Does Ford work on the F-150 pickup in the Tremor off-road version?July 9, 2019
A full-size pickup Ford F-150 can get off-road performance Tremor – this is what foreign journalists say. So far, nothing has been officially confirmed.
It seems like the recently seen prototype F-150 with a short cargo platform and a cabin similar to the one used on the Raptor versions is in fact a test sample of the new Tremor performance.
At the moment, there is no official information about what the F-150 truck will be like in the conquering-oriented off-road version of the Tremor, and indeed, the appearance of such a car has not been officially confirmed either.
It can be assumed that, if, nevertheless, the management of the “blue oval” decides to present such a version of its full-size pickup, we can expect a significantly elevated and reconfigured suspension, additional underbody protection, off-road tires, another control system and much more.
Considering that the more powerful Raptor version comes with a 3.5-liter V6 rated at 450 hp. twin-turbocharged, the new Tremor can get either a 3.3-liter V6 with a turbocharging output of 290 or 325 hp or a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V6. In this case, the new F-150 Tremor will be able to compete with the Ram 1500 Rebel and the Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss. These cars offer impressive off-road capabilities and a brutal appearance.
As mentioned above, there is no official confirmation of the brand’s intentions to present the Tremor off-road version for the current F-150 version, they want rumors that this will happen only in the next generation of the model.
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