The Ford Police Interceptor was unveiled at the 2009 North American International Auto Show. Taurus production began in June 15, 2009. However the Police Interceptor version was offered to police forces in early 2012 as the 2013 model, replacing the long running Crown Victoria Police Interceptor that ended production in late 2011. Ford refers to the police version as the "Police Interceptor Sedan" rather than the Taurus.
The Sedan edition was released on February 20th, 2013. It is also the first non-elite car to feature sirens after the Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR. It comes pre-equipped with Gromlen tuned parts as well as two-star skill mods.
On March 2nd, 2013, a promotional code for a 1 day rental was released for the car. It was then later disabled on the next day. The Sedan edition has the same livery as in Need For Speed: The Run for the same vehicle in the "Escape Las Vegas" stage.
On June 16th, 2015, the "Sedan" edition was made available for purchase with in-game cash to celebrate the anniversary of Ford's founding as part of the End of The World event.
This car does not have any or very few details about its performance in pursuits. Please contribute to this section!
The Ford Police Interceptor has a stock top speed of 308 km/h (191 mph) for Class A. It has a quick acceleration boost and fast lower gears but because of slow higher gears it has some problems reaching its top speed. The nitrous output is strong. Its handling is very good and responsive.
The Police Interceptor performs well in pursuits, with its high weight enabling it to take out Cruisers easily without Juggernaut. Because of its responsive handling, dodging roadblocks shouldn't be much of a problem.