To develop the all-new Police Interceptor, Ford engineers worked hand-in-hand with Ford’s Police Advisory Board consisting of law enforcement professionals from Canada and the United States.
Ford’s Police Interceptor is engineered to pass 120 km/hr rear-end crash testing, and comes with a side-curtain airbag rollover protection system to help protect front and rear outboard passengers in both rollover and side-impact crashes.
Ford’s Police Interceptor engine strategy provides a V6 lineup that the company says performs equal to or better than V8 engines. The lineup comes with three powertrain options, allowing police to choose the vehicle that best meets their patrol requirements.
The Interceptor boasts brakes that have been increased in size and performance, a cooling package with a heavy-duty alternator and larger radiator, vented 18-inch steel wheels, anti-stab plates in the seatbacks, a column shift specifically designed to free up space for aftermarket police equipment, and much more