Two high-performance cars recently acquired by the Arizona Department of Public Safety will remain unmarked to help catch dangerous drivers.

The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety purchased a red Dodge Challenger and a yellow Ford Mustang, totaling $94,000 for DPS’s Highway Patrol Division.

By keeping the cars unmarked, state troopers will be able to better observe criminal violations, including impaired drivers, and then take immediate enforcement action on unsuspecting dangerous drivers, according to a news release.

“Numerous police agencies around the state already employ non-standard type enforcement vehicles," said GOHS Director Alberto Gutier.

The vehicles will be equipped with unmarked police lighting and equipment necessary for safe traffic enforcement.

"The addition of the unmarked vehicles provided by Director Gutier and GOHS will be a welcome inclusion to the Highway Patrol's enforcement strategies of enhancing public safety by deterring aggressive driving throughout the 6,000 miles of highways we are responsible for patrolling", said Highway Patrol Division Commander Lt. Col. Daniel Lugo.

Stealthy Challenger and Mustang Vehicles To Join ADPS Patrol Fleet https://t.co/KPxO2g2ufp pic.twitter.com/FQqcCrzUE8— Dept. Public Safety (@Arizona_DPS) April 8, 2016

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