"Ford lights make it hard to spot police cars"
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Ford lights make it hard to spot police cars
Ford has now made it even harder to tame the fuzz.
If you can spot an unmarked police car at 50 paces, I have some bad news for you.
The police Interceptor Utility, based on the Ford Explorer SUV, Has a new low profile LED bar that lets the cops cruise incognito.
The red and blue lights sit right near the sun visor inside the cabin, integrated where the headline and windshield meet.
They're designed to be outside of the driver's field of vision, so that a) it doesn't obstruct the view, and b) obviously, you don't see it.
For those of us who like to read the spec sheet, the lights have auto dimming capabilities, programmable brightness options, and a special bright white take down mode which pretty much does exactly what it says.
So if you've been collecting tickets like they're going out of style, maybe start honing that eagle eye.
The [INAUDIBLE] are hitting the road sooner than you think.
The company is now taking orders for the last [INAUDIBLE] its 2017 police interceptor utility model.
Just think, if a cop pulls over a UHaul, is it busting a move?
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