2018 Ford F-150: Reasons Why You Should Look Forward To It
It has only been a short time since Ford gave us the 2017 F-150 Raptor and the automaker is already making us look forward to the 2018 Ford F-150. True enough, there are quite a number of things we are excited about for the upcoming model. Here are some of the reasons why you should look forward to the 2018 Ford F-150.
2018 Ford F-150: The Long-Awaited Diesel
It is no secret that many of us have been yearning for Ford to bring us a diesel-powered engine for its F-150 and it would seem like the automaker has finally heard our voices. According to CNET, the 2018 Ford F-150 will have a 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel engine option when it arrives in the market. Unfortunately, there are no details revealed yet regarding how much horsepower the diesel engine can generate and the same is true when it comes to the torque. However, given the fact that the F-150 is easily one of the most powerful pickup trucks in the segment, we expect that its future diesel powertrain will be no less competitive than its petrol counterparts.
2018 Ford F-150: The Return Of Kings
If you are no fan of diesel, the 2018 Ford F-150 will still be something you would look forward to as its other powerful engines that brought it fame will also be returning like kings. It would seem that the 3.3-liter V6 engine that cranks out 282 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque will be once again be fitted in the 2018 F-150 as its standard powertrain.
In addition, the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine will also return along with the legendary 5.0-liter V8, which is said to be receiving another power upgrade when it arrives. Of course, we're just going to wait a little bit longer before we find out just how much stronger it will get. As for the 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine, reports state that it will also gain better efficiency and power due to the dual-port and direct-injection technology that will be introduced to it. Lastly, the 2018 Ford F-150 and all of its engines, except for the 3.3-liter, will be paired with the new 10-speed transmission that has been developed by the automaker along with General Motors.
2018 Ford F-150: Updated Exterior
If you find the current model of the Ford F-150 cool enough already, you will most likely find the next model to be way cooler. According to a report, the 2018 Ford F-150 will no longer be sharing the same platform as the one used in the automaker's larger pickups but it will still get a Super Duty truck appearance.
Fortunately for us in this regard, Ford has already revealed what the forthcoming F-150 would look like. Some of the most notable features are the twin-bar grille that is usually found only in Super Duty trucks. This is paired with new headlamps that allow for the new F-150 to look meaner. Find your way to the rear section and you will also find the looks fit for the latest truck.
2018 Ford F-150: A Better, Meaner Machine
The 2017 Ford F-150 is already one mean machine in all sense of the word and Ford has basically promised us a more beefed up version of it. That being said and given the fact that Ford has always delivered on its promises, we can certainly set the bars of expectation high for the 2018 F-150. Of course, there are many other reasons why you should look forward to the latest F-150 but revealing them all in one go would squeeze all the excitement out of it. Let's save some for later, shall we?
Dodge Latest Update: 2018 SRT Demon’s New Teaser Hints Of A Supercharger
The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon's latest teaser is out and it suggests a supercharger powertrain for the upcoming Demon.
Chevrolet Introduces ‘Red Line Special Edition’ To Nine Models In Its Lineup
Chevrolet showcases nine of its models that will be receiving a Special Redline Edition this year at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.
2018 Ford Expedition Review: An SUV, A Minivan And A Tow Truck In One Package
The 2018 Ford Expedition may just be the most versatile vehicle in the market today as it shows characteristics of not just an SUV but also that of a minivan and a tow truck in one package.
TuSimple's Self-Driving Trucks Will Be Automating Cross-country Shipments In The Near Future
Automating cross-country shipments is what TuSimple is planning to do with their self-driving big rigs within a few years.
This $600-Ford Mustang GT Rental Car Drove from New York to Los Angeles in just 26 Hours
The driver of a daring high-speed record "Cannonball Run" across America says video evidence of his pursuit "would probably land me in jail".
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Cybersecurity: The Top 3 Biggest Data Threats E-Commerce Businesses Face
When you make the decision to start your own business, you know you have to accept the good with the bad of it all. In that acceptance, there’s the potential to achieve great success and make more money than you ever dreamed but there are also certain threats posed against your business that can throw everything down the drain… But that’s just a risk you’re going to have to be willing to take.
[Watch] NASA Announces Week Update: What Happened to the Artemis Program?
Could we be closer to getting to the moon? NASA provides updates on the progress.
Minecraft Dungeons Jungle Awakens Guide: How You Can Easily Defeat The Jungle Abomination
The Jungle Awakens DLC for Minecraft Dungeons brings the destructive enemy boss, the Jungle Abomination. Here is how you can quickly defeat it.