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No real surprises here but interesting to see that the PHEV hybrid F-150 will get a 3.5L. Probably the same V6 base engine from the current F-150 which makes 375 hp. The Hybrid F-150 will probably be 400+ HP then.
 

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No real surprises here but interesting to see that the PHEV hybrid F-150 will get a 3.5L. Probably the same V6 base engine from the current F-150 which makes 375 hp. The Hybrid F-150 will probably be 400+ HP then.
I think it'll be a non-turbo 3.5L V6 in the hybrid F150. So I don’t think the PHEV is going to hit 400hp. It should have real good torque though with the electric assist.
 

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I think it'll be a non-turbo 3.5L V6 in the hybrid F150. So I don’t think the PHEV is going to hit 400hp. It should have real good torque though with the electric assist.
But there is no naturally aspirated 3.5L V6 in the current F-150, so you're thinking they'll use another engine just for the hybrid? Why wouldn't they just use F-150's current Ecoboost 3.5L V6 for the hybrid model?
 

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I'm surprised Ford isn't using the 3.3L engine that the Explorer Hybrid uses.
 

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I'm surprised Ford isn't using the 3.3L engine that the Explorer Hybrid uses.
The Hybrid is only going to be available for the higher trim levels so they probably wanted to give it the flagship engine that's being used in fullsized trucks and SUV's, which is now the 3.5L.
 

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I think it'll be a non-turbo 3.5L V6 in the hybrid F150. So I don’t think the PHEV is going to hit 400hp. It should have real good torque though with the electric assist.
I don't think Ford will make a new non-turbo 3.5L just for hybrid F-150. Too costly and they would have just used the 3.3L hybrid powerplant from the Explorer hybrid like @TheOne mentioned.

I'm with @Peter P and think this the hybrid powerplant will use the ecoboost 3.5L and make over 400hp.
 

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Should be over 500hp and 700 tq!! Go look at the 2019 Lincoln Aviator Hybrid as a preview. It has 495hp and 630 tq with the 3.0L
 

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Should be over 500hp and 700 tq!! Go look at the 2019 Lincoln Aviator Hybrid as a preview. It has 495hp and 630 tq with the 3.0L
Wow didn't realize the Aviator hybrid hit 495hp. I remember when Lincoln originally estimated about 450hp. Good call on the 500hp, I think it could actually happen and would make a huge splash for the hybrid F150.
 

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Good to see the 5.0L is still available. And this finally put the bed the 4.8L rumor if it wasn't already disproven.
 

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As I posted in the hybrid section...

I think it'll be a 3.5L twin turbo for the hybrid based on appropriate power level based on where Ford is going to position the F-150 hybrid in the lineup.

The 3.3L natural aspirated only makes 318hp / 322lb-ft in the Explorer Hybrid, versus the 3.0L turbo which makes 494 hp / 630 lb-ft in the Aviator Hybrid.

And since Ford is planning to position the Hybrid F-150 as a higher trim (and price), it needs to be making closer to the Aviator's numbers than the Explorer's.
 

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No way they'll make a separate 3.5-liter engine just for the hybrid. Cost would be extraordinary. Since it's not the 3.3 we can assume logically that it will be the Ecoboost.
 

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Should be over 500hp and 700 tq!! Go look at the 2019 Lincoln Aviator Hybrid as a preview. It has 495hp and 630 tq with the 3.0L
But the Aviator has a 3.0-liter I believe, not the Ecoboost. Although you're right, the Aviator has crazy good HP and torque.
 

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But the Aviator has a 3.0-liter I believe, not the Ecoboost. Although you're right, the Aviator has crazy good HP and torque.
The 3.0L is twin turbo which is very similar to the 2.7L (same block) it's an ecoboost. Lincoln doesn't label them as ecoboost
 

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here's my write up. Thanks to many of you for the info and the speculation. I incorporated some of that into this story. https://www.torquenews.com/9539/all-engine-details-leaked-2021-ford-f-150

All Engine Details Leaked for 2021 Ford F-150

A leaked document, supposedly from Ford, hit the internet and several various Ford-related forums recently. The document offers a good look at the engine lineup for the next-generation Ford F-150.

The document reveals five carryover engines from the 13th-generation, plus the new hybrid-electric engine. None of this is overly surprising, but there was some good little tidbits that help give us more insight into the 2021 Ford F-150. Let’s take a look at each of the six engines.

