Honda unveils the CBR 250R Police edition in India.
New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has unveiled its Police Model Design of the CBR 250R at the 16th Indian International Security Expo 2013, held in Delhi.
The specially equipped CBR 250R, which has been designed in collaboration with HMSI and Grand (a US electronics manufacturer) as a potential police patrolling vehicle, allows officers to respond to incidents quickly while providing high visibility at night.
The Police edition of the Honda CBR 250R is equipped with high efficiency LED lights, red and blue beacon lights, collapsible pole lights and a torch light which will allow police officers to read and write at night.
The bike also comes fitted with a blaring police siren cum P.A system, which has a special push to talk button to switch to microphone mode. There is also a utility box which allows the officer to carry important documents during patrolling.
Accompanying the P.A. system, the Police Model Design CBR 250R comes with a specially designed helmet fitted with a hands free microphone. This allows police officers to address the public safely while riding the bike.
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|Date:||Sep 30, 2013|
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