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New patrol cars in sight! The Civil Guard adds 301 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Q4 to its fleet

In 2019 the Traffic Group of the Civil Guard continued with his ‘plan renew’ and added to the almost 250 SEAT León ST delivered at the beginning of the year 140 units of the Jeep Compass and 97 Alfa Romeo Stelvio, to which another 18 units were added at the end of 2020.

Now, the Civil Guard Traffic Group expands its fleet of patrol vehicles with 301 new units of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2.2 Diesel with 190 CV and Q4 traction.

The patrol car par excellence

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First it was the Alfa Romeo 156 Crosswagon Q4, then it was the Alfa Romeo 159 Q4 and since 2018 the Stelvio Q4 has taken over after the announcement of a public tender.

The vehicle has the Q4 traction system, which includes an active transfer case and a front differential to control high torque in very fast times with a particularly compact configuration.

In the chapter on equipment as a patrol vehicle, it is worth mentioning the use of the luminous bridge with LED technology and folding message panel, which allows drivers to be informed of the possible incidents that may occur on the road.

It also equips an AlfaTM DNA driving mode selector and the ‘Advanced Efficiency program, which intervenes on the engine torque curve, the braking system through the Pre-Fill device, the gear change logics, the throttle response, ESC stability control system and ASR traction control, to ensure good traction ability.

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On the other hand, the Civil Guard will have a lighting system with AFS adaptive Bi-Xenon headlights, the involuntary lane change warning system, traffic sign recognition, and a rear view camera with front and rear parking sensors. rear.

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