2020 Ford F150 Atlas
2020 Ford F150 Atlas welcome to our web fordtrend.com here we provide various information about the latest Ford cars such as Review, Redesign, Specification, Rumor, Concept, Interior, Exterior, Price, Release Date, and Pictures. We hope that the information we provide can help you and make our website become one of your sources in finding the latest car information. Happy nice day! tacked on to the end of a presentation of its new commercial transit and transit vans Connect in the Detroit Auto Show, Ford added a surprise show of its full-size Atlas pickup concept.
The Atlas is a finely veiled look at what Ford has in mind for production-Spec 2015 F-150. As Ford is happy to tell anyone who hears, the F-series truck has been the most-sold truck in the United States for the last 36 years. That’s important, especially considering GM has just revealed its new full-size tablets, the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, competing on the same set of shoppers. According to Ford, the Atlas is an exploration of improvements in fuel efficiency, potential technologies, and capacity gains.
The Atlas aspect is unmistakable contemporary built Ford Tough, with bulging wheel arches, a ring line at the front doors, and some of the largest nostrils in the grid ever seen in an F-150.
Behind that large grid is the next generation Ford dual Turbo EcoBoost 3.5 liters V-6, with a “truck-enhanced ” Starter Stop system. Other fuel economy upgrades in the Atlas include active grid shutters that close to improve aerodynamics when cooling requirements are low and active roller shutters that actually close the grids of Wheel ventilation at speed. The frontal air dam decreases at highway speeds to improve body flow and rises at lower speeds to clear obstacles off the road and around the city. Overall, Ford expects an improvement of 2 mpg in the fuel economy of the road thanks to these measures.
As for some of the other features of Atlas, we have seen some of them before: the 110 volt plugs in the bed have been around in the Toyota Tacoma, the multiple TIE-downs on the load walls and bed floor largely are common in the Pastel Today’s ace, the 360 degrees camera is fast-becoming a Nissan staple, and glove-friendly knobs and switches on the inside are a feature found in the Toyota Tundra.
But there are also some Ford-unique touches, such as a tailgate step that bends like a cradle-load, a roof conveying system for toting longer objects, and hidden loading ramps that slide out from under the bed floor. A couple of the features in the Atlas really arouse our interest. One is the dynamic hitch assist, which uses the rear camera and trajectory lines as a segmentation system to allow the driver to successfully align the ball and hitch. Another is trailer backup Assist, which Ford claims will help the novices to return a trailer in a parking spot as an experienced truck driver with the turn of a doorknob.
2020 Ford F150 Atlas
If these features are going to reach production-Spec 2015 F-150 is another matter. But if Ford is serious about keeping his sales advantage on full-size pills, we think that many of the features of the Atlas concept will see the light of day.