Watch a Ford F-150 Smoke a BMW M5 and a Honda with Ease
This video features a 2012 Ford F-150 FX2 powered by the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 smokin’ a Honda and a BMW. We don’t have the details on what all has been done to this boosted F-150, but based on how well it gets down the track – it is clear that it is not a stock EcoBoost engine.
On the first run, the F-150 FX2 goes head to head with what looks to be a Honda Civic. A very, very slow Honda Civic. What do you get when you pair a slow Honda Civic with a lightly worked EcoBoost F-150? A severe beating of the little economy car – and that is exactly what we see on the first run.
On the second run, the 2012 F-150 FX2 has a far more formidable opponent in the form of a BMW M5 with a sequential manual gearbox (SMG). There is no word on whether or not the BMW is modified at all, but based on the burnout – or lack thereof – it can’t be too far from stock. Even with that in mind, the poor burnout leads to traction problems as the M5 and the F-150 leave the line, giving the EcoBoosted FX2 an easy win over one of the world’s best-performing sport sedans.
Crank up your speakers and enjoy!