Developed by Lyger Automotives, the MVX Hyper Interceptor is the leading vehicle of choice for Pallad City police officers.

At the heart of the Hyper Interceptor is a hybrid system that combines an 814cc endothermic rotary engine with four electric motors. The biofuel-fed rotary is linked to a generator that charges lithium-polymer batteries, which then feed power to electric motors installed at the front and rear of the car. The vehicle’s complex powertrain provides the car with four-wheel drive and the equivalent of 370hp. The Interceptor is capable of a 210-mph top speed and can accelerate from 0 to 65 mph in only 3.1 seconds. The vehicle’s body is made entirely of industrial-grade bulletproof aluminum and carbon fiber, and it rests on a carbon-fiber chassis that weighs only 251 pounds.

Each Hyper Interceptor comes equipped with the latest in cutting-edge law enforcement technology. Notable features include a mobile data terminal with wireless connection to the PCPD’s central computer, vehicle tracking systems, speed recognition devices, automatic plate number recognition technology, and augmented-reality windshield displays. And, as with most modern vehicles, the Interceptor is programmed with an optional “smart-pilot” auto-drive setting.

Aside from the standard emergency lights and sirens, the Hyper Interceptor employs a short range transmitter that can interrupt the radio signal of all cars within range to send out a traffic broadcast. Interceptor’s can also use RFE (rumble-frequency-emitters) sirens that emit a low frequency sound that can be felt via physical vibration.

All Interceptors are also equipped with a storage locker in the vehicle’s trunk, designed to house tactical firearms such as shotguns or rifles.

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