Getting cuffed and stuck in the back of a squad car is not number one on a person’s list of things they want to do… but these rides may make them reconsider the idea. Squad cars have come a long ways in the last few years with departments around the world upgrading their “police cruisers” with late model sedans, stylish LEDs, and sweet paint jobs. Modern squad cars stretch the boundaries of cool and speed with a look that makes everyone want to cruise in one… only they want to cruise them from behind the wheel rather than in the back seat. Have you ever ridden in one of these squad cars? Which would you demand to be arrested in? Let us know by commenting below.
15) Oklahoma State University Charger
Keeping the campus safe requires wheels that look good. This Oklahoma State University cruiser has a stylish paint scheme on top of the classic squad car look. The white base paint is accented by orange and dark grey details and black rims. Police said the new graphics will go on all new cars and might be placed on older models, as well, if they have to undergo repairs. The new design replaces the current design which has been in use for several years.