Carbon Motors The E7


  • NIJ Level III-A (or better) ballistic protection (front doors and dash panel)
  • Purpose-designed seat for use with on-body equipment and seat heating and ventilation
  • Head-up display
  • Reverse backup camera
  • Remote start capability
  • Engine features to enable extended idling as well as operating in extreme conditions (heat and cold)
  • Driver-specific intelligent key
  • 360 degree exterior surveillance capability, with fully automatic recording
  • Automatic license plate recognition system, programmable and upgradeable
  • Video and audio surveillance of rear passenger compartment
  • Nightvision compliant interior illumination
  • Integrated forward looking infrared system (FLIR)
  • Integrated shotgun and rifle mounts
  • Secure weapons storage
  • Optimized storage capability (compartment and cargo), to store police gear ranging from spare restraints to forensic equipment
  • Integrated front and rear passenger compartment partition
  • Isolated ventilation for front and rear compartments
  • Rear seats designed to accommodate handcuffed suspects/prisoners
  • Security features to prevent escape of prisoners
  • Rear passenger compartment designed to be washed by hosing down
  • Integrated push bumpers and PIT capability
  • Integrated aerodynamic emergency lights with sirens

Carbon Motors is now out of business thanks to Obama's Department of Energy. So that impressive police car will be only a dream.

Hell, even just as a street car, still impressive.