The Official Ford Scorpion Diesel Engine Mascot. No, We're Not Kidding.

Apparently Ford contracted an out-of-work Detroit-area album cover artist for 80s hair bands to do the mascot for the 2011 Ford F-Series HD's all-new 6.7-liter V8 turbodiesel Scorpion engine. Or they were channeling the band of a similar name. [] » 9/10/09 1:45pm 9/10/09 1:45pm

From Vulgar Display Of Power Stroke To Sounds Of Silence

Here's the sound of Ford's new 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel, or at least in the clip's second half. The first half's also the new diesel, but without the two pilot injections. That's why it sounds like an old 7.3-liter diesel. » 8/31/09 6:15pm 8/31/09 6:15pm

Ford's "Scorpion" Power Stroke Diesel V8: Live And In Living Color!

We showed you some great shots of the new 6.7-liter "Scorpion" Power Stroke turbocharged diesel V8 engine floating in space this morning. Now, thanks to, we've got a slew of live shots of the torquegasmic new engine. » 8/31/09 11:15am 8/31/09 11:15am

2011 Ford Super Duty: Leather-Wrapped Scorpion Goodness

Automobile Mag caught the 2011 Ford F-series Super Duty pickup testing just miles from Ford headquarters in Dearborn. In their camera-phone-shot pictures, we're able to see some styling changes peeking through the Chantilly-lace-and-leather camouflage. [Automobile] » 4/27/09 10:30am 4/27/09 10:30am

2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty: Big Upgrade For A Big Truck

The pickup-loving-boys at took pencil to paper to render what they think the expected major styling refresh of the 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty will look like. What do we think? [PickupTrucks] » 3/25/09 2:00pm 3/25/09 2:00pm

2011 Ford F-250 Super Duty: What To Expect

Despite last year's refresh, our friends at tell us we should expect the 2011 Ford F-250 Super Duty to get a bit more Super Chief-like newish nose along with the 6.2-liter V8 under hood. » 2/20/09 7:45am 2/20/09 7:45am

2011 Ford Super Duty Engine Mule Shows Off Replacement To Stroking?

Yes, we know that looks like a current F-350 Super Duty, but clearly we've been told it's not. Why else would we spend money on buying these photos? Is it because we're gullible and will believe anything Brenda Priddy tells us to believe. Perhaps. Or perhaps it's because we believe what she's telling us — that picture… » 4/28/08 7:52am 4/28/08 7:52am