Ford Police Interceptor Stealth

Ford Police Interceptor Stealth – Click above for high-res image gallery

In addition to the raft of Mustangs and F-150s that Ford will be debuting at this year’s SEMA show, this special Police Interceptor Stealth concept will be on display in Las Vegas this week. Ford designer Melvin Betancourt took inspiration from the SR-71 stealth airplane used in the 1950s and 1960s to create a Taurus-based Police Interceptor that manages to be flashy yet still able to fly under the radar.

Compared to a standard Police Interceptor sedan, the Stealth concept is lowered by one inch and rides on sinister 22-inch wheels. The rest of the car has been blacked out as much as possible – smoked taillamps, tinted windows and black trim all around the car make for a package that, as Betancourt says, gives the illusion of “there, but not there.” Hit the jump to read the full details, and scroll through our high-res image gallery to see the concept for yourself.

Wow….this is one kickass Police Car man.

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