The 2024 Ford F-150 Police Responder pickup truck is specifically designed to enhance officer safety
By police 1 staff
DEARBORN, MI – Fleet order banks are open for the new 2024 Ford F-150 Police Responder.
As the first pursuit-rated pickup truck and one of the fastest Ford vehicles in its entire lineup, the F-150 Police Responder is designed to meet a wide range of law enforcement agencies’ needs.
The design focuses on ample cargo space to accommodate emergency response equipment, along with the impressive ability to transport horse trailers, boats and mobile command centers on and off the road.
The 2024 version of the F-150 Police Responder integrates standard features that enhance driver assistance, situational awareness, connectivity and software capabilities. Ford Pro Police customers enjoy an “always-on” connected environment complemented by a broad range of vehicle, financing, service and software solutions. This includes Ford Pro Telematics and fleet management software designed to dramatically reduce downtime and improve idle time and fuel economy by 50%.
Newly introduced standard features include:
- Police Perimeter Alert: A feature that increases situational awareness by monitoring the vehicle’s exterior for movement and potential threats, automatically locking the vehicle and officer when a threat is detected.
- Police Engine Idle: Allows the officer to remove the key and exit the truck safely without losing power to essential lights and sirens.
- Darkened Police Car: A feature that turns off interior lighting and enables blackout of the instrument cluster during surveillance operations.
- Extra Hot Sanitizing Solution: An innovative solution that temporarily raises internal temperatures above 133°F for 15 minutes to reduce virus concentration by more than 99 percent.
- Ford Pro Upfit Integration System (UIS): UIS simplifies setup and programmable control while ensuring seamless integration with the 12-inch digital displays, making it the second Ford vehicle to support UIS alongside the Super Duty.
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