APB on Fox police cars
If you’re a television fan, you know that this time of year is when many networks trot out their midseason schedules. One such recent premiere is called “APB” on the U.S.-based Fox network. Ostensibly, it’s another in a long line of one-hour police dramas, with the hook being a young tech billionaire is going to teach tough, gritty Chicago police officers how to use new technology to catch criminals. Some Cadillac fans may have noticed that APB on Fox police cars is actually Cadillac CTS-V sedans of an indeterminate year. We’re pretty sure there are very few police departments using the Cadillac CTS-V as a patrol vehicle, but there are certainly worse options out there.
Cadillac CTS-V Fox APB TV Show
Let’s assume we’re buying into the premise of the show and police officers are getting a high-performance luxury sedan to protect and serve the community. First, nobody deserves it more. Second, the 2017 CTS-V, certainly has the performance to keep up with just about anything on the road today.
— APB (@APBonFOX) February 8, 2017
Just off of the top of our heads, the supercharged, 6.2-liter, V-8 engine already makes 640 horsepower or so. Catching speeders in the city should be no problem with a zero-to-60 mph time of under four seconds. Finally, the car’s standard Magnetic Ride Control would help keep the CTS-V patrol car grounded in high-speed pursuits on the freeway.
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