Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept - Click above for high-res image gallery

While we should be excited to see Ford show off a new, updated cop car, the Police Interceptor Stealth Concept already has us checking our rear-view mirrors. The full details on this cop cruiser were released yesterday, but seeing it under the bright lights at SEMA only serves to kick up the nervous anxiety to 11.

The man behind the car, Ford designer Melvin Betancourt, says he drew inspiration from the SR-71 Blackbird stealth plane. The blacked-out finish and hidden blue and reds, coupled with the potential for hosting a 365-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 under the hood are more than enough to cause speed-limit scofflaws to think twice about pushing harder on that gas pedal.

It's not only the outside that incorporates the idea of stealth design. The interior features a police radio hidden in the console, along with the on-board computer and the glove box has a hidden space to hide weapons. Slow down and check out the Stealth concept in our high-res gallery, below.


Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept
  • Ford Police Interceptor Stealth Concept

Photos copyright ©2010 Drew Phillips / AOL


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