It is my opinion that a redesigned Crown Victoria would be well recieved and has countless possibilities. Its been most popular with Police departments and taxi cab companies obviously. But through the last 20 years it hasn't been exactly a best seller amoung private owners due to fuel efficiency and out of date styling (dont get me wrong i love the previous style) That could change with a updated intieror, extieror style, two different engine platforms (V6 and ecoboost V8) and a lighter frame but still keeping that famous Crown Victoria bulk appearence. I think it would be great to have an economy class V6 updated Crown Victoria with an mpg of 28 and a V8 as an option that would get 21-24mpg and have a lower 300 horepower range to compete with the 2014 Dodge Charger and Chevrolet Impala. It would also be nice for mechanical components of the older Crown Victoria to be compatible with the revamped models to keep repair costs low. I know it sounds like im describing a Taures but i think a Crown Victoria with a updated look that has a totally different and more square appearence as oppossed to the Taures, would be well recieved amoung private owners, police departments and taxi companies.