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2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Speed Enforcement [P71]

2008 Ford Crown Victoria [P71] in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Racing, 2010

Class: Cars, Sedan — Origin: US

Playable Vehicle Playable vehicle

How to obtain it : Unlocked at the beginning of the player's career

2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Speed Enforcement [P71]

Picture provided by : Rinspeed

2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Speed Enforcement [P71]

Picture provided by : XThUnDeRX

Comments about this vehicle

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108092 FR (1)

2010-10-16 23:19

i :love: Ford Crown Victoria !

-- Last edit: 2010-10-16 23:20:07

Mieguy DE (140)

2010-10-22 06:54

how cute! this is the first licensed crown victoria in need for speed, right?

i love this car, orignally with ram shield. ^^

J-2 ES (1317)

2010-10-22 07:42

The Crown Vic originally appeared on NFS Hot Pursuit 2:

www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=4669

schaefft DE (0)

2010-10-30 18:19

And the original Need for Speed Hot Pursuit:

www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=9184

This one is from NFS4, prettymuch identical, only with tranparent windows.

sajmon14 PL (232)

2010-11-11 13:13

NFS3 and 4 one weren't licensed

Officer Sandwiches CA (0)

2010-11-29 04:30

This is actually listed as the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor in-game.

unlimitedgamer1

2010-12-11 23:16

Does the game have the stock version of this car?

Pedro_TypeR

2010-12-20 23:00

Another swimming pool with doors and chairs... I don´t like it that much as the PIC.
Damn... 2008? The Honda NSX NA2 is from 2000 and is more modern looking than this.

Crown Vic guy br BR (1)

2010-12-30 15:18

Why the kids don't respect the classics ? The Crown Victoria is the last american full size sedan, not an japonese super car

Antti-san FI (38)

2010-12-30 23:44

Pedro_TypeR wrote This has the same look as eleven years ago... I´m not comparing the NSX to a Crown Victoria, i´m comparing their looks.

Form fits function - the Crown Vic and the NSX are completely different kind of cars, aimed at different market segments. ;)

Crown Vic guy br BR (1)

2011-01-01 13:06

The Honda NSX have the same look for 13 year (19991-2004), so the Crown Vic isn't too old

Veeble Fetzer

2011-01-10 21:15

Antti-san wrote
Form fits function - the Crown Vic and the NSX are completely different kind of cars, aimed at different market segments. ;)


Well put.

MartinBond NL (16)

2011-04-28 16:54

It may be slow, bad looking, whatever...
I got the game for 20 minutes, and i've spent 17 of them cruising around in MY 'vic.
Come on you guys, who doesn't want to drive a police car..?

Statement made ;)

Sonic ZR1 RU (1)

2011-05-12 07:07

Love that car... :love:

Mudflap

2011-05-19 22:09

:love:

But sadly, Ford are discontinuing it in favor of the new Taurus-based Police Interceptor. It will be the end of a true legend, but will be very interesting to see what happens, with the Chevy Caprice PPV and Dodge Charger Pursuit entering the market.. Perhaps too early to tell yet, but I don't think the Police Interceptor will ever fill it's predecessor's boots.. Interestingly, the Crown Vic Interceptor's chassis code (P71) will be passed to the Police Interceptor. (Changing the 2010 Crown Vic's to P7A..)

However Crown Vic's will probably still be seen patrolling for a good few years yet. Police forces are currently stockpiling them.

For more info on the new 2013 Police Interceptor (both Sedan and Utility) visit here - www.ford.com/fordpoliceinterceptor/#

carcrasher88 US (20)

2011-05-19 22:27

@Mudflap: Yeah, it will definitely be interesting to see how it will play out. It'll be 4 police cars competing against each other, with the Caprice and Charger you mentioned, along with the Taurus and the E7 as well.

The Charger and Caprice are RWD (the new Charger doesn't have AWD available, right?), the Taurus is FWD/AWD. I keep forgetting what the Carbon E7 is, though...

A Hemi-powered Durango police unit would be awesome, too (depending on which side of the law you're on, of course...).

Crown Vic guy br BR (1)

2011-05-19 23:22

carcrasher88, the new charger have AWD, but is optional and just to civilian cars

Mudflap

2011-05-20 18:19

@CC - Oh yeah, the E7 too. Although I doubt it will be much of a success.. I'm guess it might cost a lot more, with all that tech, and I just can't see them even in the same league of success as the good ol' Crown Vic.. It is pretty awesome though.. And yeah, that's a nice idea on the Durango, but again, it's got competition from the Tahoe Police Package, and the Explorer-based Police Interceptor Utility..

For me, it's sort of a three way battle of the sedans..

carcrasher88 US (20)

2011-05-20 18:47

Yeah, Carbon Motors is saying somewhere between $40,000-60,000 for an E7, I think. It'll probably be a niche vehicle of the police interceptor industry.

About the Durango: It's 5.7L Hemi would be an excellent pursuit vehicle against those larger trucks and SUVs. It would almost be like the Supercharged Rhinos from Most Wanted, which is where I got the idea from, initially.

Sandie SX (0)

2011-05-20 19:02

It will be quite interesting to see what happens next. I think the Expolorer based police interceptor will be the more successful as it will be a much stronger car (which the police need) than the Taurus.

If I was buying I'd probably opt for the Charger.

Nice idea on the Durango. Make it so Fiat!

-- Last edit: 2011-05-20 19:02:45

Crown Vic guy br BR (1)

2011-05-22 00:11

Sandie wrote It will be quite interesting to see what happens next. I think the Expolorer based police interceptor will be the more successful as it will be a much stronger car (which the police need) than the Taurus.

If I was buying I'd probably opt for the Charger.

Nice idea on the Durango. Make it so Fiat!

The old Durango had a police version. Why not ?

geoman US (9)

2011-07-27 00:57

Crown Vic guy br wrote Why the kids don't respect the classics ? The Crown Victoria is the last american full size sedan, not an japonese super car


I agree. Im 13, and yet The Crown Vic is my favorite Ford Sedan of them all. I liked the 1992-1997 ones best. and the 1977-1996 Caprice being my favorite chevy.

-- Last edit: 2011-07-27 00:58:12

BeanBandit FI (1)

2011-07-27 01:35

geoman wrote

I liked the 1992-1997 ones best.


Me too, or, to be precise, the 1995-97 with larger rear lights, in Toreador Red.

geoman US (9)

2011-07-27 06:31

BeanBandit wrote

Me too, or, to be precise, the 1995-97 with larger rear lights, in Toreador Red.


yes, Those were good model years. I get the grilles of the 93-94s Confused with the '95-'97 Models. Ford_guy's much better at it. I still have much to learn about the trims, and different years they were Introduced.

movie star

2012-02-05 22:03

The Crown Victorias are great cars. Not bad-looking, as some people want to suggest! And after all, a police car is not there to make a fashion statement.

I would go for the Charger now. The Taurus is FWD. It looks ok, but it still is FWD and the Charger has already been there for a time, police officers are already familiar with it.

Really a shame that Ford discontinued the Panther platform. These were great cars.

-- Last edit: 2012-02-05 22:12:27

Mohammed QA (0)

2016-11-20 16:26

I Like Ford Crown Victoria and It's My favorite car ever.

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