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Breaking News: The 2021 Ford F-150 Will Officially Debut On June 25

Breaking News: The 2021 Ford F-150 Will Officially Debut On June 25

This will be the generation where we see hybrid and electric power make its way to the lineup

May 29, 2020

The fourteenth-generation Ford F-150 finally has a reveal date.

Ford has quite a few headline debuts this year, but fortunately now we know we won’t have much longer to wait for the new fourteenth-generation F-150 to emerge. In a recent tweet, a company spokesperson officially announced Friday that the 2021 Ford F-150 is coming on June 25, just three weeks or so from now.

From the spy shot above which we reported on back in February, the new F-150 isn’t a drastic shift from the current design. The front and rear ends have changed, but the overall design appears to be less revolutionary than previous generations we’ve seen. On the inside, there should be a more thoroughly updated interior, including a large infotainment screen as well as a fully digital instrument cluster, at least on Lariat and higher models.

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Testing the 2020 F-250’s MPG With the 7.3-Liter While Towing 12,500 Pounds

Testing the 2020 F-250’s MPG With the 7.3-Liter While Towing 12,500 Pounds

by Matt Barnes

With 430 horsepower and 475 pounds-feet of torque, Ford’s new 7.3-liter V-8 in its Super Duty trucks has the most horsepower and torque of any gas-powered heavy-duty pickup truck on the market today. But how does all that power affect fuel economy?

To test this, I took a 2020 F-250 Lariat 7.3-liter with the 4.30:1 final drive ratio on a nearly 60-mile test loop, empty and while towing a trailer. For the first trip, I kept the truck as light as possible, with only me in the truck. For the second trip, I attached a trailer weighing 12,500 pounds with a 1,300-pound tongue weight. Apart from me, there were some additional tools in the truck weighing another 100 pounds.

The route I used has sections of steep grades, city streets and freeway/highway. Starting in Provo, Utah, at 4,500 feet of elevation, the route follows a freeway for 9 miles, then heads east toward Provo Canyon. Before reaching the canyon, a section of city streets has many traffic signals. The canyon highway gains nearly 1,000 feet in elevation over 18 miles and has a 50-mph speed limit. My route topped out at 5,400 feet above sea level in Charleston, Utah. The return route followed the same path back down. 

F-250 MPG Empty 

With 475 pounds-feet of torque on hand and a very flat torque curve, driving the gas 7.3-liter engine with no additional weight was a breeze. The 10-speed transmission skips gears so smoothly it wouldn’t be noticed if there wasn’t a readout that shows what gear the truck is in. I found the transmission upshifts typically from 1st to 3rd to 5th, and from 5th onward it hit every gear going up. The shifts were always very smooth when unladen, which isn’t common with heavy-duty trucks

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First Sighting Of 2021 Nissan Frontier Reveals More Aggressive Design

First Sighting Of 2021 Nissan Frontier Reveals More Aggressive Design

6 hours ago by Karl Furlong Trucks

Nissan is readying its Ford Ranger competitor.

Yesterday, Nissan released a video teasing its future product lineup. Although little more than the dark silhouette and LED lighting of each model was shown, it was just enough for us to spot a new Z car, likely to be called the 400Z. Another Nissan in dire need of replacement is the Frontier truck, and the good news is, the video gave us our first glimpse at this fully redesigned 2021 model, too.

The stylistic changes are going to be major, and based on this first look via screenshots from Nissan's video, we're even more excited to see the completely revealed new Frontier, which is known in other markets as the Navara or NP300.

As a whole, the screenshots here reveal a much boxier and more angular design than the current Frontier. The headlights look totally different, too, with split LED DRLs that resemble those on the new Genesis GV80 SUV, and not too dissimilar to the Nissan Titan's lights. Speaking of the Titan, eagle-eyed watchers would have noticed that the video doesn't contain one truck, but two that appear fairly similar in size.

