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While General Motors at 2013 Detroit Motor Show shows the new pick up models of Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2014 model year, Ford has prepared for this event Atlas Concept, which seems to announce the next generation of best selling vehicle in the U.S. their pick up F series.
The Ford Atlas Concept is inspired by decades of listening to customers at the places they work and play. The result is a purpose driven design with prominent wheel arches, a wide stance and chiseled grille all to reinforce its functional Built Ford Tough image.
“We wanted the concept to reflect how Ford trucks help customers in both their worlds professionally and personally,” said J Mays, Ford group vice president and chief creative officer. “Every surface and feature in the vehicle has been crafted for purpose and capability while retaining an unmistakable Built Ford Tough look.”
2014 Ford Atlas Price :
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2014 Ford Atlas Interior and Exterior :
Designers enhanced truck functionality, while creating new advanced features(see infographic here). For example, multiple tie down points are integrated within the cargo box walls and load floor, along with 110 volt electrical outlets in the cargo box to charge power tools. An integrated roof carrying system and hidden extendable ramps give the truck unique functionality for a variety of jobs.
Ford Atlas Concept is a rolling showcase of features that improve capability, durability and productivity to meet the diverse needs of pickup truck owners. Features include:
>. Dual Purpose Tailgate Step and Cargo Cradle: The acclaimed Ford Tailgate Step goes a step further by adding the ability to also act as a cargo cradle lifting and holding extra-long cargo items above the truck and freeing valuable bed spaceTrailer Backup Assist: This segment first innovation allows drivers to back a trailer with the twist of a knob. Ford research shows that backing a trailer is often the most intimidating task a truck customer can face.
>. Dynamic Hitch Assist: Hitching a trailer can be time consuming and difficult. Dynamic Hitch Assist helps precisely line up the truck’s hitch with the trailer coupling, eliminating maneuvering guesswork by showing visual cues in the truck’s center display screen.
>. 360 Degree Point of View Camera: A Ford truck first, the system gives a bird’s eye view of the truck to help position the vehicle in tight places or when there are obstacles near the truck such as on a busy job site or grocery store parking lot
>. LED Headlamps and Taillamps: Advanced LED lighting offers better road illumination than conventional halogen or HID lights and lasts longer. LED lamps also offer near-instant response, giving valuable extra warning time for following traffic.
>. LED Cargo Box and Side Mirror Lighting: Advanced, powerful yet efficient LED lighting brightly lights the cargo box and job site after the sun goes down with minimal battery drain compared to standard headlights or plug in lights
>. Hidden Cargo Ramps: Lightweight, durable loading ramps stowed below the cargo box can be quickly removed and set up to assist with loading wheeled items into the bed from landscaping equipment to dirt bikes.
2014 Ford Atlas Engine :
EcoBoost engines use gasoline direct injection and turbocharging to deliver fuel economy gains of up to 20 percent and reduction of CO2 emissions of up to 15 percent, compared with larger displacement engines. More than 500,000 EcoBoost engines have been sold globally, including 250,000 in the Ford F-150.
The Ford Atlas Concept goes further to save fuel through a combination of active aerodynamic elements that reduce wind resistance. They include:
>. Active Grille Shutters: Automatic shutters behind the grille stay open when extra engine cooling is needed, such as during low-speed stop-and-go driving or while working in hot weather. The shutters automatically close to improve aerodynamics when cruising on the highway at steady speeds.
>. Active Wheel Shutters: Automatic shutters in the wheels are hidden to improve style at rest and low speeds, but automatically close at highway speeds to improve aerodynamics. Self charging batteries use energy from the wheels’ motion to power the shutters.
>. Drop Down Front Air Dam: A drop down front wind spoiler lowers at highway speeds to improve underbody airflow. The air dam is raised at low speeds to improve ground clearance helpful for off roading.
>. Power Running Boards: Auto deploying running boards help passengers enter the truck at rest and tuck up against the truck when it is moving to improve aerodynamics and ground clearance.