Audi Super Bowl ad: what trikes did the Green Police ride? The T3 Series

Audi Green Police ad – Click above to watch video after the jump

Now that the Super Bowl is over and the Audi Green Police commercial has aired without harm, one of the companies peripherally connected to the ad, T3 Motion, is proudly proclaiming their product's use by said police force. The product is the T3 Series electric trike, which has sold over 2,000 units and is used by police and security forces around the country (we've featured the trike on these pages before). The T3 Series can go up to 20 miles per hour and uses swappable batteries. Now, what's up with the company's CT3 personal commuter vehicle?

Back to the Audi ad. We also think there's a GEM electric vehicle that the Green Police use, which means Audi likes Chrysler EVs. As for what the anteater-like critter sniffing cars in the roadblock scene is, we'll leave it up to the zoologists out there to let us know. Watch the ad after the jump.

[Source: T3 Motion, Inc.]


T3 Series Electric Vehicles by T3 Motion Featured as 'Green Police' in Super Bowl XLIV Audi A3 TDI(R) Commercial

60-Second Commercial Broadcast in Fourth Quarter Estimated to Reach Worldwide Audience of 100 Million

COSTA MESA, Calif., Feb. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- T3 Motion, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: TMMM) received worldwide exposure for its iconic clean-energy T3 Series Electric Stand-up Vehicle (ESV) in last night's Super Bowl XLIV broadcast. Four of the vehicles were featured in a 60-second commercial by Audi entitled "Green Police" promoting their diesel wagon, the A3 TDI® (Green Car Journal's 2010 Green Car of the Year®). Rock and roll legends Cheap Trick rewrote the lyrics to their hit song, "Dream Police," for the soundtrack to the commercial which aired in the fourth quarter of the worldwide broadcast to an estimated television audience of over 100 million viewers.

Since 2006, T3 Motion, Inc. has deployed over 2,000 T3 Series ESVs around the world and over 5,000 of its proprietary power management systems with swappable Lithium-ion batteries. The T3 Series has become a daily tool for public safety, government and security applications for over 500 agencies. Examples include police departments in Los Angeles, New York, Miami-Dade, Dallas, Acapulco and Montreal as well as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Airports using the T3 Series include Los Angeles, Atlanta, JFK in New York, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Toronto and Vancouver. They can also be found at the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Seattle. Government deployments include the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force and the United States Postal Service.

The T3 Series has been selected for a wide range of security applications by companies such as Target, Simon Property Group, Securitas, G4S/Wackenhut, Allied Barton, Andrews International, Disneyland, Marriott, NBC Universal, Google, Apple and eBay. Campus deployments include the University of Southern California, UCLA, Duke University, Florida State University and Princeton University. Other deployments include the Staples Center in Los Angeles during Lakers games, major retail venues such as the Beverly Center in Beverly Hills and the Pier Shops at Caesar's in Atlantic City, and medical facilities like the Cleveland Clinic and Kaiser-Permanente. In addition to the North American market, the T3 Series has been deployed in the Bahamas, Bermuda, Guatemala, Holland, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates.

The four T3 Series ESVs were selected by production vehicle specialists Picture Car Warehouse and advertising agency Venables Bell & Partners to represent the "Green Police" clean-technology patrol vehicles seen throughout commercial. Special "Green Police" graphics were designed and applied to each of the vehicles. The commercial was filmed in Southern California in January 2010.

"We are very excited that our electric T3 Series vehicles were featured in the Super Bowl XLIV commercial with Audi. The dynamic on-screen portrayal of the T3s in the ad were directly in line with our clean energy, zero gas emission message," said Ki Nam, CEO of T3 Motion, Inc. "It is gratifying to know that our T3 Series vehicles not only promote the image of command presence, but also promote the message of green energy, no matter where they are deployed."

"Green Police" commercial:

About the T3 Series ESV

Made in the USA, reaching speeds up to 20 mph, and designed with the input of law enforcement and security industry professionals, the T3 Series features a zero-degree turning radius and compact design, perfect for maneuvering through crowds and tight spaces. Also unique to the T3 Series is the most user-friendly, intuitive operation in a vehicle of its kind, giving the rider a sense of superior stability and command presence.

The quiet, environmentally friendly, zero gas emission vehicles include an integrated LED lighting system and an incomparable low cost of operation. They run for less than 10 cents per day and never require any downtime due to their two rechargeable, lightweight batteries (Power Modules) that can be easily swapped out while in use for continual deployment and an unlimited range.

About T3 Motion, Inc.

T3 Motion, Inc. (OTCBB: TMMM) revolutionized the world of professional grade vehicles with the introduction of its flagship clean-energy, electric T3 Series law enforcement vehicles at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in October 2006. Headquartered in County, California, the company is dedicated to raising the bar on environmental standards as well as law enforcement and security capabilities through clean technology. For more information on T3 Motion, Inc. and its signature alternative energy T3 Series Electric Stand-up Vehicles (ESVs), CT Micro Car and the upcoming CT3 consumer vehicle, visit or call 714-619-3600.

This press release contains forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties, including, without limitation, continued acceptance of the Company's products, increased levels of competition for the Company, new products and technological changes, the Company's dependence upon third-party suppliers, intellectual property rights, and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission

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