For some time now, we have been seeing some of the most important police forces in the world update their fleet with more sustainable vehicles, and of course even 100% electric cars. A good example of this is the British police, to which the Tesla Model 3 arrived recently, prepared by Tesla herself to carry out her new job as a patrol car wearing that lime green and blue color so characteristic of police vehicles in the United States, United Kingdom.
Now it is another famous electric that is ready to reach their garages, and it is none other than the new Ford Mustang Mach-E, a model that has been shown for the first time at the event dedicated to emergency vehicles in Birmingham and that will serve as a demonstration of what departments such as the London Police, which are evaluating incorporating it into their fleet, can expect.
Equipped and ready to serve
This version prepared by Ford UK itself, has everything necessary to perform its new role as a patrol car, including its new high visibility exterior decoration with its blue and lime checkered pattern, lights, and sirens on both the front and the front. on the ceiling, as well as mounting brackets and a good number of extra buttons to handle all its new functions.
The model shown is a standard range all-wheel drive, although Ford has ensured that it will also offer extended range versions with both rear and all-wheel drive. They have also achieved that the new equipment does not affect the official autonomy figures, since all the LED lights are powered by the 12 V battery that also includes the vehicle and not the powertrain battery.
Coming soon to the British streets
At the moment the London police have already shown their interest in having some units of this Mustang Mach-E, but also other bodies such as Sussex, Surrey, South Wales, Dyfed Powys, Devon & Cornwall, and the Scottish Police. So it may not be so strange to meet a police Mustang Mach-E in the future.