Ford Atlas

November 24th, 2013 · Comments Closed · Ford

The Ford Atlas concept is decades to hear customers in the places where they work and play inspired. The result is a purposeful design with prominent wheel arches, a wide track and chiseled grill everything to strengthen functional Built Ford Tough ® their image. “We have to reflect on the concept of how Ford truck to help clients, wanted in their worlds-professionally and personally,” J Mays, Ford’s group vice president and creative director said. ” Every surface and function in the vehicle has been designed to keep the commitment and ability to provide a distinctive Built Ford Tough. ”

Ford Atlas designers trucks advanced functionality and at the same time new advanced features. For example, several piers in the walls of the cargo and the cargo floor are integrated, together with 110 volt sockets in the cargo box to recharge power tools. Concealed carry an integrated roof system extendable ramps for trucks unique functionality for a variety of jobs. The interior is furnished with details of the structural style with the latest ideas in the comfort of-, utility and sophistication. Innovative, light and thin leather seats comfortably allows legroom for rear passengers with integrated storage space for small items. “Floating ” instrument pods and glove-friendly buttons and controls remain robust and functional interior and stylish.

The Atlas Concept Ford EcoBoost engine features a new generation ® drive system that performs an improved truck technology start-stop automatic engine shutdown. Auto Start-Stop switches off the engine when stopped traffic to save fuel and elegantly suspended known function when the truck towed. EcoBoost uses gasoline direct injection and turbocharging to produce the fuel economy gains of up to 20 percent and reduction of CO2 emissions of up to 15 percent, compared with larger displacement engines. Over 500,000 EcoBoost engines have been sold worldwide, including 250,000 in the Ford F-150th

The Atlas Concept Ford to save fuel goes through a combination of active aerodynamic elements that reduce air resistance. Automatic shutters behind the grille left open when extra engine cooling needs, such as low-speed stop-and-go traffic or at work in the heat. The shutters automatically close to improve aerodynamics when driving on the highway at steady speeds. Automatic blinds are hidden wheels to improve the style idle and low speed, but automatically close at highway speeds to improve aerodynamics. Self-charging batteries with energy from the movement of the wheels in order to operate the blind.

Atlas Ford front wing to the wind increases at higher speeds to increase the air flow to the body. The air intake increases at low speeds useful ground clearance for off-road improve. Car-implement stirrups help passengers get in the car and put at rest against the truck when he moves to improve aerodynamics and ground clearance. The combination of these functions saves fuel over 2 mpg on the highway without the ability of the towing or hauling.

Ford Atlas Concept Truck

Ford Atlas Concept Truck