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By James Foxall
23 July 2007 03:38
It’s Ford’s take on a super-saloon rival to the Chrysler 300C SRT-8 and BMW M5 and is called the Interceptor after one of the Blue Oval’s US police cars. This new model’s been based around the mechanicals of the latest generation Ford Mustang with a slightly stretched floorpan. It's a concept at this stage, but will Ford build it? Engineers admit it would be fairly easy to put into production, it’s just down to the bean counters to decide whether it has a future. But it doesn’t just look the business. It goes fairly rapidly too…
That’s a clever trick of the design that succeeds in making it look imposing with extra wow factor. It’s actually a shade over five metres long which makes it a fraction bigger than a Mercedes S-class. So it’s big but well resolved. And I guarantee if you drove down the street in the Interceptor, you’d get more looks than the most blinged-up M5 would ever attract. The high waistline, narrow windows and bluff chrome grille with that dramatically short overhang make it WWF aggressive...
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