Ford Motor Co. will offer an Explorer-based pursuit-rated vehicle to its Police Interceptor portfolio, aiming to retain its overwhelming share of the law enforcement segment as key competitors join the fray. “We want to build on the leadership we have,” says Mark Fields, Ford’s president-The Americas. “Bring the competition on and let the product speak for itself.” Ford has built a 70% share in the law-enforcement segment with its police-preferred Crown Victoria Police Interceptor. ...
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