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What do you think Ford will do with a super-efficient technology?

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Default What do you think Ford will do with a super-efficient technology?

Do you think that Ford would consider making a super efficient 4-cylinder F150 pickup with EcoBoost technology?


The 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost 4 Could Make a Great 2015 F150 SFE - Torque News

As all of the automakers work to come up with the most fuel efficient vehicles possible, the 2015 Ford F150 could call upon the new 2.3L EcoBoost 4-cylinder that will power the 2015 Ford Mustang to create a Super Fuel Economy model that would offer far less trucking capabilities and far better fuel economy essentially battling the fuel economy of the midsized truck market with an F150.
I would want one.
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