Florida Police are rolling in unmarked Mustangs.
These days, a Crown Vic isn't the most common cop car out there. Not even a Dodge Charger is. It's the Ford Explorer Interceptor, which is still pretty good as an undercover vehicle as it blends in far better than the conspicuous sedan that has also been a popular machine for NYC taxis. As impressive as the Explorer is, it's not always ideal for undercover work. In Texas, police have been known to use stealthy Chevy Camaros for highway patrol, and Florida seems to be going the pony car route too. In the below video, we see a red Mustang GT at work.
Unfortunately, we have no context on this video, so we have know idea what the driver of the green Lamborghini Urus did wrong to attract the attention of the cop, nor do we know why the police officer chose to pull the SUV over in the most dangerous past of the highway, but we can only assume that there is more to the story than we are being made aware of here. Perhaps the Urus driver was formerly driving erratically or the plates were found to be of a stolen car - who knows? All we can say for sure is that a Mustang police car looks pretty cool.
According to some of the comments on the Instagram post, Charlotte, North Carolina also use Mustangs for law enforcement, but again, most of the comments are just people who are as perplexed as we are about what the Urus driver did wrong. Whatever the reason, we hope nothing bad came of stopping on the highway, but we hope that officers, whether in unmarked cars or not, obey the rules of the road themselves. Some have suggested that this cop was trying to entrap the Lambo driver by luring him into a race, but that doesn't really seem to be the case here considering the speeds of the cars relative to the rest of the traffic. Either way, racing Mustangs with dark windows in Florida seems like a bad idea.