The Dodge Charger had the quickest acceleration at lower speeds — 0 to 20 mph, 0 to 30 mph, and 0 to 40 mph.
But the Ford Police Interceptor had the best times going 0 to 50 mph, 0 to 60 mph and 0 to 100 mph.
A heavy SUV going faster than a fast sedan in a pursuit ratings test is notable, Terry said.
Which police car is the fastest?
The Bugatti Veyron is currently the fastest police car in the world with a zero-to-60 time of just 2.46 seconds. The results are thanks to the Veyron’s enormous 8.0-liter V16 gasoline-powered engine.
What cars can outrun cops?
Police cruisers definitely offer significant power (most squads drive Dodge Chargers and Ford Crown Victoria Inspectors), but these 11 new cars beat them every time.
- Ford Mustang GT.
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.
- Nissan 370Z.
- Audi R8.
- Ford Focus ST.
How fast is a Charger police car?
|SE||3.6 V6 Pentastar||124 miles per hour (200 km/h) (limited)|
|GT(2019),SXT w/performance package||140 miles per hour (220 km/h) (limited)|
|R/T||5.7 L V8 HEMI Eagle||155 miles per hour (249 km/h) (limited)|
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Are police cars faster than regular cars?
Police cars are equipped for durability more than speed. The heavy-duty cooling, electrical, and air conditioning systems require a larger engine than most cars have, so they do usually have the capacity for speeds well in excess of 100 MPH. However, many cars on the road are faster than the typical police car.
What country has the fastest police cars?
This is Dubai, where the police force has just been presented with a certificate by Guinness World Records for having the world’s fastest police car in service — a Bugatti Veyron — just one of its 14-strong fleet of supercars.
Are cop cars bulletproof?
No, they do not. It would be cost prohibitive to equip standard police vehicles with bullet proof glass (actually bullet resistant glass would be more accurate). Also, there is the issue of police cars being shot at (a relatively rare event in the United States).
Can I refuse a cop to search my car?
When can police search your car? While police generally need a warrant to search you or your property — during a traffic stop, police only need probable cause to legally search your vehicle. In other words, an officer’s hunch without evidence of illegal activity is not enough to legally search your car.
Can police drive as fast as they want?
The law and department policy will usually state that an officer must drive with due regard for public safety. 120 MPH on a 4 lane highway at 3am with no traffic and clear road conditions is a lot different than 120 MPH on a city street with congested traffic. Personally, I’ve taken a cruiser up to 145ish MPH.