The new Ford F-150 as a "first-ever pursuit-rated pickup truck"

Jul 27, 2017 | Same topic: Newest & coolest car concepts
This Ford F-150 Police Responder promises to make car lovers surprised because of its serious look and high-end standard.
The Ford F-150 is an American police car that has been recently received a great concern from people who have a grand passion for police cars and police car’s chase. And it is more exciting with a kalesa than a V8 sedan equipped with bull bars.
 
Angular front of a  Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 is an American police car that is recently received a great concern from people 

The Ford F-150 Police Responder will break the rule of a normal American police car because it is the first truck that officially serves police pursuit duty. Owning a tough and strong body, the car looks quite grave as its owners.
 
 
Instead of a V8 power, the vehicle uses EcoBoost V6 that is paired with all-wheel drive and a 10-speed (Yes!) transmission. The 375hp and 637Nm contribute to a good speed limit of 161kph. Not only designed with a muscular body, components have been strengthened to cope with the stringent requirements of law enforcement.
 
According to Ford, the steel frame and ‘military-grade a-loo-min-um’ are standard (giving the vehicle the largest cabin space). Ford also upgrades the truck with better brakes, all-terrain tires and a tougher front anti-roll bar. Anti-stab plates are also extra equipped to the front seats, and the rear quarters are all vinyl in order to clean more easily.
 
inside of a Ford F-150

 Ford also upgrades the truck with better brakes, all-terrain tires and a tougher front anti-roll bar
 
In addition, a 240amp alternator is also equipped to support the police’s extra electrical weapons (laser guns, most likely), a under-body protection for safe huge jumps and an engine idle hour meter to measure the time of motor’s rotation. This model will surely bring us a fresh feeling when watching cop movies.
 
a Ford F-150 on road

This model will surely bring us a fresh feeling when watching cop movies