Ford introduced the newest member of the ever-expanding F-150 at a recent press event held at the company’s proving grounds in Dearborn, Michigan. The 2014 F-150 Tremor is a regular-cab short-wheelbase model that packs the company’s 365-horsepower turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 “EcoBoost” engine.
The brawny V6 mates to a 6-speed automatic transmission and locking 4.10 differential. Rear-wheel drive and 4✕4 versions of the Tremor will be available.
Intended as a “sport” truck, the Tremor wears specific exterior trim that includes flat-black accents, bodyside stripe graphics, and Tremor badging. Wheels are 20-inch black-finished alloys wearing raised-white-letter tires. Inside, there are bucket seats, black-leather upholstery with synthetic-suede inserts, a console with floor shift, and specific accents.
The 2014 Tremor is the first regular-cab F-150 to use the company’s popular EcoBoost V6 engine. With 365 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque, the Tremor should have the muscle to back up its sporty looks. We look forward to driving it. Watch for a drive report to follow soon.