses to enable the Do Not Disturb feature, they also have the ability to send a default or customized response once a call or text message is received.


About 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit

Dodge brand recognizes that the heroic men and women who protect us must be equipped with the best-performing pursuit-rated vehicle, loaded with tactical equipment and technology. And for 2016, the Dodge Charger Pursuit – America’s high-performance police vehicle – delivers with world-class safety and security, technology and pursuit-rated hardware, all while offering 370 best-in-class horsepower, factory-installed Mopar upfit packages and the segment’s most advanced all-wheel-drive (AWD) system for maximum tactical performance, all-weather traction and fuel-efficiency.
 

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Press Kit: 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit

Press Kit: 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit

Engineered For Those Who Protect Us: 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Continues Performance and Factory-installed Tactical Equipment Leadership in the Pursuit-rated Sedan Segment


Charger Pursuit V-8 and V-8 all-wheel-drive (AWD) models deliver 370 best-in-class horsepower for best-in-class acceleration performance needed for police-fleet duty, including 0-to-60 mph in less than 6 seconds
Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8 AWD features the most advanced all-wheel-drive system in the segment, delivering maximum all-weather traction and fuel-efficiency
Driver-focused cockpit is designed to be a mobile command center with world-class materials, police-duty upgrades and state-of-the-art technologies
Styling for Charger Pursuit draws on its late-1960s heritage, while infusing an aggressive and visually lightened look with sleek styling
Up to an EPA estimated 26 miles per gallon (mpg) highway with aluminum 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with 292 horsepower, 260 lb.-ft. of torque and available E-85 flex-fuel capability
Factory-installed Mopar upfit equipment includes three-year/36,000-mile warranty and one-stop shopping for law enforcement customers

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Dodge brand recognizes that the heroic men and women who protect us must be equipped with the best-performing pursuit-rated vehicle, loaded with tactical equipment and technology. And for 2016, the Dodge Charger Pursuit – America’s high-performance police vehicle – delivers with world-class safety and security, technology and pursuit-rated hardware, all while offering 370 best-in-class horsepower, factory-installed Mopar upfit packages and the segment’s most advanced all-wheel-drive (AWD) system for maximum tactical performance, all-weather traction and fuel-efficiency.

America’s high-performance police vehicle delivers 370 best-in-class horsepower, proven architecture
Designed and engineered to be America’s high-performance police vehicle, the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit V-6 and V-8 models provide law-enforcement with two uncompromised, high-performance engines that deliver world-class levels of power, refinement, technology and fuel efficiency.

Delivering best-in-class power, the Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8 with its 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine unleashes 370 horsepower, 390 lb.-ft. of torque, 0-to-60 mile per hour (mph) in less than 6 seconds and up to 26 miles per gallon (mpg) highway with innovative four-cylinder mode Fuel Saver Technology. The legendary Charger Pursuit powertrain set the fastest-ever lap time at the 2012 Model Year Michigan State Police (MSP) Vehicle Evaluation (1:33.70) at the Grattan Raceway in Belding, Michigan.

In addition, Dodge Charger Pursuit V-6 with its aluminum 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine delivers 292 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque and offers E-85 flex-fuel capability and up to 26 mpg highway.

With superior ride and handling, the Dodge Charger Pursuit features the second-generation large car RWD architecture from FCA US LLC, with performance-tuned suspension, load-leveling NIVOMAT shocks, 14.5-inch front and 13.8-inch rear pursuit-rated brake package, front- and rear-stabilizer bars, 18-inch performance tires on steel wheels and two-mode electronic stability control (ESC).

Mobile command center with state-of-the-art technologies
As the Charger Pursuit was designed and engineered alongside the 2016 Dodge Charger, the driver-focused interior has been significantly upgraded with the high-tech treatment. A 7-inch full-color driver information display (DID) gauge cluster offers more than 100 intuitive ways to customize how information is presented. At the center, the latest Uconnect 5.0 system with 5-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth is standard equipment, providing convenience and access to the standard handsfree Uconnect Phone.

Framing the Charger’s instrument cluster is a three-spoke thick rim sport steering wheel. The buttons to control driver information functions are now larger and illuminated to make them easier to operate. Buttons for Uconnect and mobile phone access now reside along the bottom edge of the horizontal spokes, while audio controls are found on the back of the steering wheel spokes. For added convenience, the steering wheel includes remappable auxiliary buttons that can be programmed to operate aftermarket police equipment.

Developed with the guidance of the brand’s Police Advisory Board, the Dodge Charger Pursuit features a mobile-command interior with a vehicle systems interface module for easy equipment integration, police-duty front seats with unique bolstering to accommodate officers’ belt-mounted gear and column-mounted shifter with Auto Stick to free up space for center-console mounted controls.

