2020 Ford Super Duty® Offers New Integrated Electric Winch

integrated electric winch - L&L Motors - Roosevelt. UT

The Ford Super Duty® models already have the capabilities and power you need for a hard day’s work. For the 2020 model year, the trucks equipped with the Tremor Off-Road Package are now available with an integrated electric winch to better handle your off-road adventures.

The Ford Performance Parts winch by Warn is available for Super Duty® Tremor trucks, whether they’re gas-powered or diesel-powered. You can opt to have the winch as a dealer-installed after-sale accessory or a factory-orderable option.

Once installed, the new winch promises an impressive 12,000 pounds of winching power. The winch is powerful enough to pull many rigs over obstacles or out of the dirt. If a fallen tree is blocking your path, it can also move the tree out of the way. Coming with wireless remote control, the winch is not only strong but also easy for you to use.

The 2020 Ford Super Duty® with the Tremor Off-Road Package is ideal for both work and play. The available package adds locking rear differential, off-road shocks, a front air dam and 35-inch tires. When properly equipped, the truck also has a maximum towing of 15,000 pounds for conventional trailers.

If you’re in the market for a new heavy-duty truck, consider the 2020 Ford Super Duty®. You can check out the different Ford trucks available when you visit L&L Motor.

Ford Unveils Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Technology

Ford Connected Vehicle Platform

The Ford Motor Company has built its legacy upon innovation. That tradition shows no sign of stopping — at the Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s yearly conference in Washington, D.C., the automaker unveiled the Ford Connected Vehicle Platform.

Ford showed off two innovations aimed at making the road a safer place for drivers and pedestrians alike. These devices allow vehicles to communicate with other vehicles and mobile devices through Bluetooth®, blockchain encryption, and short-range communication technology.

The first demonstration showed a roadside unit that allows vehicles to wirelessly communicate with cyclists, pedestrians, and other road users. It allows pedestrians to be notified of oncoming vehicles they might not notice.

The second high-tech safety device aims to smooth out the issues inherent at four-way stops. It gives drivers an easier way to determine right-of-way, without the frustration of waving a hesitant driver on, while insisting, “Please, you go first.” Instead, the vehicles will have a conversation, ensuring smoother transitions and fewer miscommunications.

Ford Connected Vehicle Platform and Product Executive Director Don Butler is excited about the potential for these innovations. Aside from helping traffic run smoothly, Butler is excited to gather more data about traffic, construction, and emergency vehicles, so cities can strategically improve their infrastructure.

Want to see more of innovative technology, smart driver-assist features, and advanced communication capabilities? Test-drive a Ford at L&L Motor today.