Vauxhall Omega Police Car

Vauxhall Omega Police Car


The Omega had been on sale in Europe as an Opel for a generation but the UK it was known as the Calton. The UK received the second generation car in 1994, when it took over duties from the Senator as the top of the range executive car, and sat above the Vectra in the Vauxhall range.

The UK police force used this second generation Vauxhall Omega extensively as a Pursuit car for motorway work and it was purchased both as a saloon and an estate - popular due to the boot size allowing the huge amount of equipment that traffic division was required to carry around like traffic cones.

The Omega had a choice of engines - 2.0 litre 4 cylinder petrol and diesel, a 2.5 and 3.0 V6 petrol engines and 2.5 litre straight 6 turbo diesel engines.