2020 Ford F150 Concept
2020 Ford F150 Concept 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! Ford reaffirms its promise of hybrid vans with the recent announcement of a hybrid Ford F-150, which must reach the market in 2020. The details are still scarce. We don’t know exactly what combination of the propeller an F-150 hybrid will use. Ford did say that the electrified F-150S will be built on its Dearborn truck plant, it will offer “powerful towing and payload capacity”, and be able to function as a mobile generator. Ford plans to sell the F-150 hybrid in North America and the Middle East.
Ford joins several other companies in its thrust for the electrification of the truck. Nikola a semi truck concept and the concept of Chevy Colorado ZH2 are aimed at fuel cell technology for pure electric propulsion. The W-15 farm horse concept is the goal of a plug-in of the electric transmission truck, with a gasoline engine that provides electricity for an extended range. All these concepts also offer the characteristic of the mobile electric generator. Consider feeding a job site, your home or your camp using your truck. Tesla is said to be working in a totally electric pickup truck.
Ford did not specify that the 2020 F-150 will be a hybrid plug-in. This probably means that the electrified F-150 will use a combustion engine and electric motors to drive the truck. In other words, the truck will not be able to go to an extended distance in electric power alone or tow/haul maximum loads only in electric power.
On the other hand, GM, Ford and RAM offer (or are planning to offer) a Turbo-diesel engine option in their half-ton or medium-sized vans. RAM has been selling the 3.0 L V6 EcoDiesel for a couple of years. GM offers a 2.8 L I4 Turbo-diesel in the Chevy Colorado and the GMC Canyon. This brings an interesting question for the most popular pickup truck segment in the United States – the 1500-series of half-tons. What power do you prefer in your half-ton? Please use the survey below and the comments section to let us know. We can take your comments to Detroit next week and discuss it with the truck manufacturers.
2020 Ford F150 Concept
What’s next for the Ford Raptor SUV? The 2nd generation truck went on sale this year, and is a very advanced and luxurious off-road machine. It’s also the fastest 0-60 mph truck we’ve ever tasted. The truck is a test-bed for the latest performance technologies, as evidenced by its high performance of 3.5 L EcoBoost V6 with a rating of 450 HP and 510 lb-ft of torque.
The Raptor will be due for the average cycle of updating for model year 2020. The addition of a high-performance gas/electric hybrid propellant could be just the ticket to keep the Raptor at the top of your game. Ford announced the intention to produce a hybrid Ford F-150 by 2020. Here is the press release of the Ford electrified vehicles from January 2017 which outlines the plan for a hybrid Ford F-150 and other vehicles by 2020.
Ford Raptor Hybrid: Pros
The extra power and the pair of a hybrid system could make the Raptor faster than ever. The extra pair is always good for low-speed off-road. It could offer a limited driving range in electric power only. Ford says a hybrid F-150 could serve as a mobile generator. This would be very cool for your next adventure off the road/camping trip.