Being Handcuffed In The Rear Seat Of This Chevy Caprice Cop Car Is Not Fun

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Is getting arrested ever fun?

To be completely honest, no one was placed under arrest for the making of our latest unboxing review, a Chevrolet Caprice police car. We figured it'd be good enough to demonstrate what it's like to be handcuffed, placed in a vinyl-covered rear seat, and buckled into place. Trust us, it's not at all comfortable. Thanks to the Palo Alto, California Police Department, we were given exclusive access to this V8-powered, RWD Caprice cop car and, well, let's just say being up front is preferred.

With a total of 335 hp and 384 lb-ft of torque on tap, this Chevy cop car is the real deal, meaning it's a patrol car, unlike the previous Ford Interceptor Utility which was a supervisor's car.

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Speeders and anyone else disobeying the law are probably very familiar with cop cars like this Caprice. Not surprisingly, it even has a "Surveillance Mode." What other cool features does it have? Want to learn a bit cop car trivia? No problem. Just watch our new video.

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