Ford plans to uplift the use of Aluminum in their Upcoming F-150
|   Sunday, July 29, 2012
In the wall street journal there is an information where they reported that to enhance the fuel reduction and also to get together with the guiding principle of the federal fuel-economy. Ford Motor Co. tries to come across with the more usage of the aluminum on their upcoming F-150 to cut down the pickup to 700 pounds.

Ford also reveals the news that 25 percent fuel competence of the car model 2015 F-15 will rise due to this mass cut from the car- devoid of telling the forename of their source.


As the ford did not provide any information associated with this subject matter but authentication that they used aluminum in the lid of the F-150 from 2004. The company also said that they make use of this substance to laminar the power over the SVT Raptor limb, in addition to the off road based SUV F-150 model condition .

"It was too in advance to authenticate the hefty exercise of the aluminum substance of their peak selling car model" - a statement from the ford's executives.

The company they also reveal "Yes it's true that the company is searching for the multiple ways to improve the quality of cars and trucks with the help of some groundbreaking technology that will stimulate the fuel competence and potential.

As according to the rule of fuel efficiency, the average of the car's and light truck should be increased to 54.5 miles per gallon till 2025 proposed by the Obama government. There is also a wide range of options available for the automakers as they can use any new material like Diesel and increase the on hand engine along with transmissions.

Ford and Toyota Motor Corp. Already shake their hand on the thrust to boost the fuel competence of their light mass truck by using the hybrid skill. Ford and Toyota Motor Corp also accepted wisdom to use this hybrid arrangement in nearby Ford and Toyota rear-wheel-drive SUVs and also on their light weight trucks till the closing stages of this decade.
Although the aluminum is lighter in the weight than steel but it has some of its own drawbacks.

Aluminum can be easily snuffle while stamping presses used in the stiff part than steel. In addition to this, aluminum is more costly than the steel.
Many automaker companies are going to launch the light weight full sized truck in the upcoming year having mainly aluminum parts in it and having changed enhanced engines and a way to cut short the usage of the fuels.

The company is also planning to sell a truck smaller in size and light in weight in quite a few years. These new trucks will be the GM's largest pickup's but they are not capable to drag as much cargo or pull as much gear. They will be proved 20 percent more efficient in the fuel according to the company as the news revealed by an unnamed person who is well known with the GM's plan according to the journal.
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