Monday, 24 February 2014

2015 Ford Atlas: What We all know So Far.

The Ford Atlas is usually a concept pickup truck which is similar to the 2015 F-150. Its capabilities include LED lighting, hidden shipment ramps, all-around cameras, and active aerodynamics designed to improve fuel efficiency at excessive speeds. The active aerodynamics should improve Atlas's fuel economy by 2 mpg.

Interior in 2015 Ford Atlas

The interior possesses blue LED lighting, four air conditioning, a screen with GPS as well as two cup holders. The Atlas also features leather seats. There is additionally a backseat with a tiny screen and two air conditioners. Exterior

The Atlas has 110 volt outlets inside bed. It will also get tailgate steps. The front has adjustable air dams. This feature was put into improve fuel efficiency and increases ground clearance when off-road. Active Grille Shutters will also improve fuel efficiency. Features

A 360 degree camera offers a birds eye view during low speed driving and helps the truck enter into small spaces. The new tailgate step was intended for easy entrance into the truck bed. Another feature is cargo ramps. These ramps were created to make it easier to load wheeled items. The Trailer Backup Assist automatically lines the truck with the trailer. The final feature is automatic start/stop button. This feature was meant to boost fuel economy.

The Ford F-150 full-size pickup is the best-selling single nameplate in the actual U. S. market, so any changes to Ford's premier truck mean a whole lot.

Buyers, dealers, and the whole industry are paying close focus on information about the next technology 2015 Ford F-150, the first all-new design of Ford's truck because 2009 model.

And fuel efficiency will be probably the most closely-watched specifications.

This yr, the new best combined gas-mileage for large pickup trucks is 20 mpg--achieved by versions on the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado C15 as well as the 2014 Ram 1500.

Lighter fat

While Ford lags behind, at 18 mpg combined, it's clear the company may wish to meet--and more likely beat--the 20-mpg amount, targeting a combined gas-mileage rating to get the best model of its new 2015 F-150 to 21 mpg or more, possibly as high as twenty three mpg.

The company is known to be using much more aluminum in the next F-150, though recent rumors say quality problems in getting acceptable panel quality could delay the new F-150's production launch from 6-8 to 10 weeks.

Thus far, there's been no indication that Ford plans to debut the newest F-150 pickup truck at the next Detroit Auto Show, which opens towards press three weeks from these days.

That could depend on whether Ford can get the alleged problems resolved and keep the truck on track for some sort of summer launch.

Reducing drag

Other likely fuel-saving technologies contain active grille shutters (already used on the current Ram pickup), retracting running boards, and a front air dam which can be extended at speed to decrease aerodynamic drag.

Last January, Ford showed these features plus an additional innovation--active wheel shutters--on the Ford Atlas Concept vehicle, its main concept vehicle in the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.

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