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Carbon Motors' E7 Arrives In D.C.

Carbon Motors was invited to spend a few days at the U.S. Capitol with federal legislators. The company is seeking a $310 million federal loan to help finance the development of the E7 patrol car that's set for 2012 production.

December 18, 2009

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leesrt @ 12/21/2009 10:54 PM

I'll be honest, I'm tired of seeing this car being paraded around like a supermodel with music playing in the background. Put this in the hands of a real cop and let him run it through the paces with now dramatic music playing.

Show me what this car will cost and what you get for the money.

Until then I don't want to hear anymore. Every car company makes prototypes that never see the light of day. This toy car will end up being one of them.

The best thing coming out next is the new Chevy Police Car built of the G8 platform.

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