PHOTO GALLERY Ford is no stranger to shaking up the industry and while its latest venture may not revolutionize the industry, it is a world first.Set to be unveiled in Los Angeles and New York is Ford’s new Police Responder Hybrid Sedan, based around the Fusion .
By being a leader in electrified vehicles, we remain committed to delivering cars, trucks and SUVs that are better not only for our customers, but for the environment and society as well.” Ford has ensured the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan is fully functional for police duty.
Patrol vehicles are a police officer’s office, and we expect them to not only be economically and environmentally efficient, but also an effective tool for fighting crime in major metropolitan areas.”
It has been released as Ford’s second of 13 electrified vehicles the company plans to introduce in the next five years that will include an all-electric small SUV, a hybrid F-150, a hybrid Mustang and a hybrid self-driving vehicle.According to Ford president of The Americas, Joe Hinrichs, “Electrifying our next generation of vehicles is core to our unwavering commitment to sustainability.
Among its custom features are front deflector plates, heavy duty suspension components, police-purposed wheels, tires and hubcaps and even a regenerative braking system with 17-inch discs and twin-piston calipers.Power for the vehicle comes from a 2.0-liter engine outfitted with a small electric motor fed by an advanced lithium-ion battery.
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Ford’s First Hybrid Cop Car—The Police Responder Hybrid Sedan
Musk has pledged Tesla will begin production of the Model 3 mid-year, and deliver cars to customers before the end of 2017.
That’s why the new car has just one screen, instead of the two in the S and X (each with their own computer).
That’s unusual; in the real world, regulations and production restrictions tend to kill off design flourishes.
That’s an aggressive target, especially for a car company with a long history of missing deadlines by months or even years.
First drive of a release candidate version of Model 3 pic.twitter.com/zcs6j1YRa4 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 24, 2017First, a closer look at that tweet.
as informed in Ford America President, Joe Hinrichs said, “Electrifying our next generation of vehicles is core to our unwavering commitment to sustainability.
By being a leader in electrified vehicles, we remain committed to delivering cars, trucks and SUVs that are better not only for our customers, but for the environment and society as well.”
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