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Uconnect screen accommodates police applications and vehicle-system operation.

Uconnect screen accommodates police applications and vehicle-system operation.

  • Prototype Uconnect display eliminates clutter for improved ergonomics, officer safety
  • Expands Uconnect’s largest screen to 12.1 inches
  • Award-winning Uconnect interface integrated with law-enforcement applications
  • L.A.P.D. to receive test vehicles for real-world evaluation

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2012 Dodge Charger Pursuit Pace Car

2012 Dodge Charger Pursuit Pace Car

  • NASCAR Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series races in Phoenix on March 3 and 4 mark Dodge Charger Pursuit pace car debuts
  • Benchmark setting: 2012 Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8’s record-setting lap time at Michigan State Police’s annual evaluation test (1:33.70) highlights the segment’s best combination of acceleration, braking, handling and dynamics
  • Dodge Charger Pursuit V-8 delivers the best-in-class acceleration needed for police-fleet duty, including 0-to 60 mph in under 6 seconds
  • Mopar® offers six factory-installed police upfit packages to provide one-stop shopping for law enforcement customers

“Under the Pentastar” is a quick video recap of significant events at Chrysler Group LLC over the past week. The top stories for the week ending September 30, 2011, include Ram Truck brand reveals extended RamBox, the Crew and Quad Cab 1500 Express and the Ram 1500 Tradesman Heavy Duty at the Texas State Fair; Ram Truck launches a new Hispanic ad campaign; the 2012 Dodge Charger Pursuit police car sets fastest lap time in Michigan State Police Vehicle Evaluation test at Michigan’s Grattan Raceway; and 2011 Dodge Viper ACR recaptures production car lap record at Germany’s famed Nürburgring road course.

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