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Here's How Much A Fully-Loaded 2021 Chevrolet Suburban And Tahoe Will Cost

Here's How Much A Fully-Loaded 2021 Chevrolet Suburban And Tahoe Will Cost

4 hours ago by Martin Bigg Off-Road / 9 Comments

Online configurators for Chevrolet's new full-size SUVs are now live.

Late last year, the all-new 2021 Chevrolet Suburban and 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe broke cover, boasting a new truck platform that also underpins the Chevrolet Silverado, as well as refreshed styling, a redesigned interior, new technology, and improved driving dynamics. As sales are about to begin in the US, Chevrolet has launched online configurators for the two full-size SUVs, allowing you to explore the various trims and compare the available packages.

Four trims are available for both models: LT, Z71, Premier, and High Country. Pricing for the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban starts at $57,795 for the LT trim with 2WD and $60,795 with 4WD. The Premier trim starts at $66,595 with 2WD and $69,595 with 4WD, while the range-topping High Country will set you back $73,595 with 2WD and $76,595 with 4WD. The Z71 trim, which is available only with 4WD, starts at $63,195.

The smaller 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe starts at $55,095 for the LT trim with 2WD and $58,095 with 4WD. Upgrading to the Premier trim will set you back $63,895 with 2WD and $66,895 with 4WD, while the range-topping 2WD and 4WD High Country trim starts at $70,895 and $73,895 respectively. The 4WD Z71 trim starts at $60,495. All prices exclude the destination charge and can quickly rise when you start adding options.

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2021 Ford F-150 Will Have A Long-Requested New Feature

2021 Ford F-150 Will Have A Long-Requested New Feature

13 hours ago by Martin Bigg Trucks

Perfect for workmen and outdoor enthusiasts.

The brand new 2021 Ford F-150 is nearly here. For the first time, Ford's best-selling pickup will be offered with a plug-in hybrid and fully electric powertrain for its fourteenth generation. But this won't be the only new feature Ford will offer for the first time in the F-150's history.

According to Muscle Car and Truck's sources, the new Ford F-150 will finally be offered with an onboard electricity generator that can be used to power tools at a construction site or electrical devices during camping trips, which will no doubt please outdoor enthusiasts and save space in the truck bed.

Unfortunately, the publication's sources didn't provide any further details, so we don't know how much this option will cost or which trims it will be available on. However, the available generator will allegedly be offered for gasoline and plug-in hybrid variants of the new Ford F-150.

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Another Tesla Cybertruck Rival Has Big Things Happening

Another Tesla Cybertruck Rival Has Big Things Happening

31 mins ago by Jay Traugott Electric Vehicles

Is Detroit also paying attention?

All-electric pickup trucks appear to be the next big thing and America is leading the charge (no pun intended). Not only are the Detroit automakers actively developing EV trucks to compete with the Tesla Cybertruck, but so are a couple of other American start-up companies. Aside from Rivian, the other is Lordstown Motors, which is turning the old GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio (former home of the Chevrolet Cruze) into an assembly plant for its own purposes. The Endurance EV truck will be built there and, apparently, something else will be as well.

Speaking with the Detroit Free Press, Lordstown Motors CEO Steve Burns indicated more vehicles are planned aside from the Endurance. "We didn't buy a mass volume plant like this and not plan to fill it up," he said. What will those new vehicles be? An SUV and a smaller midsize truck. Both are expected to debut in 2022.

Right now, though, the main focus is all on the Endurance, which was originally scheduled to debut at the now-canceled 2020 Detroit Auto Show. An online virtual reveal will take place instead. Fortunately, this hasn't been a significant setback because Burns also said the company has taken "well over several thousand" pre-orders. A total of 20,000 units are planned next year, each with a starting price tag of $52,500.

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Ford F-150 Gets A New High-Tech Interior

Ford F-150 Gets A New High-Tech Interior

12 hours ago by Martin Bigg Interior

This is the futuristic F-150 cabin of our dreams.

