Vauxhall has revealed its latest five-door Astra police car.
The car will be used by 54 constabularies in the UK and is seen in these pictures in the Metropolitan Police’s livery.
The Vauxhall Astra police car has been developed by Vauxhall’s Special Vehicle Operations unit at Millbrook.
Changes over a standard Astra include a centre console converted to work with police radio header units, video capture facilities and mobile data terminals. All features are integrated into the Astra’s interior without the need for custom trim installations.
Vauxhall's manager of vehicle conversions, Dick Ellam, said, "With the new Astra, Vauxhall is offering the UK's police constabularies a vehicle which is not only superior dynamically to its predecessor but which also has the scope for much improved integration with the systems law enforcement demands.
“We are particularly proud that this integration allows the devices needed by the police service to be mounted within the standard architecture of the car's interior.”