Confident “superhero” stance

Spiritually inspired by the iconic second-generation Charger from the late 1960s, Charger Pursuit is easily recognizable thanks to its signature Coke-bottle design with scalloped body sides, sinister front crosshairs, aggressive stance and signature LED “racetrack” tail lamps.

Starting up front, the forward-leaning fascia gives Charger Pursuit a confident, superhero stance. Slim, elongated DRLs and a split-crosshair grille enhance the width of the sedan, while Dodge logos are echoed in the outside corner of each headlamp for added detail. In profile, the 2016 Charger Pursuit carries forward its muscular Coke-bottle styling, with streamlined side scallops, while headlamps and tail lamps are wrapped around each corner for a more lightweight look. At the rear, the C-pillar provides Charger Pursuit with a pronounced fastback appearance. The signature “racetrack” LED tail lamp features a continuous glowing light ribbon technology that ties in the family resemblance to other Dodge products.

Advanced safety and security features
In addition to its standing as a 2013 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) “Top Safety Pick,” the Dodge Charger Pursuit surrounds the heroic men and women who protect with uncompromising safety and security technology, including standard advanced multistage driver and front passenger air bags, seat-mounted side-thorax air bags, supplemental side-curtain air bags for front and rear outboard passengers and a driver’s knee bag.

Mopar factory upfit equipment provides customers with quality-tested equipment and hassle-free ordering and servicing
Dodge and Mopar have teamed up to offer law enforcement officers the ability to customize their Charger Pursuit to their exact specifications, right from the manufacturer. To enhance Dodge Charger Pursuit’s world-class levels of technology, safety, handling and efficient power, Mopar worked with leading-industry upfit suppliers to develop the best combination of tactical equipment and performance.

Mopar conducted extensive testing to ensure that its police upfit equipment meets and exceeds the heavy-duty durability cycle and tests requirements of the Dodge Charger Pursuit.

The Base Police Prep Package for the Dodge Charger Pursuit includes the following:

Emergency equipment electrical system wire harness: Capable of providing the appropriate power, ground and fusing for a variety of LED, lighting, siren, computer, modem or camera systems. The wire harness integrates with both the Vehicle Systems Interference Module (VSIM) 24-way connector and the 12-pin connector that FCA US provides at the console
Power distribution center (PDC): Contains the fusing and relays for circuits contained in the wire harness. The PDC is supplied from the battery with two 100-amp main fuses. These fuses are separated in order to accommodate departments that wish to control some circuits with a timing device. For installers who want to use timer systems to prevent power drains on the battery, the PDC will accept the device’s output and channel it to the usual elements controlled by timers, including camera, computer, modem and printer systems
Slide-out trunk tray: Provides a stable, easily accessible platform on which the installer can position and install electrical equipment. The trunk tray provides a 37.5-inch by 19-inch mounting surface for electrical and communications gear. Locking slides provide movement, allowing a technician easier access to equipment mounted to the tray. An industry-first integral ground buss bar helps eliminate poor grounding, the most common police equipment issue.
The tray is adjustable and allows for a variety of equipment heights and needs
Trunk air-circulation fan: Stabilizes trunk temperature in a relatively short period of time, helping all trunk-mounted electronic equipment to function properly by circulating heated or cooled air from the driver’s compartment into the trunk area
Siren speaker: Provides a 100-watt siren driver that is certified to meet SAE Class A and California Title XIII requirements when matched with an appropriate siren amplifier. Given that the system is mounted behind the grille, the look of the vehicle remains clean, while the siren location does not impact engine cooling


The Wiring Prep Package for the Dodge Charger Pursuit includes the following:

Emergency equipment electrical system wire harness: Capable of providing the appropriate power, ground and fusing for a variety of LED, lighting, siren, computer, modem or camera systems. The wire harness integrates with both the Vehicle Systems Interference Module (VSIM) 24-way connector and the 12-pin connector that FCA US provides at the console
Power distribution center (PDC): Contains the fusing and relays for circuits contained in the wire harness. The PDC is supplied from the battery with two 100-amp main fuses. These fuses are separated in order to accommodate departments that wish to control some circuits with a timing device. For installers who want to use timer systems to prevent power drains on the battery, the PDC will accept the device’s output and channel it to the usual elements controlled by timers, including camera, computer, modem and printer systems


In addition to these packages, the following Mopar parts may be ordered separately:

