Ford Crown Victoria
The Ford Crown Victoria of the Leicester American Police Department is a perfect example of the sturdy and impressive USA Police car. The push-bar on the front gives it the distinctive look of the police cruisers as we know it from the movies and series. The Crown Vic is fully equipped with a wide range of lights and loud American sirens.
The Ford Motor Company held a near-monopoly with
the Crown Victoria on the market for police
cruisers in the United States and Canada for
over a decade, because the conventional
rear-wheel drive, V8 power, and body-on-frame
construction are advantageous for police use.
Rear-wheel drive made the car easier to avoid
spin-outs during hard maneuvers than front drive
rivals, and allowed it to better withstand rough
driving over curbs and other obstacles in the
The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor is rated for 186.5 kW (254 PS; 250 hp) mostly due to the addition of a new better flowing air intake system. The Crown Victoria shared the Ford Panther platform and major powertrain and suspension components with the Lincoln Town Car and Mercury Grand Marquis. Along with its rebadged Mercury and Lincoln variants, the Crown Victoria was the final full-frame rear-wheel-drive passenger sedan produced in North America. The durability associated with its layout popularized the use of the Crown Victoria with taxicab and fleet owners going on to become one of the most commonly used police patrol/pursuit vehicles in North America.