Subaru Wins L.A. Auto Show Design Challenge

December 4, 2012 10:00 AM

Subaru Wins L.A. Auto Show Design Challenge
" In the future, highway patrol vehicles are likely to look a lot different from the police cruisers of today. This year’s Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge asked automakers to sketch what the ideal highway patrol vehicle of 2025 might look like, and top honors go to Subaru for its SHARC design.

Short for “Subaru Highway Automated Response Concept,” Subaru Global Design’s entry may look a bit insubstantial for police work, but its wheels can rotate ninety-degrees downward, forming propeller blades. That gives the SHARC the ability to fly, negating any worries about traffic or terrain "

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