Ford developed a car for Undercover Cops
Ford designer Melvin Betancourt has developed a tuning version of the police car Taurus, which would be an ideal fit for the officers working under cover. As stated in a communique, the idea of such a vehicle came through the first serial hypersonic aircraft SR-71 Blackbird, shown in the 60’s of last century and issued a series of midget. The premiere will be held at the new tuning SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Body of Ford Taurus is black, and his glass and taillights toned. Flashing beacons are made in such a way as to remain undetected until the moment of their inclusion, and portable radio, a special computer connected to the police database and the Department for weapons in the car hidden from the eye postronnih. In addition, the sedan’s suspension lowered by 2.5 inches, and instead of basic disks installed 22-inch wheels with a silver rim.
Serial cop “Taurus” is offered with two engines: a 280-strong “six” in volume of 3,5 liters, capable of operating on E85 bioethanol, and a 365-horsepower gasoline V6 engine family of EcoBoost, equipped with direct injection and turbocharging.
It is expected that Ford Taurus sedans to replace the Crown Victoria, which are now issued only for the police and will be removed from the pipeline for next year. In addition to Ford, their car for the U.S. police offers Dodge (who produced version of the Charger), Chevrolet (prepared for a intelligence Caprice) and the company Carbon Motors, has developed its own machine.
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