The all-new Ford F-150 will make its big debut this year. To prevent alienating fans of Ford's best-selling pickup, the exterior will be subtly refined so it will still be instantly recognizable as an F-150. Instead, more significant changes will be found inside the cabin as the interior will be completely redesigned. With this in mind, artist Pablo Doldán has envisioned the 2021 Ford F-150 with a futuristic, high-tech interior. It's a shame it will never enter production, but we can still dream.

The artist has rendered the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor with a redesigned steering wheel featuring touch-sensitive controls, a massive Tesla-style portrait screen, and a noticeable lack of physical buttons. It's certainly pleasing to the eye, although the industry has come to learn that there's really no tactical replacement for certain buttons and knobs.

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There's A Good Chance The Ford Bronco Will Go Electric

There's A Good Chance The Ford Bronco Will Go Electric

8 hours ago by Aaron Brzozowski Off-Road

Ford's Bronco brand strategy is pulling no punches.

Ford's hotly anticipated new Bronco is on the way, and it might be poised to launch sooner than we'd thought.

Originally set to debut in June before reportedly entering production around mid-July, the Ford Bronco was delayed as the global coronavirus pandemic forced Ford to shut down its US manufacturing facilities for a couple of months. Those factories are only just now starting to reopen, and Ford is exercising caution, reducing shifts and maintaining greater distance between vehicles on the assembly line to keep workers safe.

As a result of all that, there had been some question as to whether the 2021 Ford Bronco would make it to market before the end of the year. But as big of news as that is, there's something bigger.

After the Bronco and its smaller, unibody cousin the Ford Bronco Sport launch, Ford will be watching their performance in the showroom closely as they decide whether to expand "Bronco" into its own off-road vehicle sub-brand.

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History Of The Modern Electric Car

History Of The Modern Electric Car

May 27, 2020 by Ian Wright Car Culture

The 10 most important cars that got us to where we are today.

The first electric cars were built in the 1830s, while electric taxis were commonplace in New York until the early 1900s. However, the rise of the internal combustion engine in the 1920s put an end to that. As the internal combustion engine offered a much higher range, commercial electric cars ceased to be viable commercial products until automakers started looking at them seriously again in the 1990s. The catalyst for the modern all-electric car came when California passed the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Mandate that aimed to ensure that two percent of the vehicles sold in the state would be zero emissions by 1998, and 10 percent by 2003. However, before the legislation came into effect, GM took the bull by the horns, and that's where we'll start our history of the modern electric car.

General Motors EV1 (1996–2003)

The 1990 GM Impact electric concept not only inspired California's legislation, but also the General Motors EV1 that was designed from the ground up as a fully electric car and marketed as a General Motors product. The vehicle was only initially available through lease agreements for residents of Los Angeles, California, and Phoenix and Tucson in Arizona. Consumers warmly received it, 1,117 were built across two generations, and the second generation had a range of 80-100 miles. GM wasn't happy about the cost of the lead-acid battery technology, though, and toward the end of its run, EV1 models were retro-fitted with NiMH batteries.

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Detroit Three have a new competitor in the electric pickup war — it's called Endurance

Detroit Three have a new competitor in the electric pickup war — it's called Endurance

Jamie L. LaReau
Detroit Free Press
May 26, 2019

The next time you might be considering an F-150, Silverado or Ram pickup, Lordstown Motors CEO Steve Burns wants you to know something.

“If you’re stuck in the mud next to a traditional pickup, we’ll come out first," Burns said of the all-electric Endurance pickup that his company will start selling next year.

Some might say "them's fightin' words" in the truck wars. But it's not only getting out of the mud that Burns bets the Endurance can do first.

He plans to dominate the all-electric pickup market segment for years even though he is taking on big guns Ford Motor Co. and General Motors, who both plan to offer all-electric pickups in the future and who currently sell the No. 1 and No. 2 best-selling pickups in the nation, respectively. 

“It’s a very difficult business to break into and it’s been dominated by names that have been here for a long time," Burns said in an interview with the Free Press. "But you don’t see anybody dedicated exclusively to light-duty all-electric trucks and we will be dedicated to it."

'A clear lane'

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