Chevrolet’s Malaysian distributor Naza Quest handed over three evaluation “Proof of Concept” units over the the Royal Malaysian Police earlier this week at the 2nd General Police & Special Equipment Exhibition and Conference (GPEC ASIA 2011) at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre.

The three police cars comprised of two units of the Chevrolet Captiva and one unit of the Chevrolet Cruze. “I am certain that the Chevrolet Cruze and Captiva will exceed the stringent requirement of the police force,” said Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, Naza Group Joint Group Chairman.

Naza Quest also provided a total of 60 Chevy Captivas for use as the official car for VIPs, guests and international delegates at the event. GPEC ASIA 2011 is quite an interesting conference, showcasing wares and services from exhibitors from 11 countries, including C41 systems, forensic IT research, criminal investigation, vehicle technology, traffic control and road safety equipment, task force technology, body armour, ballistic protection, non-lethal and self—defence weapons, first aid and rescue equipment as well as logistics.

Ministers, Chief of Police, Members of Parliament and other related law enforcement officers from 14 countries are expected to attend this closed specialised trade show which is exclusively for members of authorities for the business with police equipment, security technology and services.

Harvinder Singh actually saw the Chevrolet Cruze with police livery around a month ago at the Chevy dealership on Jalan Ampang when he was picking up a car for an upcoming online video shoot. It certainly looked the part – perhaps some high torque Chevrolet Cruze diesel for the police force too? :)