America's newest cop bike is made by Yamaha, who entered the US police bike market in 2018, filling the hole left behind by Kawasaki with the inline-four FJR1300P. The FJR1300P is a police version of the FJR1300 standard model and gets many of the same features, except for the electronically adjustable suspension. The bike is powered by a 1,298cc DOHC inline four-cylinder with 16 valves, and a six-speed transmission to transfer power aided by a multiplate assist-and-slipper wet clutch. The lightweight liquid-cooled engine is rated at a reported 145 hp at 8,000 rpm and 102 pound-feet of torque at 7,000 rpm (a touch more than the stocker), and the bike is configured with a 6.6-gallon fuel tank and LED lighting as well as ABS, traction control, cruise control, and adjustable engine mapping. For added comfort, the FJR1300P brings an adjustable rider seat height and handlebars, as well as an electronically adjustable windscreen. Other features include knuckle visors, wind deflectors, engine guards, and a rear-mounted radio box; police lighting can be configured through the dealer and added at the factory. It’s widely used in Europe, including Germany, the UK, and France.