Gabriel has procured necessary permission from the RTO authorities to manufacture the prototype. It will feature a host of hi-tech features and devices which will be tested by the local police to gauge its dependability and usefulness on the streets of Mumbai. Once tested and found to be suitable, more bikes will be produced, reports DNA.
This prototype is fitted with GPS, an all weather laptop and front and rear cameras. The bike also sports a forensic tool kit and printer thus ensuring that the task of tracking down law breakers is not only quicker but also more effective and efficient. The concept is based on Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Classic. It will have storage boxes on board to house batteries, first aid kits and forensic tools. The first of this kind will be introduced to Mumbai Police in August this year while additional units will be added in the next year, if the Mumbai Police find the prototype useful.