WESTLAND, Mich. – With any auto show comes the anticipation of new vehicle debuts. While we all may be a bit biased towards the Detroit Auto Show since it takes place right here at home, we must not forget that automakers use various other auto shows as the stage for new model debuts as well. And that's what Ford Motor Company is doing! According to a teaser tweet the automaker sent out, Ford's New Police Interceptor will debut at the Chicago Auto Show next weekend!
Ford is being quite reserved with this one, giving us only the slightest bit of information to peak our interest. The tweet, sent out via Ford Motor Company's Twitter account is pretty much the only insight we have into the new Police Interceptor's debut set for February 12th. But from the looks of it, one might guess that the new utility vehicle is based off the civilian 2016 Ford Explorer that was revealed at the LA Auto Show. Since the current utility Police Interceptor is based off of the Explorer, it's not unrealistic to think the new Ford Police Interceptor debuting at the Chicago Auto Show will be too!
Whether you're looking to upgrade your law enforcement agency's fleet or your personal lineup, the Ford Explorer is built to exceed your every expectation and need. Stop by to take one for a test drive to see what this SUV is made of!
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