From autoblog: With more law enforcement agencies across the United States alone than we’d care to count (or ever encounter), selling police cars means big business for American automakers, with Ford, Chevy and Dodge competing to fill the motorpools of every police department, sheriff’s office and government agency in the land. For its part, Ford offers the Taurus-based Police Interceptor sedan and the Explorer-based Police Interceptor Utility, and it’s preparing to unveil a revised version of the latter at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show in the same city where it’s built.
Dearborn hasn’t given us much to go on with this teaser, showing just a darkened front shot of the vehicle in question with its emergency lighting all aglow. But it’s fairly clear that the Interceptor Utility has been given many of the same updates applied recently to the Explorer on which it’s based. That starts with the revised sheet metal, but considering that the Interceptor Utility exclusively packs V6 power, the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four that was one of the biggest updates to the civilian Explorer isn’t likely to carry over. Ford does, however, promise that the revised Police Interceptor Utility will be “even better” than the model it replaces” and pack “more high-tech features.”