Ford F-150 pickup gets an off-road version
Ford unveils F-150 Tremor pickup with improved suspension for serious off-road driving.
Ford has unveiled a new version of the new generation F-150 pickup called Tremor, adapted for serious off-road driving. This variant will be located in the model family between the standard F-150 FX4 and the extreme modification Raptor.
The Ford F-150 Tremor is only available with a double SuperCrew cab and a 1.7-meter long cargo platform. Externally, the pickup truck differs from the usual car with an upgraded radiator grille with an orange stripe in the middle, two towing eyes, 18-inch alloy wheels, General Grabber off-road tires, two exhaust pipes, and reinforced protection of the lower body.
As for the technical component, the car received a significantly upgraded suspension with reinforced single-tube shock absorbers in the front and two-tube shock absorbers in the rear, as well as new springs, levers, and steering knuckles. Plus, the pickup was equipped with a self-locking differential on the rear axle, and for top versions, a transfer case from the Raptor modification is available.
The Ford F-150 Tremor will be available with an uncontested 3.5-liter V6 petrol engine running alongside a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Prices for the new product, the serial production of which will begin no earlier than mid-2021, are not yet known.
The standard new-generation Ford F-150 debuted in the summer of 2020. The model did not change much in appearance, however, it received a lightweight body with an increased proportion of aluminum, and for the first time in its history, it became available with a hybrid power unit.