Ford has released details on the 2016 Ford Interceptor SUV While a refresh of the police vehicle seemed inevitably to follow the announcement of the civilian Explorer’s 2016 refresh, the upgraded 2016 Ford Interceptor SUV brings more than just a new look.
2016 Ford Interceptor SUV Design
The 2016 Ford Interceptor SUV get a new grille has a positive impact on cooling performance, Ford claims, while a new headlight setup accommodates the high-beam-based “wig-wag” lights. The new look has also allowed Ford to offer public safety authorities additional personalized illumination choices, for that special contact. Inside, a new leader and middle system should make officers’ lifestyles simpler, as will the new (and requested) liftgate launch key, found in the expense console.
Ford has also spearheaded a new wave of partnerships to unite customers with aftermarket manufacturers, vehicle upfitters and technology integrators. In addition to providing a dynamic canvas to design and install solutions for rugged computing, mobile printing, mobile access routers, e-citation and evidentiary video systems, Ford has pulled out all the stops with the 2016 SUV to transform state-of-the-art technologies into competitive advantages in the field.
2016 Ford Interceptor SUV Engine
2016 Ford Interceptor SUV engine is 3.7-liter V6 producing 304 hp and 279 lb-ft is standard, while an available 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 makes 365 hp and 350 lb-ft. All-wheel drive is standard. A new addition to the standard six-speed transmission is a Pursuit Mode that switches things instantly when competitive driving circumstances are recognized. This is identified by indicator in the braking mechanism lines, as well as accelerometers realizing fast forward and avoiding activity.
The system puts the fuel saving on hold for more energy competitive energy applying and ups the efficiency of the transmitting, reducing the setbacks between, say, quickly treating then changing to drive again in a desire situation.