- May 12, 2010
AFVI 2010: Xtreme Green brings its zero-emission police force
Xtreme Green police vehicles – Click above for high-res image gallery
Xtreme Green Products didn't need to drive far to attend the AFVI Expo. The Las Vegas-based company was on home turf to show off two of its four electric vehicles designed for police use. Even so the company's standard electric scooter and other options were nowhere to be found. As a fleet show, the police-specific rides were probably the best to bring, anyway.
On the left we have the Police Pro ATV, which can go up to 45 miles per hour and has a maximum estimated range of about 75 miles off of a full charge. Built for both off-road and on-road use, the Police Pro ATV can operate in either two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive mode and has a 100 amp hour, 72 volt lithium ion battery.
The three-wheeled scooter on the right looks a lot like the T3 Series vehicles that were used in the Audi Green Police Super Bowl ad but is actually the Sentinel PMV (that's police mobility vehicle). The Sentinel can go up to 29 mph and has an 80-mile range at 10 mph. The T3, by comparison, can go up to 25 mph and has a 75-mile range with the biggest optional battery pack.
Photos by Sebastian Blanco / Copyright ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.