The definition of insanity is dynoing the same thing over and over…

In response to reader comments — and FoMoCo whining — about observed low-end power output (or rather, the lack of measured output below 2,000 rpm) during PickupTrucks.com's dyno test of Ford's all-new 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6, they've rerun the test. » 4/27/11 9:30am 4/27/11 9:30am

Here's What The Inside Of A Torture-Tested Engine Looks Like

On Saturday, Ford did an engine teardown and inspection of a "torture-tested" 3.5-liter EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 from the F-150. The engine ran for 300 hours straight, simulating 150,000 real-world miles, then dragged 110,000 lbs. So, how's it look? » 1/17/11 10:30am 1/17/11 10:30am

Ford F-150 Ecoboost: Efficient Rubber Burning

You've seen the engine, now here's the complete Ecoboost-powered Ford F-150 for the first time. I'm sure the burnout is standard pickup truck driving and has nothing to do with convincing F-150 loyalists to trust a twin-turbo V6. [PickupTrucks.com] » 9/22/10 2:45pm 9/22/10 2:45pm

Ecoboost Ford F-150 Makes 420 lb-ft Of Torque

Numbers for the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 Ecoboost Ford F-150: 365-hp, 420 lb-ft of torque at 1,700rpm. For reference, Ford's new 6.2-liter V8 returns 434 lb-ft at 4,500rpm. Point being, die-hard truck buyers don't trust twin-turbo V6's. Yet. [Pickuptrucks.com] » 9/20/10 5:15pm 9/20/10 5:15pm

Ford's First EcoBoost F-150 Photo?

Ford's hasn't yet released pictures of the twin-turbo, direct-injection 3.5-liter EcoBoost F-150, but in an announcement for ride-and-drives for the truck they included an image of an F-150 with an EcoBoost-ish badge. Is this the 2011 EcoBoost F-150? » 9/17/10 12:30pm 9/17/10 12:30pm

Ford F-150 Getting 400 HP EcoBoost V6

The intercooler in this spy photo is a peek at the 400 hp, 400 lb-ft twin-turbocharged V6 Ecoboost-powered F-150. It's almost as much power as Ford's 411 hp 6.2-liter V8 and will offer a rumored 23 MPG. [Pickuptrucks.com] » 5/21/10 12:30pm 5/21/10 12:30pm