Full-size American pick-up Ford Super Duty model year 2020 is now available with a powerful 7.3-liter V8 engine, power up to 430 HP Less powerful, 350-horsepower version will also be available.
Earlier this year, the Ford brand introduced a brand new version of the engine for the modernized family full-size trucks Super Duty 2020 model year. During the Chicago auto show 2019, the “Blue oval” was not ready to disclose the output for the motor, but now we finally got them.
7.3-liter V8 petrol engine produces up to 430 horsepower at 5,500 rpm, and “best-in-class torque” – so say the representatives of the automaker, is 644 Nm available at 4,000 rpm.
With proven architecture of the upper valve, the new V8 also uses an oil pump with variable displacement, a very large main bearings, crankshaft is steel forged and the piston cooling nozzle to better control the temperature at high load.
In fact, the new engine will be available with two versions of output power. The less powerful of which has 350 HP (635 Nm) will be standard on F-450, F-550 as well as the new F-600, F-650 and F – 750 are positioned as medium-duty trucks. He also will be available for F-53 and F-59 and representatives of the upgraded series E. with a capacity of 450 HP, in turn, will be offered for the F-250 and F-350, complementing the engine range of the 6.2-liter V8 and a 6.7-liter diesel V8.
7.3-liter engine will be combined with the new 10-speed automatic transmission Ford all models, except F-650 and F-750 that will work with a 6-speed gearbox.