Gloucestershire Police is set to have largest fully-electric police fleet in the country.
The constabulary will see 75 fully-electric vehicles join it's fleet in the coming weeks.
The cars and vans will make up 21% of Gloucestershire's total vehicles, giving them the largest percentage of fully-electric vehicles of any force in the UK.
They aim to have 40% of their fleet fully-electric in the next four years.
None of the vehicles will be used as response vehicles. The majority will be used by local investigation teams.
It's hoped they will save 190 tonnes of Co2 per year.
They also expect that the new Nissan vehicles will save the force £138,000 in reduced fuel costs.
The move is part of a commitment by Gloucestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Martin Surl to ‘A Green and Pleasant County’.
The aim is to ensure that Gloucestershire Constabulary operates in a way which is as 'responsible and sustainable' as possible.