Ready for Action
It’s not your usual high-performance gear, but the Chevy Tahoe Police Pursuit Vehicle’s (PPV) V-rated tires, 17-inch steel wheels and 355-horsepower V8 are all designed to do one thing: catch bad guys.
Other upgrades include an auxiliary battery, a 170-amp alternator, engine oil cooler, heavy-duty brakes, heavy-duty engine cooling and underbody skid plates, along with more pedestrian options such as adjustable pedals and OnStar.
Fast & Furious
The Chevy Tahoe PPV gets from 0 to 60 miles per hour in eight seconds, goes from 0 to 100 mph in 21 seconds, has a top speed of 139 mph, and slows down from 60 to 0 mph in 133.8 feet.
The Tahoe PPV also has special police-grade suspension that lowers the vehicle, making it more stable at high speeds.
While we’d love to drive a 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe PPV, we’re hoping that we don’t see one in our rearview mirror.