Ford's All-New F-150 Police Responder

Ford's All-New F-150 Police Responder

Last Updated February 5, 2020

With an updated version of the fan-favorite 3.5L EcoBoost V6 Engine and all-new SelectShift 10-speed automatic transmission, the Ford F-150 Police Responder puts out a whopping 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque! Mate that power to a very capable four-wheel drive system and you have a police vehicle capable of traversing almost any terrain.

2018 Ford F-150 Police Responder 375 horsepower & 470 lb-ft of torque!

This Police Responder 2018 F-150 is based off the civilian FX4 off-road trim level with a 145-inch wheelbase and SuperCrew cab. With a large cabin area and truck bed available for storage, the 2018 F-150 Police Responder is more than able to tackle almost any job thrown at it.

The best part about the F-150 Police Responder is that it’s an industry-first in on-road pursuit capability. Meaning that this truck can not only comfortably seat five, hold any cargo necessary, tow a large payload, and chase down criminals on US Roadways, but it can also veer off-road and tackle any terrain if duty calls.

Equipped with some of the best features of any pursuit-rated vehiclee out there, Ford’s all-new 2018 F-150 Police Responder knocks it out of the park with some awesome features.

  • Best-in-class interior volume, payload & towing capacity
  • 370 horsepower 3.5L EcoBoost Engine mated to a Ford SelectShift 10-Speed automatic transmission
  • More horsepower and torque than any other pursuit-rated police vehicle
  • 240-amp alternator to handle increased electrical loads
  • Police-calibrated speedometer, engine hour meter, and engine idle-hour meter
  • Vinyl rear seat and heavy-duty vinyl flooring for easy cleanup when needed
  • High-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body
  • Built Ford Tough four-wheel drive with FX4 off-road suspension with underbody skid plates
  • Police-calibrated brake system with upgrade calipers and brake pads
  • High-strength steel frame
  • Heavy-duty cloth front seats with slim bolsters and anti-stab plates
  • Standard power driver seat with optional power passenger seat
  • Column shifter with center seat-delete for more room and area available for upfitting
  • 18-inch unique alloy wheels with all-terrain tires

There’s no doubt that this all-new F-150 Police Responder will be an invaluable asset to many first responders and government agencies throughout the United States. We’re looking forward to seeing these new F-150’s out on the public roadways keeping the masses safe!

F-150 Police Responder Photos

F-150 Police Responder Off-Road

2018 F-150 Police Responder Parked

F-150 Police Responder Rear

F-150 Police Responder Lights

F-150 Police Responder Dashboard

F-150 Police Responder Interior

F-150 Police Responder Front

Ford's All-New F-150 Police Responder

Ford is leading the way in technology and innovation on many fronts. From the police responder perspective, government agencies all across the country now have the industry’s first police pursuit-rated pickup truck available to add to their arsenal! With some parts shared from the civilian F-150, this all-new F-150 Police Responder turns the dial to 11 on many other aspects that we all know and love from America’s favorite pickup truck.

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