VIDEO: 2011 Ford Super Duty Diesel Powertrain

March 4, 2010
Peter Frantzeskakis, Ford vehicle engineering manager points out the technical highlights of the new 6.7 Power Stroke diesel as well as Ford's new heavy-duty six-speed automatic transmission and SCR aftertreatment system

Peter Frantzeskakis, Ford vehicle engineering manager, points out the technical highlights of the new 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel, heavy-duty 6-speed automatic transmission and SCR exhaust aftertreatment system-- all developed in-house by Ford for its redesigned 2011 Super Duty line of Class 3 through 5 pickups and chassis cabs.

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