2021 Ford F-150 lineup disclosed with full specs
Ford has released the full technical specifications of its fourteenth-gen F-150 range. The best-selling U.S. truck comes with many old engines, some new ones and a very capable hybrid powertrain.
The five-liter V8 gains a handful of points in power and torque and now churns out full 400 hp (298 kW) and 556 Nm (410 lb-ft). This spec can carry 1.5 metric tons (3,300 lbs) of cargo and haul a trailer attachment weighing up to 5.9 tonnes (13,000 lbs).
The 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 goes up 25 hp to 400 hp (298 kW) and up 41 Nm to 678 Nm (500 lb-ft) total. This one can carry 1,474 kg (3,250 lbs) and haul 6,350 kg (14,000 lbs).
The abovementioned EcoBost mill can be purchased in an electrified form called PowerBoost Full Hybrid, which produces 430 hp (321 kW) and 773 Nm (570 lb-ft) of torque. It can tow 5.8 tonnes, or 12,800 lbs.
All other engines stay unchanged, This includes the V6 3.0 diesel (250 hp / 186 kW, 597 Nm / 440 lb-ft), the V6 2.7 petrol (325 hp / 242 kW, 542 Nm / 400 lb-ft), and the entry-level 3.3L non-turbo (290 hp / 216 kW, 359 Nm / 265 lb-ft). The latter can still carry around 900 kilos (2,000 lbs) and tow 3.72 tonnes (8,200 lbs).
The powerful F-150 Raptor will emerge in 2021, and a high-end full-electric spec armed with dual motors in 2022, the company reports.
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