Ford Motor Co. today unveils its new purpose-built Police Interceptor, a vehicle it hopes will help retain its stranglehold on the law-enforcement fleet business. The new vehicle, based on the ’10 Ford Taurus, will replace the aging Crown Victoria, which is scheduled to cease production next year with the closing of Ford’s St Thomas, ON, Canada, assembly plant that will be shuttered in September 2011. Long a favorite of law-enforcement agencies, the Crown Vic has helped Ford secure a 70% ...

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