Ford debuts new F-150 for law enforcement

Agencies can pick between a SuperCrew or SuperCab interior


By Police1 Staff

DEARBORN, Mich. — Ford has introduced a new F-150 truck for police.

The F-150 Special Service Vehicle was designed with police agencies in mind, USA Today reported. The truck is not meant for pursuits, but it does have special configurations for K-9 and traffic officers.

A space in the back of the cab can be converted into a kennel for K-9s.
A space in the back of the cab can be converted into a kennel for K-9s. (Facebook Image)

The pickup includes a choice between a SuperCrew or SuperCab interior, two-or four-wheel drive, and a 5-liter V-8 engine or 2.5-liter turbocharged engine. It also includes a 240-amp alternator and vinyl flooring. 

A space in the back of the cab can be converted into a kennel for K-9s.

Although price hasn’t been revealed, Fox News estimates the MSRP to be around $32,000 based on other Ford models.

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