The future of performance isn’t merely bright. It’s instead luminous - with Ford revving toward total chart domination by 2020. The Big Blue Oval recently unveiled its upcoming fleet of crossovers, compacts, and full-ton beasts; and critics across Seattle have already started celebrating.
We think you’ll soon join them.
As TFL Truck explains, Ford’s latest platforms rank among the most anticipated vehicles in North America - with class-leading performance expected across a wide range of verticals.
The 2020 Bronco (which should debut late next year) will redefine utility - with a sport-tuned suspension and a rugged V8 engine rumored. This platform will serve as a direct competitor of the new Jeep Wrangler and will re-introduce drivers to all-wheel capability.
The 2019 Ranger (which should arrive this fall) is among the most eagerly anticipated models in Seattle. Critics and drivers alike have been clamoring for a compact alternative to traditional half-tons; and this truck should deliver robust V6 performance and segment-leading payloads (more than 3,000 pounds is expected).
The 2020 F-250 Super Duty will shatter all performance records, with its rumored 6.7L V6 engine pairing with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Early spec sheets suggest that this will ensure an overall power increase of 10%, allowing the truck to haul more than 13,000 pounds.
TFL Truck notes that these platforms - in addition to the 2019 F-150 Raptor and 2020 F-350 Super Duty - are generating heavy interest across North America; and each should yield massive sales for Ford upon their release.
Which models are you most excited for? Share your opinions with us today!