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The 2020 Ford Super Duty 6.7L Power Stroke F250: to cost over $90,000, release date and update

The news that surrounds the 2020 Ford Power Stroke Duty Tremor is buzzed to be one expensive model, rumored to be priced around $90,000.

The Tremor off-road package is rumored to be an additional expense of $3,975. It should be noted that Ford hasn’t made any official public statement in regards to the pricing. With the 2020 Ford Super Duty, the lineup of trucks is being updated by Ford. These trucks will have all new grilles, bumpers, and lights as standout features.

The trucks will additionally get an updated 6.7-liter V8 turbo-diesel. But what we don’t know about are the announced power and towing numbers. Additionally, the new heavy-duty trucks have an all-new 7.3-liter gas V8 engine. We also hear that a 10-speed automatic transmission is also coming.

What we are waiting for us that 2020 F-250 and F-350 packages, that have the new Tremor off-road package. These packages give the truck a small lift, 35-inch Goodyear Duratrac tires, a rear locker, a front limited-slip, and last but not the least a crawl control system. These tremor packages will also be available on F-250 and F-350 trucks. They will come in several trims, and the engines will either be gas or a diesel engine. The F-250 Tremor package will cost about half of that (at around $4,000).

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Ford 2020 Super Duty 6.7L Power Stroke To Cost Over $90,000

Below are the Tremor package announcements from the summer, in case you have missed them.

35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac maximum-traction tires, the largest diameter tires on a heavy-duty pick up so far

18-inch matte-black wheels

2-inch front-end lift with a shorter air dam

A rear-end lift of “around 2 inches”

Progressive-rate springs to balance heavy-duty towing performance needs and to control body motion

Specially-tuned rear stabilizer bar for a lower spring rate, enabling less passenger head toss over obstacles during severe suspension articulation

Custom 1.7-inch piston twin-tube dampers to control body motion

Locking rear differential with electronic shift-on-the-fly engagement

New Dana limited-slip front differential; in certain models, the front axle can sense when a tire has lost traction and uses the brakes to send power to the wheel with traction

Off-road running boards that tuck up next to the body for damage control

Extended-axle vent tubes

Rugged skid plates, the same as fitted to FX4 models

An exact release date remains unknown as of now, more details on the same are awaited.