Ford has added to the updated heavy pickup truck F-Series 7.3 V8 engineFebruary 5, 2019
The top version of the model will get the most powerful petrol V8 in the class
Ford has unveiled the upgraded F-Series Super Duty heavy pickup. The model received a revised range of engines, a new automatic transmission and a system that facilitates the movement of reversing with a trailer system – Pro Trailer Backup Assist.
Basic versions of the model will be equipped with a 6.2-liter “eight”. In addition to it, in the lineup there is a modernized 6.7-liter diesel Power Stroke and a new petrol “eight” with a volume of 7.3 liters. The top unit should be “the most powerful petrol V8 in the class.” All engines work in tandem with the new, enhanced 10-band TorqShift automatic transmission with a mode switch and an exclusive power take-off for controlling attachments.
Driving pickups with a trailer is designed to simplify the camera-based Pro Trailer Backup Assist system and the Trailer Reverse Guidance function, which tells you where to turn the steering wheel when reversing. Both systems are compatible with different types of trailers, including residential units and with an S-shaped knee.
The Ford F-Series Super Duty equipment list includes a 4G Wi-Fi access point that supports simultaneous connection of up to 10 devices, a hold system, anti-collision prevention and pedestrian detection, wireless charging, and a USB-C port.
Pickups have slightly changed the bumpers, grille and design of LED headlights, as well as the design of the cargo platform door and lanterns. In the interior of the model used natural leather, wood, aluminum and suede.
Deliveries of updated cars to dealerships throughout America will begin this fall.
Previously, Ram introduced the most luxurious version of the new generation HD pickup line – 2500 and 3500 – called the Laramie Longhorn Edition. They feature a leather interior with a natural face and wood, as well as chrome-plated exterior décor.
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