2.7-liter EcoBoost V6

According to the leaked document, this will be a straight carryover from the standard, 2.7-liter Ecoboost engine offered with 325 horsepower. While we don’t know the full specs, I don’t expect anything to change from this base engine, meaning that it will 325 hp and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

This engine is a twin-turbocharged and intercooled V6 with overhead cams.

3.3-liter Ti-VCT V6

This is Ford’s only naturally-aspirated V6 engine. It appears to be a straight carryover from the 2020 model year. According to the leaked document it will make 290 horsepower, which is the same amount as the current-generation 3.3-liter F-150. Therefore, we can assume nothing is changed and that means a torque rating of 265 lb.-ft. from this aluminum block with aluminum heads.

3.5-liter EcoBoost V6

This is the most-popular engine configuration for the F-150, so it’s no surprise that it will return for the 2021 F-150. This engine is a twin-turbocharged and intercooled V6 with overhead cams.

According to the leaked document, it will make 375 horsepower, which is the same amount as the current generation.

This engine configuration is so popular because of the torque rating of 470 lb.-ft. (at 3,500 rpm). It’s both a fuel-efficient and incredibly capable engine for towing.

3.5-liter Hybrid-Electric

Here’s where the leaked document provides little insight. We know this hybrid F-150 is coming. That’s no secret. We do see that the gasoline portion of this hybrid engine will be the 3.5-liter along with an electric motor assist (off a battery that will require a plug to recharge).

Now some of the forum rumors speculate that this will be a naturally-aspirated 3.5-liter instead of the Ecoboost. I don’t believe that will be the case at all as Ford does not offer such an engine.

Rather, the hybrid F-150 will have the 3.5-liter EcoBoost plus a hybrid motor. How much extra horsepower and torque that translates is unknown at this point. It will surely take the horsepower to over 400 hp, and the torque to over 500 lb.-ft..

One savvy forum member used the Lincoln Aviator hybrid as an example of amazing horsepower and torque and speculated that the slightly bigger 3.5-liter could even exceed the Aviator Hybrid’s performance of 494 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque. If true, that will be an exciting and viable option for truck buyers.

I don’t think it will get that much power and performance, but I do think Ford could really play up the hybrid F-150 as a legitimate contender for those who need to tow. Ford’s PR message needs to be clear, this isn’t a hybrid like a Prius, but rather a legitimate work truck that will also get great fuel economy without having to skimp on performance.

I can just imagine the torque!

3.0-liter Power Stroke Diesel

I wrote last week about the possibility that Ford would discontinue this engine due to poor sales of it. Interestingly enough, the leaked document reveals a horsepower rating of TBD (to be determined). So what is Ford up to with this engine then? Could there be a tweak to it?

The current-generation baby Power Stroke makes 250 hp and 440 lb.-ft. of torque. The EPA rating is impressive with a rating 22 mpg/city and 30 mpg/highway. But, surely the new hybrid F-150 will exceed these numbers, so I wonder if the hybrid will directly compete with the Power Stroke?

So if Ford lists the horsepower TBD, then does that mean they’re making modifications in some way to this engine? It’s quite curious why it would be listed TBD and why Ford had acted coy regarding the future of this engine. Let the speculation begin.

5.0-liter V8

A widely-circulated rumor was swirling about Ford developing a new V8 for the F-150. It was supposedly a slightly smaller 4.8-liter version. Many wondered if it would be ready for 2021. It isn’t. The popular, but slightly long-in-the-tooth naturally aspirated V8 will continue in the 2021 Ford F-150.

The leaked document shows it’s status quo for this engine which makes 395 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

It will either be a sigh of relief for the die-hard fans of the V8 engine or a little bit of disappointment that Ford isn’t launching a new V8 for this next-generation F-150. I would expect something new in this regard during some portion of the 14th-generation F-150, just not for 2021. Perhaps, Ford will introduce a new V8 in the 2021 Raptor? That would make sense, since it’s rumored that the 2021 Raptor will have a V8 engine.
 

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Nice summary. And agree that the 3.5L hybrid will use the twinturbo V6 ecoboost. Ford hasn't been making hybrids that go after fuel efficiency, but instead they're focusing on performance hybrids so I expect the F150 hybrid will be the same.

here's my write up. Thanks to many of you for the info and the speculation. I incorporated some of that into this story. https://www.torquenews.com/9539/all-engine-details-leaked-2021-ford-f-150

All Engine Details Leaked for 2021 Ford F-150

A leaked document, supposedly from Ford, hit the internet and several various Ford-related forums recently. The document offers a good look at the engine lineup for the next-generation Ford F-150.

