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Old 12-10-2018, 02:27 PM
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Essentially it's 2 front module designs for one basic chassis. It's pretty clever. This is pretty much how Toyota and Subaru do their architectures.
Yeah, I think at some point we ill need to redefine the classic term platform more towards component sets...
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Old 12-19-2018, 01:31 AM
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Going to be interesting to see the towing ratings for this. Flipping to a RWD platform has to improve its towing ability.
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The shift to an RWD-based platform will definitely improve its reputation among police fleets.......as mostly police units still prefer an RWD vehicle (e.g. Dodge Charger)
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Old 12-20-2018, 01:25 PM
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The shift to an RWD-based platform will definitely improve its reputation among police fleets.......as mostly police units still prefer an RWD vehicle (e.g. Dodge Charger)
The Michigan State Police tested different Police vehicles including the 2020 Interceptor Utility (aka Police Explorer), and the AWD 3.0L EcoBoost version was the quickest and fastest. It even beat the V8 Hemi Dodge Charger police car.
https://www.tflcar.com/2018/12/ford-...olice-car/amp/
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