The most expensive version of the F-150 pickup is adding a Raptor roar in Ford's latest thrust in Detroit's hypercompetitive truck sector.
Ford Motor Co. said this week it will offer a high-output 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine — which has been available only on the F-150 Raptor performance pickup — on its 2019 F-150 Limited trim. The engine is the most powerful in the F-150's lineup, producing 450 hp and 510 pound-feet of torque. It will be paired with the automaker's 10-speed transmission.
Ford did not disclose pricing, but the 2018 Limited trim starts at more than $60,000.
The 2019 model will include a suede headliner, leather-topped instrument and door panels, ash swirl wood trim and special graphics.
The interior also will feature leather-wrapped massaging seats, a heated steering wheel and heated-or-cooled front seats.
Technology will include standard adaptive cruise control, standard precollision assist with automatic emergency braking, active park assist and a lane-keeping system. It will come with the Sync 3 infotainment system and 4G LTE Wi-Fi, among other features.
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