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This Is What A 2020 Ford Crown Vic Might Look Like: Video

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Ford fans all around the country and the world have lamented the discontinuation of the Ford Crown Vic. The car was in service for decades with highway patrol and police agencies all around the country and is still considered one of the best police cars every by many. The car was also popular with average Joes who wanted a big American full-size car with a V8 under the hood that had the power to move.

The Crown Vic has a very simple design that many loved and is instantly recognizable as a police car by many. While the Ford Crown Vic has been out of production for lots of years now, there are still many who want Ford to bring the car back.

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For those out there who want the Crown Vic to return, TheSketchMonkey has a video up that shows the design process that does into modernizing the Crown Vic into something that Ford could produce. The design process itself is interesting and shows that the guy has some skills with Photoshop.

The finished product maintains the clean lines of the Crown Vic and definitely looks much more modern than the old car did. We could see this car in use with police agencies around the country. The only downside we see to the design from looking at it is that the front end of the design looks very much like a Chrysler 300C. It needs more Ford style to it. If Ford did bring it back (it won’t), it would probably have Mustang headlamps.

The design is based on 1991 to 2011 Crown Victoria. With Ford having removed all cars from the U.S. market other than the Mustang, we don’t expect to see any old cars return to the States. Earlier this month, the Mississippi Highway Patrol retired its last Ford Crown Victoria.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. Powerful V6 400+ HP
    8 to 10 speed automatic transmission
    Dashboard changes gauges–no idiot lights
    front & rear cosmetic updates

      • I tend to agree with you about the V8. However, if FORD won’t even put a V8 in the big EXPEDITION/NAVIGATOR, what makes you think they would put a V8 in a new CROWN VICTORIA?
        Car builders also have a tendency to put the V8 in a sport package exclusively which to me means a rougher ride and you pay more for it over the standard model.

  2. That’s pretty accurate on how it may have looked if FORD still built it. I would agree that it very likely would have not had a V8 but rather one of the turbo V6’s and a non turbo V6 for the lower cost trims. Perhaps even a hybrid which cabbies would have lived and the CROWN VICTORIA would still be the most popular cab. Fun to play the what if game.

  3. I HOPE THAT THE FORD CROWN VIC WILL RETURN I HAVE HAD OWNED HER PREVIOUS SISTER CRUISER,S AND I WOULD LOVE TO OWN A BRAND NEW ONE WITH UPDATES AND IMPROVEMENTS POLICE OR EVEN A MAURADER AND MARQUIS EDITION STAND AND DELIVER FORD BRING HER BACK I,M A TRUE FAN OF THIS BEAUTY!

  4. Seriously, do you proofread your articles before posting them ? There’s no way you have an editor , If so he or she is a lemur.

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