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It’s been decades since Supervan 3 debuted with a Cosworth V6 engine and a throwback Ford Racing livery. Supervan 2 was a Ford C100 Group C racer with a Mk2 Transit body on top. The original Supervan had Ford’s GT40 engine with a Mk1 Transit body shell on top. While it isn’t officially called “Supervan 4", you can go to a Ford Commercial dealership right now and order up a brand new Transit with a 400 lb-ft turbocharged 3.5-liter V6, and a 3.73 rear axle ratio with a limited slip from the factory.

Sure, the thing is still only capable of a 15 second quarter mile, and will run from 0-60 in 6.8 seconds, but there was a time where that was equivalent to supercar levels of performance. With a stock 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque, the Ecoboost Transit is pretty impressive. Grab a two-seater short-wheelbase low-roof model with alloy wheels and you’ve got a super hauler with leather seating, decent audio options, and a cool look for less than your average new SUV. It’s even available in British Racing Green.

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Even better than all of that, however, is the fact that there are already dozens of tuners offering upgrades for the 3.5-liter Ecoboost, as it’s the same one available in the F150. With just a tune, Livernois Motorsports claims they were able to get 428 horsepower and 469 lb-ft of torque from this engine on 93 octane fuel. Now we’re talking Supervan status. That’s a van that will haul anything you want it to, including ass. I want one right now!

Now I’m dreaming of an engine build with bigger turbos, more intercooler, more fuel, and an E85 fuel tune. Why am I dreaming about vans? It’s Van Time.