Check out the video of the Teardown of engine 448AA that endured over 160,000 miles of torture. Watch as engineers Jim Mazuchowski and Phil Fabien discuss the Torture Test program and how the engine held up.
Check out the video of the F-150 as it runs a full day at full throttle.
BFT Buzz 2011 F-150 EcoBoost Out Tows the Competition
Watch the video to see if the EcoBoost can survive as a skidder.
Super Duty versus Ram and Silverado to see which gas engine delivers the best fuel efficiency.
Take one F-350 DRW and one Silverado 3500 DRW. Hook them up to a trailer to tow their maximum weight. With even more horsepower and torque, the F-350 DRW easily outdistanced the Silverado 3500 DRW.
Watch as the 2011 Super Duty Diesel, with best-in-class 400 horsepower and best-in-class 800 lb.-ft. torque, motors past the 2011 Silverado Diesel once again.
The 2011 F-150 is coming with your choice of four new engines. And everyone is a leader. For the best in horsepower and torque, there's the new 6.2L V8. Want the biggest and the baddest? Here's your ultimate F-150 engine, with best-in-class power.
The 2011 F-150 is coming with your choice of four new engines. And everyone is a leader. With an available 5.0L V8, also with TiVCT design, the new 5.0L engine delivers power and capability. V8 Program Manager Mike Harrison explains why.
The 2011 F-150 is coming with your choice of four new engines. And everyone is a leader. The new standard in F-150 fuel economy and performance is the 3.7L V6 with advanced twin independent variable-cam (Ti-VCT) technology.
The 2011 F-150 is coming with your choice of four new engines. And everyone is a leader. And for the latest in innovative powertrain design, coming in early 2011 is the EcoBoost™ engine combining the efficiency of Direct Injection technology and the thrust of Twin Turbocharging. That means great fuel efficiency and V8 performance.
The 2011 F-150 is coming with your choice of four new engines. But we've singles out one engine to tests its limits mercilessly. If it has any limits. The all-new EcoBoost™. In the lab and in the field, we're going to prove just how tough this remarkable engine is.
When Super Duty is running in Tow/Haul Mode* the integrated Exhaust Braking System sends exhaust into the engine intake to starve the combustion process and slow the vehicle without generating additional heat in the brakes or transmission.
Mike learns how the exclusive Electronic Locking Differential* splits the power to the rear axle, 50/50 to maximize traction in off-road situations. • New Electronic Locking Rear Differential • Available in 4x2 and 4x4 models
Chief Engineer Chris Brewer explains to Mike how different types of technologies all work together to provide a towing experience only Super Duty can offer. • Best-in-class max towing capability* • Standard Trailer Sway Control • SelectShift Automatic™ Transmission