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Mystery police vehicle - what could it be?

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My city has recently purchased a mobile speed vehicle that will remotely radar speeders without having an officer sitting in. They interviewed an officer on the local news station, but were not allowed to disclose the vehicle. The only clues are the screen captures below...it appears to be a red SUV or van. My first guess a Chevy Tahoe or Chevy Express. However, after comparing interiors, I'm not sure.

Video: http://tinyurl.com/ylsal8k





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Kinda looks like a 90's Grand Cherokee interior to me, with the old square shaped Chrysler airbag steering wheel they used on nearly everything back then.

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Yup, guessing a Limited, with the wood interior trim and body-color outside mirror.

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