Ford offers a hybrid police car




designed for pursuits
Ford Motor Company unveiled Monday its first hybrid sedan with full tracking capabilities, which means it has been certified by police agencies to be robust enough to be used during long-distance police prosecutions. Cut and walk at different speeds across obstacles.

Ford usually sells a lot of police cars, but this model is the first model of a hybrid police car so far. The car, which began its life under the name Ford Fusion Hybrid, could provide the police department with $ 3,900 a year in terms of fuel use.

The idea is to allow large batteries in the car to stop for short periods while keeping all electronic devices from lights, computers and radios operating, and the company indicates the possibility of saving 0.27 gallons per hour when the engine is running and remain idle.

The new hybrid police car has a 2.0-liter Atkinson Cycle engine with an electric motor that feeds an ion-type battery. The engine operates on battery only when it reaches 60 mph and has the ability to automatically switch to maximum performance when needed. Maximum acceleration levels.

The car, which can walk 38 miles across a gallon and reach 100 percent acceleration in five seconds, begins for the first time in New York and Los Angeles and will be available for pre-order this spring to arrive at police stations across the US in summer Next.

The car comes as part of Ford’s $ 4.5 billion electric vehicle announced in January and says it has several cars as part of this effort, a second hybrid vehicle for North American police and a hybrid SUV Fully reach by 2020 and a self-powered hybrid cab capable of transporting people by 2021 and a hybrid F-150 type Pickup and Mustang.


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