2011 Ford Explorer Interceptor And The Criminals Have No Escape
In March, the Americans were presenting the new Ford Taurus Interceptor, as one of the US Police cars. Not it looks that the new Ford Explorer 2011 will ride next to it, ready to catch any thief, robber or anyone trying to brake the law.
The 2011 Ford Explorer Interceptor, will most likely start applying the law on the streets in 2012, and will be based on a Explorer of only 3.5-liter Ti-VCT which comes with 280 HP. But, as we know, the Police cars get some tuning and enhancements, so is expected that the power of the car to easily go past 300 HP.
The Ford AdvanceTrac Roll Stabilty Cotrol system will come as standard on all Interceptor models, but not the Terrain Management system, because it will mostly be used on tarmac. The car will have all-wheel drive, and an enhanced braking system, different from the standard one, a stiffer suspension and 18 inches steel (not light alloy) rims.
Inside the car, new seats were mounted, and the gear shifter was moved to be able to make some room for the electronic equipment and the computer. The space between the seats was widen a little, to be able to fit the gear, but also the two shot-guns and an M16. The rear seats is separated from the front seats, so the criminals to be isolated. But even so, the rear seats has individual AC, which is excellent for the K9 buddies.
Other modifications of the police car is the commands on the steering wheel, which can be programmed, to start the acoustic or light warning signals.
But the new police car was not launched even in the production version, so this Interceptor will start doing its job a year from now. So, let’s bust some robbers!