The Ford F-Series Super Duty is the hardest working truck out there – that’s a fact. Now Ford wants to take the Super Duty to a new level of refinement and luxury for those who want it all. Cue the new Super Duty Platinum.
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Following a quick reveal of the Harley Davidson model for 2011, Ford has announced the complete engine line-up for the 2011 model F-150. Four engine options are the go with two V6’s and V8’s helping the F-150 become a class leader in power and towing, whilst still gain well and truly above average MPG.
We recently told you the starting price for the new Ford Super Duty truck series which starts at $28,995USD. Well Ford has now dropped the bomb on all the other figures you really wanted to know…
The 2011 Ford Super Duty series is ready to be shipped out to dealerships around the U.S., but a starting price hasn’t been yet revealed. Automotive News, however, has got hold of a figure – a base price of $28,995USD.
The circle is now complete. Following a couple model years after the redesigned F-150, Ford has taken the wraps off the new 2011 Super Duty model at the Texas State Fair today. The new Super Duty debuts with a new look, new diesel engine called “Scorpion” 6.7-litre Power Stroke V8, and an all-new 6.2-litre gas-powered V8 (NOTE: This should be the same 6.2-liter V8 destined for duty in the F-150 SVT Raptor). Ford has still not released power figures for either engine, but the Power Stroke diesel does have the ability to run on B20 biodiesel.
PickUpTrucks.com has been busy rendering up a speculative image of the MY2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty truck.
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PickUpTrucks.com spies have caught a glimpse of Ford’s new in-house designed 6.7 litre diesel V8 under the hood of a Super Duty engineering mule. Codenamed “Scorpion”, the new engine is expected to replace the current Navistar-sourced 6.4 litre diesel Power Stroke engine if Ford’s heavy duty pickups by 2011.