Ford Motor Co. has developed the ultimate F-Series SuperDuty pickup truck as a demonstration vehicle for the U.S. Army. Ford's concept truck, which recently passed desert field tests and is based on the F-350 SuperDuty Crew Cab, is modified and equipped with advanced drivetrain, suspension, electrical and electronic components. The truck was developed as part of the U.S. Army's COMBATT (Commercially Based Tactical Truck) program. The Army is working with Ford, General Motors Corp. and ...

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