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Pare back the turquoise paint, give it some lightbars and apply an ambitious and not-at-all rubbish self-deploying spike strip. What you’re left with is Richard Hammond’s new police car.

We jest, of course. It’s actually the all-new Suzuki Vitara which will arrive in Suzuki dealerships next spring.

Not much information is available to hand just yet, other than a few salient details. It’s based on the iV-4 concept we first saw at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, will get optional four-wheel-drive, and will be available with either a 1.6-litre petrol or 1.6-litre diesel engine. Both offer low CO2 emissions - the lowest of any compact SUV (at 123 and 106g/km respectively), according to Suzuki - and good fuel economy. Of course.

Then there’s the obligatory colour and trim personalisation options on offer, too; standard fare for any self-respecting small SUV.

No word on price, but we’re expecting something entirely reasonable. You like?

Now watch the TG boys build police cars for £1000

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