Comments - Frankfurt 2011: Ford’s 1.0-Liter EcoBoost

Published: Sep 13, 2011
Description: Ford has already had no problem getting F-150 buyers to go with a smaller, forced-induction engine, and now they're looking to extend this philosophy to cars which already have small engines. The...
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Bryan Wesly Pascual Sep 14, 2011
20 yrs from now, there will be an EcoBoost 0.2 L producing 100 hp @ 3500rpm & 140+ lb/ft @ 700 rpm
Kai Andrew Carlson Sep 13, 2011
Base jetted make 170-80 with the 2.5
Jordan Smith Sep 13, 2011
Wow, that makes more than the current base VW Jetta.
Kenneth Williams Sep 13, 2011
Loud and goes nowhere. Lol
Michael Beach Sep 13, 2011
The ecoboost f150 is great but I wonder how a 3cyl 1.0L will perform?
Description: The 118hp version, which is the one the US is more likely to get, will also produce an impressive 125lb-ft of torque. These figures are roughly similar to the 1.6-liter unit currently in use, as is th...
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Simon Trépanier Sep 15, 2011
Good numbers for a small engine but I Hope that the sound of that motor will be ok. I drove a 3 cyl Toyota Yaris in France and i was not impress with the noise...
Ted Fernandez Sep 13, 2011
that's a pretty good torque figure.. it's not gonna win drag races but it should be enough for everyday driving..