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Ford Interceptor: Inside tech
Ford Interceptor: Inside tech
The new Police Interceptor will have a version of Ford's Sync computer interface. It will be similar to the voice-controlled system you can get on most Ford cars except that, in this car, officers will be able to use voice commands to do things like turn on the lights and sirens.

The car will also have a back-up camera and Ford's "Cross Traffic Alert" system which relies on radar to warn of cars approaching from either side when backing out of a parking space.

Ford will also produce an SUV version of the Police Interceptor, possibly based on the next-generation Ford Explorer.

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Last updated March 22 2010: 11:18 AM ET
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