Tenn. PD Adds 20 Chargers to Replace Crown Vics

August 04, 2014

The Knoxville (Tenn.) Police Department is finalizing upfitting for 20 Dodge Charger Pursuit patrol cars, as it begins phasing out aging Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors.

The agency, which has called the Charger its "car of the future," chose the vehicle after six months of testing of five potential replacements, reports WATE. The agency also plans to switch to silver from the traditional white for its color scheme.

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