Featured Ford Engine Tech
Introduced in the late 90's, the 4.6L and 5.4L V-8 engines were produced for the Ford F-150 until 2010, being replaced by more sophisticated, fuel efficient powertrain combinations.
Ford's 6.2L V-8 was only available in the F-150 for a few model years, save for the SVT Raptor. However, it continues to be used extensively in the Ford Super Duty and commercial chassis cab applications.
The naturally aspirated 3.5L Ti-VCT replaced the larger 3.7L V-6 for the 2015 model year. While the 3.5L is significantly less powerful, it provides greater fuel economy than the previous engine option.
The 6.8L Modular V-10 engine by Ford has been used extensively in Ford Super Duty and medium duty truck applications since the 1997 model year. The engine offers impressive power, but isn't exactly praised for its fuel economy.
Ford's 4.2L Essex V-6 was offered in the Ford F-150 for the 1997 to 2008 model years before being replaced by a small, more fuel efficient 6 cylinder.
Ford's reboot of the Mustang GT350 introduced the wicked "Voodoo" V-8. The high revving 5.2L features a flat plane crankshaft and produces over 500 horsepower without the help of forced induction.
Exclusive to the Boss 302 Mustang for 2012 and 2013, the 5.0L Road Runner V-8 is an upgraded version of Ford's standard 5.0L featuring a slight increase in horsepower.
For 2013 and 2014 model years, the Shelby Mustang GT500 received a rare 5.8L supercharged engine that Ford engineers named the Trinity V-8. The engine platform, although short lived, produced over 650 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque.