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Carbon E7: Comfort inside
Carbon E7: Comfort inside
Inside, the Carbon E7 will have more front legroom than the cars most commonly used by police today.

Rather than being purchased separately and bolted on, police equipment such as computers, license plate readers and speed detection equipment will be pre-installed.The made-to-order cockpit will provide a more comfortable and safer workspace for officers, the company claims.

The E7's back doors are hinged to open from the front, making it easier to move handcuffed suspects into and out of the back seats.

NEXT: Carbon E7: Diesel power

Last updated March 22 2010: 11:18 AM ET
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