LAS VEGAS – Ford Motor Co.'s Triton modular V-8 engine family, launched with the F-Series pickup for the '97 model year, has by almost any measure been one of the company's most successful engine designs. Ford's upcoming 5.4L Triton features a 3-valve cylinder head and variable valve timing. And Ford Powertrain engineers now are ready to release a substantial upgrade that they say amounts to a second-generation design. Already in production for certain Ford models in ...

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