The Ford Atlas Concept, which is a preview for the 2015 F-150, has been officially presented to the public during the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
The best-selling pickup truck in North America, the Ford F-150, is getting ready to be redesigned and a first glimpse of what the model will look like is being provided by the Ford Atlas Concept, which was officially unveiled in a premiere during the 2013 Detroit Motor Show. The Ford Atlas Concept is influenced by the F-250 and by the F-350 and it’s getting a prominent front grille, bulging fenders, LED headlights, integrated tailgate spoiler, off-road tires, extendable ramps which were hidden and a 110V power outlet, amongst others.
The cabin of the Ford Atlas is getting metallic accents, leather seats with contrast stitching and more legroom, which will be adopted by the future F-150 generation. A Dynamic Hitch Assist system is also available for the model, along with a 360 degree camera and more. Power to the 2015 Ford F-150 will be provided by a turbocharged EcoBoost engine with start/stop and direct injection which should offer up to 201 percent in fuel improvement. Additional details on the Ford Atlas Concept are limited for the moment.