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Ford Interceptor: Defending home turf
Ford Interceptor: Defending home turf
Ford Motor Co. is getting ready to retire the full-sized Crown Victoria sedan and, with it, the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor that is the most widely used police car in America.

But Ford isn't about to give up the cop car market. It has already unveiled an all-new Police Interceptor to replace the Crown Vic in 2011. The new Police Interceptor, a variation of the full-sized Taurus sedan, will be powered by a choice of two V6 engines.

NEXT: Ford Interceptor: Inside tech

Last updated March 22 2010: 11:18 AM ET
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