The truck can hit speeds of 100 mph and features a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine and Ford SelectShift 10-speed transmission. It's got four-wheel drive for all-terrain performance, a police-calibrated brake system, 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque, which is more than any other pursuit-rated police vehicle.
With the largest passenger volume, payload and towing capacity in its class, the F-150 features a 145-inch wheelbase on a high-strength steel frame made from military-grade aluminum-alloy.
"Aside from its industry-first on-road pursuit capability, this purpose-built pickup can comfortably seat five, while providing capability in off-road patrol situations for officers in rural environments patrolled by sheriff's departments, border patrol operations and the Department of Natural Resources," Ford's police brand marketing manager said.
It will hit the market this fall, along with Ford's newest models of law enforcement vehicles.
Ford stock traded down Friday afternoon.
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