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GMC Creates Its Own Mobile Analysis Unit

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CSI Detroit? GMC Creates Its Own Mobile Analysis Unit

Date posted: 04-20-2006

DETROIT — GMC said it donated two 2007 GMC Yukons to Los Angeles and Las Vegas law enforcement on Tuesday as part of an initiative with the TV series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The General Motors brand, working with forensic consultants, designed and manufactured the Yukon-based Mobile Analysis Unit (MAU), which includes a stainless-steel mobile command center and illuminated slide-out Plexiglas evidence trays.

Other features include a power liftgate, an integrated KVH TracVision A5 in-motion digital satellite TV receiver, 20-inch polished-aluminum wheels and chrome tubular assist steps.

"We've worked closely with the show's creative team to ensure the MAU was both functional and realistic as a crime-fighting tool," said Steve Rosenblum, GMC marketing director. "We're thrilled that beyond the show, the vehicle will be put to the test by real-life law enforcement officials."

As you might expect, TV commercials featuring the Mobile Analysis Unit are forthcoming.

What this means to you: Skip the cupholders and give us an evidence tray in our next Yukon.


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