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Brawn meets brains in the new 2022 Ford F-650 and F-750 trucks. The work-ready frame is designed to easily accommodate vocational bodies and Ford is the only manufacturer to offer both gas and diesel engines in its Class 6-7 conventional trucks. Offering a choice between the new 7.3-liter V8 gasoline engine and 6.7-liter Power Stroke® V8 diesel allows customers to spec the performance, efficiency and cost benefits that are right for their business. Both engines are mated to Ford’s 6-speed TorqShift® heavy-duty automatic transmission.
On-road safety technologies abound with standard traction control and auto headlamps, and available automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, electronic stability control, lane departure warning, Driver Alert System and auto high-beam headlamps. A standard modem with 4G LTE Wi-Fi for up to 10 devices helps keep drivers and crews connected while on the job or on the road. New Ford Telematics™ and Ford Data Services™ are available to help commercial customers operate their fleets more efficiently.
The modern instrument panel makes getting in the cab and driving the F-650 or F-750 as familiar as driving a Super Duty pickup. Drivers will find a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, standard Bluetooth functionality, AM/FM stereo radio and USB ports.
New for the 2022 model year with late availability is an available air compressor for the gasoline engine that can power air brakes, air suspension and other accessories like air horns or air ride seats. Previously, air brakes were only available on diesel-powered trucks. Also new is a gaseous fuel prep package that enables a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier to convert the 7.3-liter V8 gas engine to run on CNG or propane.
Production of 2022 F-650 and F-750 begins in January 2021.