PULLOVER! Tesla Model 3 Joins Police Force | New Era in Police Vehicle

PULLOVER! Tesla Model 3 Joins Police Force | New Era in Police Vehicle

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Tesla Model 3 has been Selected as New Police Vehicle by Dallas County. Tesla Vehicles have become the go-to EV for Police Departments around the World. Elon Musk-owned Electric Vehicle company Tesla has Reportedly built its Police Car. As Brooks told the policeman, he was not driving the car. And that is true. The software was. The Most Obvious Advantage Of The Tesla Model 3 For The Dallas County Police Is Its Very Quick Acceleration. The Top-of-line Performance Trim Is The Quickest Of The Model 3 Trims. With Its Dual Electric Motors And An All-wheel Drive System, It Boasts A 0-60 Mph Acceleration Time Of Only 3.1 Seconds. The Model 3 Performance Has A Top Speed Of 162 Mph. Another Advantage Of The Tesla Model 3 Performance For The Dallas County Police Is Its Abundance Of State-of-the-art Technologies. It Offers Live Traffic Visualization, Satellite-view Maps, Custom Driver Profiles, And In-app Vehicle Location Monitoring.

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