By on November 1, 2010

You’re driving down the road at a spirited tempo when you see a big, black, tuned Taurus. No biggie, right?

Wrong… at least, as long as Ford’s SEMA-bound Interceptor Stealth Concept helps police departments get past the car’s wrong-wheel-drive problem. And between its insanely stealthy looks, and its lack of previous cop-duty baggage, Interceptor Stealths will be hell to spot on enthusiastic drives. Here’s hoping they end up on detective duty rather than traffic patrols…

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