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IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL SEE THE MOST AMAZING POLICE SUPER CARS IN THE WORLD:
FERRARI ENZO, 612, LAMBOS, PORCHES, OTHER AMERICAINS SUCH AS CORVETTES AND
VIPERS, AND EUROPEENS SUCH AS LOTUSES AND MERCS.
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Dubai Police Camaro SS on patrol
With the Dubai Police on patrol, sooooo cool! Watch the guy in the truck
getting a ticket - but he is more interested in the cop car!
2012 Ford Interceptor Police cars revealed
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Meet the all new 2012 Ford Interceptor sedan and
utility Police cars. You might know them as the Ford Taurus SHO and the
Ford Explorer, but to Ford they are the new Sedan and Utility interceptors.
Here's everything you always wanted to know about these new police cars
I built this cop Chevy Camaro Z-28 but they put a SS
hood, rims and Exhaust. The lights in
the hood -custom- OK well I guess I have to add that I work for a company
that builds emergency equipment vehicles aka cop car. this car is a
promotional cop car.
2007 Dodge Charger | Police Package | Edmunds.com
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There is no perfect police car, but the 2007 Dodge Charger Police Package
is as good as it gets right now. In fact, it's the quickest and fastest
police sedan ever sold to law enforcement agencies through normal
government bidding processes - you know, processes where "low bid" means
COCA COLA TRUCK
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2011 Ford Police Interceptor Utility
When Ford took the wraps off of its Taurus-based Police Interceptor sedan
earlier this year, we were told that a second, utility-oriented police
pursuit vehicle would be coming down the pipeline. Enter the Police
Interceptor Utility, based off the 2011 Explorer crossover. A Flex-styled
paddy wagon would have been cool, but the Explorer's higher ground
clearance makes it more versatile for law enforcement officials who require
Unlike the sedan, which will be available with two different powertrains,
the Explorer Interceptor only comes with Ford's 3.5-liter Ti-VCT V6,
delivering "at least 280" horsepower and mated to a
six-speed automatic transmission. Both front- and all-wheel-drive
configurations are available, and it appears that the Explorer's terrain
management system will not be offered on the Police Interceptor. The latest
host of driver aids like curve control and Ford's AdvanceTrac Roll
Stability Control are standard on the Interceptor Utility, as are larger
brakes, a tougher suspension and 18-inch steel wheels.
Inside, new seats have been fitted up front with reductions in side
bolstering to accommodate an officer's utility belt, and the gear shifter
is now mounted on the column in order to provide space for computer
equipment in the center console. Much like the Taurus Interceptor, Ford
specifically designed the spacing between the seats to ensure that existing
police equipment can be carried over to the new vehicles without issue.
Things aren't exactly luxurious in the rear seats (duh), but occupants out
back do get their own climate control system (Ford says this is ideal for
K9 units) as well as stab plates in the front seat backs to keep the driver
and passenger safe.
Ford has also gone the extra step to rework some of the Explorer's interior
functions to better suit police needs. The steering wheel buttons, for
example, are remappable and can be programmed to operate a host of
auxiliary functions (lights, sirens, etc.). What's more, Ford's SYNC system
is on hand and can be used to voice-activate the different police
communication and audio equipment.
Don't expect to see the Police Interceptor Utility out on the road until
2012 at the earliest. Ford says that production will begin in late 2011
alongside the sedan at the automaker's Chicago assembly plant.