Ford News Roundup: Low Riders & Hot Broncos

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Sweet Low Riders, 2018 Ford F-150 Engines, and One-Of-A-Kind Broncos Have Made for a Busy Week!

Off-roading trucks are the most sought-after at Ford Trucks Enthusiasts. That being said, this hot looking Super Duty low rider stole the show this week, with its charming looks and modified diesel engine. All week long we’ve featured the latest news on the upcoming 2018 F-150, as well as the all-new “Raptor Assault” academy. Check out this week’s “Ford Truck Enthusiast’s Round-Up”  to know all things Ford!



Meet the Engines of the 2018 Ford F-150

After introducing the all-new 10-speed transmission co-developed with General Motors for the 2017 F-150, the Blue Oval pulled the wraps off their new power-plants for 2018. Proudly displayed on pedestals at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, the various engine options for the 2018 F-150 were present for everyone to admire. Sadly, the new 3.0 liter Power Stroke was not. Read more…



New Bronco Won’t Be a Rebadged Everest

Instead of erupting of joy at the Ford Bronco’s confirmation, fans immediately began whining about the new Bronco being a softy. Will the Bronco offer a manual transmission, will it have a V8, will be a soccer mom’s SUV? Such questions and more engulfed social media. Furthermore, Ford’s Raj Nair responded. Read more…



Two Incredible Bronco Prototypes Surface

Two early prototype Broncos made their way to the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The first is a yellow 1969 “Boss Bronco,” which was a prototype for a high-performance version of the Bronco. The second of the rare SUVs is the very first Bronco prototype ever produced in 1966. It was later on gifted to Carroll Shelby in 1967. Read more…



Ford Launches ‘Raptor Assault’ Academy for Badasses

Have you ever wanted to be a Baja racing driver for a day? Now it’s your chance! The re-launched “Raptor Assault” is just for you. The Blue Oval just announced that all 2017 Raptor owners will receive complimentary admission to the one-day performance off-road school in Grantsville, Utah. The “Raptor Assault” experience previously had a price of $1,395 bucks. Read more…

Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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