By Cars.com EditorsAugust 19, 2013
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PickupTrucks.com's Mark Williams gets a first look at the 2014 Ford F-150 Tremor from the Michigan International Speedway.
[Upbeat Rock And Roll Music] [Upbeat Rock And Roll Music] [Upbeat Rock And Roll Music] [Upbeat Rock And Roll Music] [Upbeat Rock And Roll Music] I'm Mark Williams for pickup trucks.com.
And we're here at Michigan international Speedway, where we've had the first chance to look at the 2014 Ford F150 Tremor. A lot of interesting details on this truck. Let's take a closer look. All F-150 Tremors will get the FX sport package, which means blacked out front grill. Unique graphics on the hood, smoked out headlights and taillights, a unique 20 inch rim with Pirelli Scorpion tires, 2 75, 55, 20's Unique graphics on the side of the truck. However, the light bar, not part of the package, it's only here because this truck is pacing the race that the craftsman truck series is going to have here this weekend. Likewise, the gigantic graphics on the side of the truck, not a part of this package, it is going to be the same font, but it's going to be a small little label on the back quarter panel. Normally, this is the section of the video where we talk to you about our driving impressions. Unfortunately, Ford didn't give us a chance to get behind the wheel, but they did bring in a professional NASCAR driver, Brad Keselowski, and let us sit in the passenger seat while he took us on some hot laps on a road course here at the Michigan International Speedway. We can tell you there's a lot of fun factor with this new pickup truck. Inside, there's been quite a bit of reverse engineering that the Ford engineers have had to do. This short bed regular cab was never designed to have bucket seats or a center console or the shifter in the console either. Additionally, the "My Ford" touch system has been modified a little bit to fit in this dash. Some final details that are part of the tremor package: four 10 rear axle gears. Optional locking differential. It will be offered in both four wheel drive, and two wheel drive versions and pricing hasn't been announced yet, but from the packaging that we're seeing, we're guessing it's going to be somewhere between 35 and $40,000, $40,000, probably right around that $38,000 mark. For more information about what we thought and a video about what Brad Keselowski thought about the new 2014 F-150 Tremor go to pickuptrucks.com. [Truck Engine Revving] [Truck Engine Revving] [Truck Engine Revving]