New Jersey Police Debuts Retro Anniversary Vehicles

Screencapture: Facebook/NJSP video

The New Jersey State Police debuted 10 new retro-style vehicles to commemorate its 100th anniversary. The Ford SUVs feature a single overhead emergency light and throwback logo inspired by troop cars used in the 1960s, according to the department.

The cars will be used on regular patrols, and in a video, the Police Department warned motorists these are actual trooper cars they must stop for and can seek help from.

The new cruisers are more high-tech than their predecessors, with new body-worn camera systems linked to the car’s microphone, according to News12 The Bronx.

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