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6.8L slated for 2022 F150 and Mustang?

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  1. Antho

    Antho Full Access Member

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    I am the last person that wants to post a thread about a V8 raptor and when/if it's coming. This is the first time I've actually seen something with a bit of merit. Below is a thread that contained the video and the dropbox link of the video.


    New 6.8L at Windsor - 1:55

    Vehicles to receive new Windsor Engine @ 22:12


    Thread Link
    https://www.f150gen14.com/forum/threads/new-6-8l-engine-coming-for-f-150-in-2022.318/


    Dropbox Link of video

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/w3iex143duqwyi3/Ford TA News Conference-2020.09.22.mp4?dl=0
     
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  2. df4801

    df4801 FRF Addict

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    Yes. It is the twin-turbo V10 that everyone has been waiting for.
     
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    cant wait to see the new thread for tomorrow:

    "9.0L V12 twin turbo + supercharger + nitrous coming in all Ford models"
     
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    In the announcement, the Unifor president said they secured the production of a 6.8L engine for the Windsor Engine Plant. There was no mention of what applications it will be used on. The author of the article is assuming F150 and Mustang applications which is not true. A 6.8L will likely used in the next-Gen Superduty.
     
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    @4rdFan Did you watch the entire video?
     
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    Downsizing the 7.3 motor already.
     
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    Wonder if the push to produce more vehicles as all electric will reduce the fleet mileage (CAFE?) standards and allow for more freedom for the manufacturers for engine choices?

    Say now that you offer a hybrid or all extrications F150 and it’s sales reach a certain volume does that allow for a lesser fuel economy V8 to make it into the lineup?
     
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    Can't wait.
     
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    5 electric vehicles just from Ford Canada within the next 7 years, the world will be a totally different place in 10 years. I wonder if we will even have car shows anymore.
     
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    Sure we will. Don’t you like checking out batteries and electro motors?
     

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