2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Technology Updated for Police Use

2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Technology

The new 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit technology will be compatible with law enforcement computer system software. The easy-to-use, award-winning Uconnect system is being modified for police use with fully-integrated, exclusive mobile command capabilities that will allow officers to access their computer systems on a simple, centrally-located monitor without dragging along their laptops.

In comparison to the standard Charger Pursuit’s 5-inch display, the 2016 Charger Pursuit will feature a 12.1-inch touchscreen that can toggle either to the traditional and familiar 8.4-inch Uconnect interface or to the officer’s own personal computer with the touch of a button. The touchscreen will work even when the user is wearing gloves, and has been tested in extreme temperatures. There is even an option for officers to plug in and store their mobile laptop in the trunk and connect it to the Uconnect system via Ethernet.

The change to the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit technology was definitely developed with law enforcement in mind, and makes their jobs easier, safer, and more comfortable. The instruments they need to keep their communities safe will all be right in front of them, visible, and accessible.

Jeep Night Eagle Editions Announced for Cherokee and Renegade

Jeep Night Eagle Editions
Ok, obviously this isn’t the REAL Jeep Night Eagle edition, but it’s awesome, right?

Recently announced at the Frankfurt International Motor Show, the Jeep Night Eagle editions for the Cherokee and Renegade SUVs will be based on the Longitude trim level and provide a interesting and unique new look for car buyers.

The Night Eagle Renegade that debuted at Frankfurt has satin-finished gray elements, 17” black alloy wheels, and a new Volcano Sand color added to the palette. The new body color was shown off at the motor show, complete with a 2.0-liter diesel engine that provides 140 HP. The interior had a leather steering wheel, cloth seats, rear parking sensors, manual climate control, and the award-winning Uconnect system with a 5” touchscreen display. The Renegade will also be available with your choice of Multijet engines with 120 or 140 HP, depending.

Meanwhile, the Cherokee Night Eagle edition has many of the same exterior stylings as the Renegade, but with 18” black alloy wheels and four new colors – Black, White, Billet Silver, and Granite Crystal. The Cherokee that made its appearance at the motor show came in Billet Silver, and boasts an 8.4” Uconnect system with 9 speakers and a subwoofer. Other tech includes two-zone climate control, automatic bi-xenon headlights, rain sensing wipers, and an electric tailgate, in addition to luxurious leather upholstery in the interior. The Night Eagle Cherokee comes available with 2.2-liter MultiJet II turbo diesel engines with 185 HP or 200 HP options.

The Jeep Night Eagle Editions will be produced as special editions in limited quantity, so keep your eyes peeled for their brief appearance on dealer lots. They’re sure to disappear before you know it.