L.A. Auto Show Design Challenge Competitors Envision Law Enforcement Vehicles for 2025

For this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge, the world’s top auto designers have envisioned the ultimate law enforcement patrol vehicle for the year 2025.

Design studios from, BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, Mercedes-Benz and Subaru are taking part of this year’s competition, showing us vehicles which can pursue and engage from the land and air. These futuristic renewable resource-fueled vehicles are equipped with topographical scanners and other high tech features.

The winning design will be announced on November 29 during an event at the Los Angeles Auto Show Press Days.

For more details about each entry see the press release below the gallery.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)


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