Should Ford Use an Engine Setup Similar to This One for a Reborn Lightning?
What if Ford decided to make a new version of the Lightning, say, in 2018? Would you want it to put something similar to the MPT Performance-tuned engine you’re about to see in it?
We’re getting closer and closer to the on-sale date of the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor, but time’s just not passing quickly enough, is it? If you think so and you just have to have an aluminum-bodied off-road monster right now, Hennessey has got you covered.
Gasoline is pretty cheap these days, considering not too long ago we were at $4 per gallon across the country. But there’s a type of automotive fuel that’s even less expensive, and that’s compressed natural gas (CNG).
The EcoBoost V6 was introduced by Ford to offer an alternative to a gas-guzzling V8 that offered the same (or more) power and torque. While many of you here at Ford Truck Enthusiasts would rather have your F-150 with a V8, more people than ever are getting their trucks with an EcoBoost.
I know this is going to sound crazy, but the big red truck you see here is actually green. AAA ranked the 2015 Ford F-150 the winner of its 2015 Green Car Guide’s Pickup Truck category.