When it comes to a all-new 2015 F-150, you’ve already seen it perform unbelievably good in lab tests, and real universe tests. You’d consider that’d be enough, yet come on; it’s a F-150 – we wanted to uncover we what this lorry can unequivocally do. So where do we take a Future of Tough to unequivocally pull a bar? To a universe of incessant frozen temperatures and smothered darkness. We took a 2015 F-150 to a Canadian Arctic Circle and put a hunt and rescue proffer and a veteran dogsled tutor behind a wheel.

The universe of night and cold are no compare for a  2015 F-150

When Search and Rescue proffer Lorne Browne travels for reserve from Inuvik to Whitehorse a integrate times per year, he’s travelling on some of a roughest roads in Canada, mostly in 24-hour dim and subsequent frozen temperatures. He needs to rest on a fact that his car is going to get him there protected and sound. Without a assistance of city streetlights along a farming roads, dim heightens a risk. But a 2015 F-150’s accessible class-exclusive quad lamp LED headlamps irradiate a highway ahead. Along with a new box lighting system, a new tailgate step and a fact that a lorry also doubles as a mobile authority centre means to energy computers, smartphones and GPS systems, a universe of dim doesn’t mount a chance.

The universe of night and cold are no compare for a  2015 F-150

 

When we take your dog out for a travel around a neighbourhood, it’s customarily a flattering willing experience; yet for veteran dogsled tutor Olav Falsnes in Tuktoyaktuk, it means battling a peppery head-to-toe cold. The heat in Tuktoyaktuk, one of Canada’s many northern communities, is life threatening, and though a correct vehicle, a elementary tour could fast spin into a presence situation. It’s a good thing a 2015 F-150 has a new 2.7-litre EcoBoost engine underneath a hood. EcoBoost record is specifically designed and tested for impassioned continue conditions, so even yet temperatures can plunge to reduction 60 degrees Celsius in Tuktoyaktuk, a 2015 F-150 takes it all in stride.

The universe of night and cold are no compare for a  2015 F-150

We’ve taken a 2015 F-150 to some of Canada’s coldest and darkest areas, yet where should we go next? Tell us on Facebook, Tweet us, or leave us a criticism below.