DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co. isn’t ready to share specific data – power and torque bragging rights are too critical in the heavy-duty pickup sector to let rivals get a look this far in advance, but the auto maker is promising its new homegrown Power Stroke diesel engine easily will surpass the previous generation in performance and efficiency. A demonstration here of the engine running at idle proves the new 6.7L V-8 also will operate with only a fraction of the outgoing 6.4L Power Stroke ...
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