Ford Police Interceptor Goes Deeper Into Stealth Mode

April 12th, 2016 by
  • Ford now offers a super-low-profile visor light bar that mounts inside the Police Interceptor Utility to enable a stealth appearance
  • New interior visor light bar is fully integrated at the top of the windshield, allowing for maximum driver visibility
  • Covert feature eliminates the need for a visible roof-mounted light bar

Ford Police Interceptor

Lawbreakers will now have a more difficult time recognizing the profile of the best-selling police vehicle in their rearview mirrors.

Ford announced today it will offer a new, factory-installed front interior visor light bar that provides a stealth appearance for police agency patrol vehicles.

“Today, agencies typically use aftermarket interior visor light bars that are somewhat bulky and can obstruct the field of vision – especially for taller officers,” said Stephen Tyler, Ford police marketing manager for North American fleet, lease and remarketing operations. “This extremely low-profile unit is fully integrated where the headliner and top of the windshield meet, for tremendously improved driver visibility versus aftermarket alternatives.”

Ford Police Interceptor

The light comes with a limited warranty and maintains the spacious interior feel that many agencies love about the newest generation of Ford Police Interceptor. When activated, it flashes bright – alternating red and blue bars through the top of the windshield. It can also be programmed for red/red or blue/blue operation.

Ford Police Interceptor

The visor light features bright-white “take down” and “scene” capabilities for excellent forward visibility, and can be set up to meet California Title 13 regulations. It can be programmed from full intensity down to 20 percent, and provide auto-dimming capability as well.

The interior visor light is available to order now on the 2017 Ford Police Interceptor Utility.

For more information on Ford Police Interceptor, please contact Dean “Ogre” Garcia,. Fleet Managern at Laird Noller Ford in Topeka, Kansas or Dan Schmidt, Fleet Manager, at Laird Noller Automotive in Lawrence, Kansas.

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