Ford built this demonstration concept for several police departments.
Municipalities around the world are showing interest in electric vehicles for a wide variety of purposes. With more interior space, significantly lower maintenance and zero-emission operating costs, they are ideal for large cities.
Police Departments are no exception, and several places in the UK are interested in seeing how the Ford Mustang Mach-E can perform as a patrol car.
This interest has led Ford to develop the Mach-E concept specifically for UK police stations. The demonstration prototype will be evaluated by the Metropolitan Police of England.
The police electric car received a special livery, a light panel and special mounting elements and brackets for attaching the things necessary for law enforcement officers.
The LED lighting systems are powered by a separate battery, so the Mach-E’s range is independent of its emergency equipment.
This isn’t the first time Ford has developed a Mustang specifically for police use. As a reminder, the Mach-E also has significantly more interior space compared to the old 5.0, and in GT guise it can accelerate to 100 km / h in less than four seconds.
At least for now, a police Ford Mustang Mach-E exists in a single copy for informational purposes only. But we won’t be surprised if we see an official Ford Mach-E SSP police car in the coming years.