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May 02, 2019 (Euclid Infotech Ltd via COMTEX) -- UK police have at their disposal Volkswagen Crafter vans, converted for the transport of detainees. Coleman Milne Specialist Vehicles was engaged in the finalization of the car, and its premiere took place at the commercial transport exhibition in Birmingham. At the heart of the car is a long base modification in the basic configuration Trendline. The van added side windows and a reinforced windshield, which is difficult to punch in the event of a car at the scene of unrest.

The Crafter can seat seven people, and a cage for detainees is equipped at the back of the body. Also there is the location of a special system of racks, where helmets, shields and other protective equipment of police. The van is equipped with a 177-horsepower two-liter diesel engine that can be paired with a six-speed "mechanics" or an eight-band automatic transmission. The model is available in versions with front, rear or all-wheel drive. Coleman Milne Specialist Vehicles is ready to prepare a whole fleet of similar cars, providing them for testing or rent by law enforcement agencies in the UK.

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