The Ford Crown Victoria is a minor car in The Fast and the Furious series. A majority of police forces use this vehicle in each of the installments.
The Fast and the Furious
Ford Crown Victoria police cars are shown in the beginning along with Chevrolet Caprices where they chase down street racers. One chased Dominic Toretto though it was later switched to a Chevrolet Caprice when the cop turns around due to an error. Later a Ford Crown Victoria was shown being used by Tanner, where he arrives at a street to "arrest" Brian O'Conner, before bringing him to the LAPD's base so he can be debriefed by Bilkins on the undercover operation. One Ford Crown Victoria was also shown when Brian and the SWAT Team prepare to raid the respective homes of Johnny Tran and Lance Nguyen, believing them to be the suspects of truck hijacking.
In an alternate ending featured in the Blu-Ray bundle for all five movies, named "More than Furious", Tanner drives a Ford Crown Victoria to drop off Brian at 1327 after the latter had been resigned for aiding the escape of Dominic Toretto.
2 Fast 2 Furious
Several U.S. Customs and FBI use various Ford Crown Victoria cruisers to chase down street racers including Brian O'Conner, who had recently won a race and has been watched by Monica Fuentes, an undercover agent recruited by Bilkins to apprehend Carter Verone. One was used by Markham when he was able to apprehend Brian O'Conner by firing an EDU launcher at the Nissan Skyline GT-R that he drove. During the climax, the Miami Police Department use Ford Crown Victoria's and Chevrolet Caprices to chase down Brian and Roman.