How much horsepower do police cruisers have?
Ford Police Interceptor Top Speed & Acceleration
|Category||Ford PI Utility AWD 3.3L||Ford PI Utility AWD 3.0L|
|Horsepower||285 hp||400 hp|
|Torque||260 lb-ft||415 lb-ft|
|Top Speed||141 mph||150 mph|
|0-60 MPH||7.84 sec||5.77 sec|
How much horsepower do police chargers have?
Dodge didn’t release output for each model, but civilian AWD Chargers now make 300 horsepower and 264 lb-ft; the same engine was worth 292 horses and 260 lb-ft in pervious Charger Pursuits and 293 or 295 horsepower and 260 lb-ft in the outgoing Durango Pursuit.
What is the fastest police car in America?
2021 Ford F-150 Police Responder
The 2021 Ford F-150 Police Responder, a truck, is the quickest police car in the U.S. Test data from two police vehicle testing organizations show that the vehicle has a quicker zero to 60 mph, zero to 100 mph, and quarter-mile time than any other new law enforcement vehicle sold in America.
What kind of car is a police cruiser?
Some of the police cruisers tested include the Chevy Caprice Interceptor, and the Ford EcoBoost Interceptor Sedan and Utility Interceptors.
Is the Ford Police Interceptor a pursuit vehicle?
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When did General Motors stop making police cars?
With General Motors leaving the police market in 1996, Ford’s second generation Ford Crown Victoria police interceptor became the de facto police car, despite being more costly, for many police departments starting in 1998 through 2011 (though 1998-2008 for civilian sales) when Ford ceased production of their Panther platform.
Which is the best police car in 2016?
In the most recent tests performed by LASD and MSP of 2016 model-year vehicles, both the Ford EcoBoost® Police Interceptor Sedan and the Ford EcoBoost Police Interceptor Utility set records and beat out competitors.