2012 Ford Police Interceptor: Based on 2010 Taurus

Since the mid-‘90s the Ford Crown Victoria has been the American police officers vehicle of choice. But with Dodge’s Charger and Chevrolet’s Impala growing more popular, and the soon to be arriving new Chevrolet police car based on the old Pontiac G8, Ford needed to come up with something new.

Enter the new generation Ford Police Interceptor based on the 2010 Taurus. And this car has a lot to live up to as the old Crown Victoria took up 70 percent of all vehicle sales for the police over the last 5 years.

Ford has carried out a lot of new modifications to its new Interceptor including up rated brakes, cooling systems, stability control electronics and a range of performance engines. And if the pictures on AutoBlog are anything to go by Ford are serious about keeping its sales up.

Head over to AutoBlog for a full run down on this new Ford Police Interceptor.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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