That is bad news...if I saw that car on the road I wouldnt think twice about it being a cop.
Police departments will not be paying for drilled rotors and asymmetric low profile tires.
yikes, now that looks like something that is going to be fooling some peps. Personally though I think it has a neat look to it.
Ford announced last year, or maybe it was 2 years ago now, that the CVPI would be discontinued in 2011. People were racing around to figure out what would happen with the future of police cars...after all, almost every department has at least 1 CVPI. Then Ford swooped in announcing the Interceptor...both in a car format and in a cross-over/SUV format. It covers both the general car field as well as the SUV/snow-needs field. Now they're announcing a stealthy sports-car looking unmarked...it's probably what major police departments crave: the ability to purchase one model of a car in three different trims, keeping all of their purchases and repairs to one company and one repair shop.
i think this will be as realistic as having Chevy Camaros as cop cars.
it'd be too expensive for all that stealth.
I bet the regular Taurus Cop car will be pretty interesting though
I wonder how many flat tires they will get
In the city that car might end up on blocks with those 20in wheels