Police floor console
Spare-tire relocation bracket
Horizontal and vertical vinyl graphics
Ballistic door panels for driver and passenger doors (Protection: NIJ Level III+)
Steel seat back inserts for driver and passenger seats


Dodge Charger offers more than 55 available safety and security features; leverages state-of-the-art driver-assist features
Driver warning and assist, chassis control and brake systems
Available systems featuring ultrasonic, camera and other technologies combine to offer the driver nearly 360-degree awareness:

All-speed traction control system: While driving, helps keep wheels from spinning during acceleration from a stop or at speed by applying brakes alone or in combination with engine torque limitation (standard)
Anti-lock brake system (ABS): Senses and prevents wheel lockup, offering improved steering control under extreme braking and/or slippery conditions (standard)
Brake assist: System applies maximum braking power in emergency braking situations, minimizing stopping distance
Brake-lock differential system (BLDS): Allows the vehicle to maintain forward motion if one or two wheels lose traction by selectively and aggressively applying brakes to the spinning wheels
Brake-throttle override: Allows driver to stop the vehicle when throttle and brake inputs occur simultaneously; electronic throttle control reduces engine-power output until vehicle stops or pedal inputs cease
Brake/park interlock: Prevents the transmission from being shifted out of “Park” unless the brake pedal is pushed (standard)
Brake traction-control system (BTCS): Helps to keep wheels from spinning during acceleration from a stop or during slow speeds by applying individual brakes to the slipping wheel(s)
Electronic brake-force distribution (EBD): Optimizes stopping distances and control under all vehicle-loading conditions by regulating braking pressure, front-to-rear (standard)
Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM): Uses input from electronic stability control (ESC) sensors to anticipate potential rollover conditions; applies brakes individually and modulates the throttle position to help driver maintain control (standard)
Electronic stability control (ESC): Enhances directional control and stability of vehicle in various driving conditions; activation occurs when steering-wheel angle differs inconsistent with vehicle; automatically reduces throttle input and/or selectively deploys brakes to counteract oversteer or understeer (standard)
Hill-start Assist: Assists drivers when starting from stop on a hill; maintains brake pressure for short period of time after driver’s foot is removed from the brake pedal; if throttle is not applied within short period of time thereafter, brake pressure will be released (standard)
ParkView rear backup camera: Provides wide-angle view of area immediately behind vehicle, giving driver greater peace of mind before reversing; features dynamic grid lines to aid driver when maneuvering into parking spaces or narrow areas; also assists when lining up trailer to vehicle’s hitch, when so equipped; image displayed on the navigation screen when the transmission is shifted into reverse
Rain brake support: In rainy conditions, occasionally pushes brake pads lightly against brake rotors to keep rotors dry (standard)
Ready Alert Braking (RAB): Anticipates situations when driver may initiate an emergency brake stop and uses ESC pump to set brake pads against rotors, decreasing time required for full brake application


Occupant restraint technology

Active head restraints: Deploy during collision; designed to reduce injuries by minimizing gap between occupant’s head the head restraint (standard)
Advanced multistage driver and front-passenger air bags: Inflate with force appropriate to the severity of the impact; meet FMVSS 208 advanced air bag requirements for smaller, out-of-position occupants (standard)
All-row, full-length side-curtain air bags: Extend to all outboard front- and rear-seat passengers; housed in headliner above side windows, each side air bag has its own impact sensor that triggers deployment on the side of the vehicle where impact occurs
BeltAlert: Activates chime and/or illuminates icon in instrument cluster to remind driver and front passenger to buckle up if vehicle is driven without belted front-seat occupants (standard)
Child seat anchor system: LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) designed to ease installation of compatible aftermarket child seats (standard)
Constant-force retractors: Regulates force exerted on occupant by seat belt, then gradually releases webbing in controlled manner (standard)
Front seat-belt pretensioners: During a collision, impact sensors initiate front seat-belt pretensioners to remove slack in the seat-belt system, thereby reducing the forward movement of the occupant’s head and torso (standard)
Front-seat-mounted side pelvic thorax bags: Help provide enhanced protection to driver and front passenger in certain impacts; each side air bag has its own impact sensor that triggers deployment on side where an impact occurs
Driver’s side knee air bag: Deploys with advanced multistage driver air bag; located below instrument panel, device designed to properly position occupant during impact (standard)
Height-adjustable seat belts (front-row): Outboard seat belts feature height adjustment, allowing for seat belt to be placed in optimal position for any driver
Occupant restraint controller: Detects crash and determines if air bag deployment, and degree of same, is appropriate; front seat-belt pretensioners also managed through the controller (standard)
Three-point seat belts: Lap and shoulder belts; all five seating positions


