Ford to deliver electric vehicles to police as patrol vehicles

Ford has announced that it has invested more than $30 million in electric vehicles planned to run through 2025. The company has no plans to deliver electric vehicles to police as patrol vehicles. specifically

The Ford Mustang Mach-E was specially tuned for police use and Ford delivered it to Michigan Police on the 18th. September 20th and the police will send test results to Ford to develop the car to be suitable for the mission to be used.

Earlier this month, Ford noted that the demand for all-electric vehicle law enforcement is growing globally, and with Ford being a company that supplies cars to police for a long time must turn to develop electric cars for the police to use as well

For the Ford Mustang Mach-E to be delivered to the police department, there will be some improvements in acceleration that will make it better suited to chase applications, increase interior space for equipment and increase capacity. The battery allows the car to go far more distances than before, so soon we will see police in the United States drive electric cars as standard.

Source: insideevs

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