The short-wheelbase Ford F-150 Tremor is powered by a twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 with 365 horsepower.
The Ford Ranger may be gone, but the automaker is still working to get those buyers to move up to the larger F-150. Perhaps that’ll be a little easier now as Ford has just revealed the F-150 Tremor edition. Powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that’s good for 365 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque (the same engine in the Taurus SHO), the Tremor is exclusively offered as a short-wheelbase, regular-cab body style. This engine-body style combo is being offered for the first time on an F-150.
To add some additional flavor to the truck’s intended sportier appeal, Ford has tacked on what it calls the FX Appearance Package that features flat-black accents, 20" flat-black wheels and unique body graphics. Also part of the package is a launch-optimized 4.10 rear axle. The interior features a flow-through center console and bucket seats with black leather surfaces and red piping. There are also brushed-metal accents, a red-stitched steering wheel and Alcantara seat inserts. Buyers will have a choice of either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive and an electronic locking rear differential is standard fare. Pricing will be announced later this year.