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Ford P.I. Utility

May 3, 2011

Ford's Police Interceptor Utility is currently a prototype, and the automaker is still refining the vehicle for a scheduled 2012 model-year release. Ford is releasing the special-service vehicle based on the Ford Explorer, which was relaunched for civilians in 2011. However, this pursuit-rated utility has been specially designed for law enforcement. It will be built in Chicago and is equipped with a 3.5-liter V-6 engine rated to deliver at least 280 hp.

Ford Introduces Pursuit-Rated SUV

September 1, 2010
The new vehicle is a companion to Ford's Taurus-based Police Interceptor sedan unveiled in March. Both vehicles will debut toward the end of 2011 as 2012 model year offerings.

Ford Readying Pursuit-Rated Explorer SUV

June 7, 2010
The police Explorer is expected to be a pursuit-rated, four-wheel drive vehicle to compete with the police Chevrolet Tahoe, which is offered in pursuit-rated two-wheel drive and four-wheel driver versions.
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