The 2008 Ford Crown Victoria (EN144) is a full sized saloon that was in production between 1998 to 2011. It found popularity within the taxi and police consumer markets for its durability.
The P71 series is the common police interceptor model utilised within North America from 1992 to 2011. It was replaced by the Ford Police Interceptor Sedan and the Ford Police Interceptor Utility upon the end of P7B production.
The 1998 to 2000 model was the first production police interceptor version of the 2nd generation Ford Crown Victoria.
It replaced the 1st generation in 1998 with a restyled body that brought its looks closer to the Mercury Grand Marquis. It was discontinued, along with the rest of the Panther platform, in April of 2011, and subsequently replaced by the Ford Police Interceptor Sedan.
Need for Speed: World
The Crown Victoria is, despite being one of the heaviest cars in the game, a responsive and grippy car. Its nitrous delivers a great boost of speed, whilst its acceleration is very gradual. Players may be able to hit 186 mph (300 km/h) with nitrous. It is one of the best suited for Pursuit Outrun and Team Escape.
|Stock: 463 (C class)||Maximum: 649 (A class)|
The "Hoser" style is an unreleased Cop Edition car intended for release to celebrate Canada Day. It is fitted with aftermarket wheels, bull bars, and a white/red livery inspired by the Vancouver Police Department.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010)
The SCPD unit is unlocked at the beginning of the player's career.
|Not Available||130 mph (209 km/h)||$20,000||RWD|
|Earn 0 cop bounty||Traffic Police||250 bhp @ 4,900 rpm||8.5 seconds||1998|
It is slower than other cars within its class but is also the heaviest Traffic Police vehicle, making it possible for players to deal a great amount of damage to racers.
Need for Speed: The Run
The Crown Victoria appears in Need for Speed: The Run as a Muscle class car and as a traffic car.
The "Super Taxi" Signature Edition Crown Victoria is a secret car that can be unlocked by the player as a possible Bonus Wheel reward.
Top Speed: 218 mph (351 km/h)
0 to 60 Time: 4.4s
BHP: 750 @ 6,000 rpm
Performance: Tier 5
Manufacture Year: 2007
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)
The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor appears in Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012) as the main patrol vehicle of the Fairhaven City Police Department. It can be regularly seen patrolling the streets as well as remaining stationary at some speed trap locations.
Need for Speed: No Limits
The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor appears in Need for Speed: No Limits as a police car and a taxi.
Need for Speed (2015)
Need for Speed: Payback
The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor appears in Need for Speed: Payback as a Fortune Valley Police Department patrol unit and a unique player vehicle that can be unlocked by completing its abandoned car event.
As a unique vehicle, it can not be altered with any visual customisation items, it can not have its paint and wrap modified, and can not be stance tuned. It can, however, be equipped with performance parts and vanity items.
It is the only vehicle to have a performance level rating cap of 365, and is the only FVPD vehicle that can be driven by a player.
|Complete its abandoned car event when available.|
|Top Speed 197|
|0 - 60 4.70|
|1/4 Mile 12.83|
|N2O Capacity 4.0|
|N2O Power 4.0|
Need for Speed: Edge
The Crown Victoria 2008 appears in Need for Speed: Edge with a B class performance rating.
Requires 50 blueprints to produce
Top Speed 384
Nitro Capacity 385
Need for Speed: Heat
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered
Traffic Police Unit - Cop (Tier 1)
Earn 0 cop bounty.
130 mph (209 km/h)
0 to 62:
250 @ 4,900 rpm
Need for Speed (Film)
The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor appears in Need for Speed as a police vehicle. It can be seen during the Detroit pursuit scene, and later during the De Leon race as a California Highway Patrol car.
- The Crown Victoria is one of two available SCPD units for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 demo releases of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) for the Dark Horse event.
- In Need for Speed: World, the standard Crown Victoria Police Interceptor has a Juggernaut icon assigned to it when viewing a player's garage, but the vehicle doesn't have the Skill Mod equipped.
- In Need for Speed: The Run, it is listed as a 2007 manufacture year.