Ford has announced a new hybrid version of its police sedan based after the Fusion midsize sedan.

Dubbed the Special Service Plug-in Hybrid Sedan, it carries a 7.6-kWh battery, with a claimed 21-mile all-electric range, a top speed of 85-mph, and a 2.5-hour charge using a 240-volt Level 2 charger. When battery power diminishes, its 2.0-liter inline four cylinder engine kicks in to produce a 500-plus mile range, according to Ford. It only needs a regular wall outlet to charge.

The vehicle is also equipped with optional criminal deterrent interior features, such as rear-door control disabling and surveillance-strong lighting features with both interior and dashboard lighting dimmable to discretely tail criminals. Heavy anti-stab cloth seats, a trunk storage vault, and vinyl covers the floor and rear seating, much like traditional police vehicles.

The Special Service sedan is also intended for use by police, fire chiefs, government employees, and other law and safety enforcement personnel who are not patrolling the beat or chasing criminals, where the use of a pursuit-rated vehicle is preferred.

Ford has quickly made a name for itself over the years for its police sedans. Earlier in the year, Ford debuted two new police vehicles – the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan, the industry’s first pursuit-rated hybrid police vehicle, and the F-150 Police Responder. The former’s “pursuit rating” is a term coined by Ford to describe the vehicle’s capability to handle “heavy-duty” police tasks with its more robust braking and electrical systems to better handle chases and power communications. No third party criteria define the distinction.

Additionally, Ford was responsible for the Crown Victoria, a legendary police vehicle trusted by police departments nationwide with its pickup truck-like durability, V8 power, spaciousness, and off-road capabilities. In 2011, the Crown Victoria ended its production run after 32 years and 9.6 million vehicles. Hopefully, it remains a mainstay in future good cop, bad cop films.

Look for Ford to start filling orders for the Special Service sedan in December before delivering it in the summer of 2018. No word yet on pricing.