Ford reveals its first plug-in hybrid police vehicle


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The all-new plug-in hybrid police vehicle can travel up to about 34 km on battery alone.

If you are a fan of America action movies, the well-known Ford police cars are not strange at all. And now, these cars will receive a refreshment.

According to the latest car news, Ford has revealed that it would release an all-new hybrid plug-in vehicle which is different from the traditional one released at the beginning of 2017.

Angular front of a Ford  hybrid plug-in vehicle

Ford has revealed that it will release an all-new police hybrid plug-in vehicle

Police cars have to work long hours every day. With this new hybrid, the governments can save the costs of fuel, and lessen environmental pollution.

The first plug-in hybrid police sedan is powered by a gasoline-electric engine which is developed from the Fusion Energi. When fully charged, the 7.6-kilowatt-hour battery enables the car to travel up to about 34 km at a maximum speed of 85mph. It will take 2.5 hours to recharge the battery on a 240v charger. This is the same as the current Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid.

Angular front of a Ford plug-in hybrid police sedan

The plug-in hybrid police sedan is powered by a gasoline-electric engine 

The car comes equipped with heavy-duty fabric front seats and vinyl seats for the second row. A top tray for mounting equipment, rear anti-stab plates and a police engine-idle feature are also armed. Some of the most exclusive equipment includes an interior light-off feature and a trunk ventilation system.

The all-new hybrid plug-in police vehicle will be available for reservation in this December while going on sale in 2018.

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