In 2009, the Victoria Police acquired 200 Holden Omega Ute for their inventory

1y ago

It was 2007 when Holden introduced the new pick-up variant called Ute for the third generation of Commodore. Among the various versions proposed, the most economical was the Omega Ute equipped with a 235 hp V6 3.5 24V engine with 325 Nm of torque managed by a four-speed automatic transmission and combined with rear-wheel drive.

Two years after its entry into the market, the Victoria Police applied for the supply of 200 units that would be converted into Divvy van by the Bellmont Nominees company. These vehicles were equipped with an armored cover placed on the rear floor which was now able to accommodate four inmates placed on side benches.

Externally the cars were recognizable by the standard Victoria police livery and by the presence of the emergency lights mounted on the roof. Numerous additional options were installed in the cockpit including a weapon rack, a multifrequency radio system, a laptop and a portable speed camera.

Thanks to their small size and their V6 engine, the Omega Ute of the Victoria police are today considered the fastest mobile phones supplied to a police department.


Thank you to Valentina Zanola and Alessandro Renesis for the cooperation

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Comments (3)

  • Ok where can I buy one

      1 year ago
  • Wtf is a cell van, its a DIVVY Van!!!!!!!!

      1 year ago
    • I'm sorry, they are identified in this way in the UK. I correct immediately.

        1 year ago