General Purpose Cars

Most new general purpose cars include such standard features as air conditioning, air bags, antilock brakes, cruise control, keyless entry, and AM/FM radio with CD player. Luxury vehicles also include extras like heated side mirrors, power seats, leather upholstery, and sunroofs. In general, these luxury amenities can be added to a non-luxury car with a +1 increase in the vehicle's purchase DC.
Unless otherwise noted, civilian cars provide three-quarters cover for their occupants (although passengers who lean out of windows or sunroofs, perhaps to fire weapons, may be reduced to one-half or even one-quarter cover).
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
A good example of a "muscle car," a 1967 Chevy Camaro has a 350 cubic inch V8 engine that produces 295 horsepower. This does not include additional upgrades such as turbocharging and racing tires. A Camaro is two squares wide and four squares long.
Police Cruiser
This version is based on the Ford Crown Victoria, with a strengthened chassis and improved engine. It is the typical police vehicle found in cities and other urban areas. The police cruiser is two squares wide and four squares long.
Dodge Intrepid Police Interceptor
With faster sports cars on the streets, the police occasionally need faster cars to catch them. Only the largest and best-funded police departments can afford this vehicle. It contains the same equipment as a regular police cruiser. Police interceptors are two squares wide and four squares long.