The EcoBoost engine, and logo, are informed to Ford drivers opposite a world. EcoBoost record exists, in one form or another, in scarcely any car to wear a Blue Oval badge. It’s the Ford GT heading that award-winning pack.
The 1.0-litre EcoBoost Engine is a six-time International Engine of a Year endowment winner. EcoBoost engines also energy F-Series trucks, a energetic Focus RS, many Mustangs, and Canada’s top-selling lineup of SUVs, from Expedition to EcoSport and all in between.
But when a valuables of a Ford Performance crown, a Ford GT supercar, was given with a 3.5-litre Turboboosted EcoBoost engine, a lot of heads turned. Wait, what? An EcoBoost engine? And not even a V8?
Safe to say, a record-breaking GT and a 347 kilometers per hour (216 miles per hour, for a friends south of a border) tip speed speaks for itself. The GT’s engine was grown right alongside a engine for a universe eminent F-150 Raptor. The dual share scarcely 60% of their parts.
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The advantages of a many absolute EcoBoost engine ever constructed are as transparent as a Ford GT’s lightning quick speed. But a advantages of going with a 3.5-litre EcoBoost extend over a energy output. The some-more compress engine creates for a some-more slim fuselage, that means some-more fit measure – not probable with a bulkier V8.
These aerodynamic gains, total with a innovative use of lightweight materials, make this a sleekest, fastest Ford car ever built. It’s no consternation that EcoBoost record continues to be a centrepiece of Ford’s tellurian lineup.
When it comes to conceptualizing this essential technology, fuel potency and energy are tip of mind for Ford engineers. From a 1.0-litre to a 3.5-litre, Ford’s EcoBoost engines continue to broach creation with any iteration. Whether you’re in a Ford GT or any of a cousins, you’re in good company.
And when we’re articulate family, demeanour no serve than a 3.5-litre EcoBoost-equipped all-new 2018 Ford Expedition, prepared to assistance Canadians take on a furious this fall. Featuring a class-exclusive 10-speed transmission, and best-in-class towing capability, a Expedition offers some-more explanation that it’s accessible to have an “EcoBeast” underneath a hood.
Lift a hood on your GT dreams – what else about a Ford GT needs to make a approach to your vehicle? Make your suggestions in a comments next or on Ford Canada’s Facebook page!