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Carbon Motors Corporation is a new American automaker that is developing and will manufacture, distribute, and service the Carbon E7, the world's first purpose-built law enforcement patrol vehicle.
The name “Carbon” and their logo depict ideals they feel represent the organization - now and in the future:
• Carbon, in its purest organic form, is a fundamental building block of Life. Life is a common fiber through Carbon’s focus on homeland security, American jobs and environmental responsibility. Carbon is life. They protect and serve life.
• The diamond shape in their logo represents the strongest, most durable and sought after form of carbon. Ancient civilizations once believed the diamond represented purity. They used it to protect against evil, which is consistent with Carbon Motors’ focus on law enforcement.
Carbon Motors has a single, simple and powerful idea: The audacious act of building a new American car company that will produce the world’s first purpose-built law enforcement patrol vehicle in support of homeland security. By taking this bold action, they will create 10,000 new direct and indirect American jobs and with the application of new technologies, cut the approximately 1.5 billion gallons of gasoline the nation’s law enforcement fleet burns through every year by an estimated 40%.
Carbon Motors Corporation announced on October 8, 2008 the unveiling of the Carbon ‘E7’, the world’s first purpose-built law enforcement vehicle, during the “2008 Pure Justice Tour” of nine U.S. cities starting in Chicago, Illinois and including San Diego, California for the 115th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference and Exposition where over 15,000 senior law enforcement professionals will gather from all around the world.
The Carbon ‘E7’ – the temporary program code used until the law enforcement community selects a vehicle name – represents the next generation of law enforcement technology as the first vehicle in history designed and engineered from the ground up and bumper-to-bumper specifically for law enforcement operations.
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