The document reveals five carryover engines from the 13th-generation, plus the new hybrid-electric engine. None of this is overly surprising, but there was some good little tidbits that help give us more insight into the 2021 Ford F-150. Let’s take a look at each of the six engines.

2.7-liter EcoBoost V6

According to the leaked document, this will be a straight carryover from the standard, 2.7-liter Ecoboost engine offered with 325 horsepower. While we don’t know the full specs, I don’t expect anything to change from this base engine, meaning that it will 325 hp and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

This engine is a twin-turbocharged and intercooled V6 with overhead cams.

3.3-liter Ti-VCT V6

This is Ford’s only naturally-aspirated V6 engine. It appears to be a straight carryover from the 2020 model year. According to the leaked document it will make 290 horsepower, which is the same amount as the current-generation 3.3-liter F-150. Therefore, we can assume nothing is changed and that means a torque rating of 265 lb.-ft. from this aluminum block with aluminum heads.

3.5-liter EcoBoost V6

This is the most-popular engine configuration for the F-150, so it’s no surprise that it will return for the 2021 F-150. This engine is a twin-turbocharged and intercooled V6 with overhead cams.

According to the leaked document, it will make 375 horsepower, which is the same amount as the current generation.

This engine configuration is so popular because of the torque rating of 470 lb.-ft. (at 3,500 rpm). It’s both a fuel-efficient and incredibly capable engine for towing.

3.5-liter Hybrid-Electric

Here’s where the leaked document provides little insight. We know this hybrid F-150 is coming. That’s no secret. We do see that the gasoline portion of this hybrid engine will be the 3.5-liter along with an electric motor assist (off a battery that will require a plug to recharge).

Now some of the forum rumors speculate that this will be a naturally-aspirated 3.5-liter instead of the Ecoboost. I don’t believe that will be the case at all as Ford does not offer such an engine.

Rather, the hybrid F-150 will have the 3.5-liter EcoBoost plus a hybrid motor. How much extra horsepower and torque that translates is unknown at this point. It will surely take the horsepower to over 400 hp, and the torque to over 500 lb.-ft..

One savvy forum member used the Lincoln Aviator hybrid as an example of amazing horsepower and torque and speculated that the slightly bigger 3.5-liter could even exceed the Aviator Hybrid’s performance of 494 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque. If true, that will be an exciting and viable option for truck buyers.

I don’t think it will get that much power and performance, but I do think Ford could really play up the hybrid F-150 as a legitimate contender for those who need to tow. Ford’s PR message needs to be clear, this isn’t a hybrid like a Prius, but rather a legitimate work truck that will also get great fuel economy without having to skimp on performance.

I can just imagine the torque!

3.0-liter Power Stroke Diesel

I wrote last week about the possibility that Ford would discontinue this engine due to poor sales of it. Interestingly enough, the leaked document reveals a horsepower rating of TBD (to be determined). So what is Ford up to with this engine then? Could there be a tweak to it?

The current-generation baby Power Stroke makes 250 hp and 440 lb.-ft. of torque. The EPA rating is impressive with a rating 22 mpg/city and 30 mpg/highway. But, surely the new hybrid F-150 will exceed these numbers, so I wonder if the hybrid will directly compete with the Power Stroke?

So if Ford lists the horsepower TBD, then does that mean they’re making modifications in some way to this engine? It’s quite curious why it would be listed TBD and why Ford had acted coy regarding the future of this engine. Let the speculation begin.

5.0-liter V8

A widely-circulated rumor was swirling about Ford developing a new V8 for the F-150. It was supposedly a slightly smaller 4.8-liter version. Many wondered if it would be ready for 2021. It isn’t. The popular, but slightly long-in-the-tooth naturally aspirated V8 will continue in the 2021 Ford F-150.

The leaked document shows it’s status quo for this engine which makes 395 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

It will either be a sigh of relief for the die-hard fans of the V8 engine or a little bit of disappointment that Ford isn’t launching a new V8 for this next-generation F-150. I would expect something new in this regard during some portion of the 14th-generation F-150, just not for 2021. Perhaps, Ford will introduce a new V8 in the 2021 Raptor? That would make sense, since it’s rumored that the 2021 Raptor will have a V8 engine.
 

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Electric is for 2022. We knew that all along.
This pandemic has Ford pushing back production according to what I've read about Bronco. The same might happen with the P702. Given the model year dilemma with this I wonder if Ford will shorten the 2021MY, or if it production delay lasts even longer than expected, possibly "combine" the two years and push forward its full electric to a late 2021MY F-150 (??)
 

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Notice the current gen Raptors 450HP 3.5L TT isn't listed.
 
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