Ford’s E-450 school bus is now available with a liquefied propane autogas engine from Roush CleanTech.
Azure Dynamics is working on a plug-in hybrid system for Ford’s E-450 chassis, typically used in shuttle bus configurations.
The E-Series stripped chassis hybrid is powered by an Azure Dynamics Balance hybrid-electric drivetrain. It uses electric-launch assist, gas-off idling, and regenerative braking.
Ford’s popular F-150 pickup now includes a choice of a 3.5L EcoBoost V6, a 5L V8, 3.5L EcoBoost V6, or a 6.2L V8.
Ford’s hard-working work truck is now available with a 6.2L V8 CNG engine while still delivering class-leading towing and payload capacities.
This F-550, upfitted with Spartan Motor’s firefighting body, is powered by a 6.7L PowerStroke turbo-diesel V8.
The F-59 Commercial Stripped Chassis is based on a ladder-type, single-channel frame constructed from 36,000 lbs. per square-inch steel. It has an available 6.8L V10 gas engine.
Popular with municipalities, the 2012 F-650 is available with a Cummins turbo-diesel with 360 hp. and 800 lbs.-ft. of torque or Ford’s new 6.8L V10 gas engine with 362 hp. and 457 lbs.-ft. of torque.
Powered by the 6.8L V10, Ford’s chassis is paired with an Utilimaster body for package transport.
Ford’s next generation police vehicle, the new Interceptor replaces the Crown Victoria, which ended its production run in August.
The Police utility vehicle offers 20% better fuel economy than the Crown Victoria, according to Ford. It is powered by a 3.7L Ti-VCT V6.
The Transit Connect CNG taxi is quickly becoming a popular vehicle for taxi companies from New York to Los Angeles.
The Transit Connect Electric is powered by the Azure Dynamics Force Drive battery-electric drivetrain. It can travel up to 80 mi. on a single charge.
Powered by a 2L I-4 engine, the original Transit Connect offers 135.3 cu. ft. of cargo space and 1,600-lb. of payload capacity.
Set for production in 2013, the Transit van will eventually replace Ford’s E-Series commercial vehicle. The Transit has sold more than 6 million units worldwide.
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