The details of these three presentations that shined at the North American International Auto Show.
Ford updated its workhorse, the 2024 F-150 was presented at the North American International Auto Show taking place in Detroit.
New front grille, updated vents and dark-colored headlights are part of the design change. Additionally, Ford drops the 3.3-liter V6 engine and moves to a 2.7-liter, 325-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine that will still be present in the standard line.
Inside the vehicle, users will find a 12-inch touch screen in absolutely all models. The Ford hybrid will have the same modifications.
One change that Ford was proud of is the “Pro Access Tailgate” that is used for loading and unloading and that works even when towing a trailer.
It is also intended that this new model has more efficient fuel consumption and fewer emissions. The AP agency reported that the new Ford will cost a starting price of $35,570.
However, the Ford company announced on its social networks that the price will only be available next year.
In the same show, the new Acadia crossover SUV from GMC, General Motors, was unveiled. This model increased its size so that more passengers and cargo can fit.
Another detail that distinguishes it is the distance between front and rear wheels that grows by 10.6 inches. Its height was also modified by 3.2 inches, as was its interior.
Its sale is scheduled for 2024.
Jeep Gladiator has an updated 2024 version. New electric seats, another front grille and side airbags are some of its modifications.
There’s more, this model can even circulate in 3 feet of water and has a 12.3-inch touch screen in all its versions. On sale, like the previous ones, in 2024.
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