Swede Daniel Werner acquired the Rolls-Royce Meteor V12 27 liters of volume, designed for tanks, and decided to install it on a normal passenger car. For these purposes, he bought an old, but hardy police sedan Ford Crown Victoria, 2006. The installation of the motor Werner removes the video and puts in the social network.
Werner came up with the name for the heavy duty Crown Victoria with the police view of its past and newfound motor – Meteor Interceptor. The Swede has no plans to participate on it in the race, but intends to disperse the sedan to 321 kilometers per hour. However, confidence in the success of him a little, as the old police sedan is not designed for such speed.
In order for the sedan withstood a tank powerplant, Werner had significantly refined suspension Crown Victoria. To enhance the design he used parts from a Chevy pickup C10.
As reported by Road&Track, the Swede was originally intended to fit in a Crown Victoria a 37-litre Rolls-Royce Griffon from the Spitfire fighter, but he was too bulky for cars. In the end, he opted for the 27-litre Meteor.