Structural systems


Energy-absorbing steering column: Manual-adjust steering column features two hydroformed coaxial tubes that move relative to each other to allow for enhanced energy absorption during an impact; power-adjust steering column employs a calibrated bending element that deforms during column stroke for optimal energy management (standard)
Front and rear crumple zones: Specially formed structural members that crumple and absorb energy in a collision, helping protect the occupant cabin
Laminated glass: Plastic sandwiched between glass panes to provide added strength; discourages break-ins
Safety cage body structure: Helps protect occupants by managing and controlling energy in the event of an impact
Side-guard door beams: Reinforcement beams inside the doors that help provide occupant protection in certain side collisions


Lighting and visibility systems


Active turn signals: Turn signal flashes three times when stalk is depressed for one second (standard)
Auto-adjust exterior mirrors: Side-view mirrors automatically adjust to accommodate rear view when vehicle shifted into reverse
Automatic headlamps: Headlamps turn on and off automatically depending on exterior light levels and if windshield wipers are operating (standard)
Center high-mount stop lamp: Illuminates when brakes applied; makes vehicle more visible in traffic (standard)
Daytime running lamps (DRL): Low-intensity halogen or signature LED lights that illuminate during daytime conditions, increasing vehicle’s visibility to other drivers
Heated windshield washer nozzles: Delivers heated washer fluid to more efficiently clear windshield in inclement weather
Halogen infrared reflecting bulbs (HIR): Unique component coating delivers greater light output than conventional bulbs
LED tail lamps: Provide dual-function illumination (brake, stop, turn and running light functions); light-emitting diode technology ensures light output is consistent throughout the tail lamp
Rear-window electric defrost: Automatically activates with remote start when ambient temperature is below prescribed threshold


Emergency connectivity and other safety and security features

The Dodge Charger benefits from the unique and widely acclaimed Uconnect technology from FCA US:

Auto-reverse windows: Automatically reverses when it senses an obstruction while closing
Capless fuel-filler door: Enables fuel-filling simplicity (standard)
Child-protection rear door locks: Disables rear doors inside-release handle by adjusting a small lever opposite the doorjamb (standard)
Electronic locking fuel filler door: Prevents theft or tampering, which can lead to damage, inefficiency and unwanted fuel vapor release
Express up/down windows: One-touch express up/down window button located on the front driver and passenger-side door
Intelligent battery sensor (IBS): Continually measures flow of current into and out of battery; if battery is running low, system shuts off less-critical electrical systems to conserve power; icon in cluster denotes activation (standard)
Inside emergency trunk-lid release: Glow-in-the-dark handle enables unlocking from inside trunk (standard)
Keyless Enter ‘n Go: Electronic sensors detect if unique vehicle key fob is present, which enables passive cabin entry and trunk access; illuminates interior lamps and enables push-button ignition – no need to insert key (standard)
Remote keyless entry: Locks and unlocks doors and turns on interior lamps. If vehicle is equipped with security alarm, remote also arms and disarms system (standard)
Secure Park: Segment exclusive system, which prevents idling cars from being driven without the key fob in the car
Sentry Key engine immobilizer: Utilizes engine key with embedded transponder and preprogrammed security code to discourage vehicle theft; when key is inserted into the ignition, controller sends a random number to the transponder and engine is allowed to start; engine will shut off after a few seconds if an incorrect key is used (standard)
Speed-sensitive door locks: System automatically locks doors when vehicle acceleration reaches prescribed threshold (standard)
Stealth Mode: Dims lighting on the cluster screen and Uconnect system to decrease visibility of the vehicle
Tilt-and-telescoping steering column: Allows steering column to tilt and move toward or away from the driver to achieve a safe and comfortable distance from the advanced multi-stage front driver air bag, if deployed
Tire-pressure monitoring (TPM) system – Lock-on Sync: Standard feature informs driver when tire pressure is too low; pressure-sensor modules within valve stems of all four wheels send continuous radio-frequency signals to a receiver (standard; available system uses graphic display to indicate tire-specific pressure)
Uconnect Voice Command with Bluetooth: Voice-recognition technology enables drivers to use Bluetooth-enabled phones while keeping their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road


The Dodge Charger Pursuit, equipped with Mopar’s police equipment, is available through FCA US LLC Fleet Operations (www.fleet.chrysler.com). The Dodge Charger Pursuit is manufactured at the FCA US Brampton, Ontario, Assembly plant.

 

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2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Police Car


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The 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Police Car is already one of the most badass cars on the street but as Roman Discovered at CES in Las Vegas this year the car just got a little bit better.
 
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