Despite its displacement, the naturally-aspirated engine produces 400 horsepower and 410 pound-feet (556 Nm) of torque. The Coyote differentiates itself from the small-block V8s that Chevrolet uses through its dual injection system (both direct and port fuel injection), as well as the DOHC valvetrain that’s more efficient than Chevrolet’s OHV valvetrain.
The EcoBoost, on the other hand, relies on two spinny lads for bigger power and better efficiency. Codenamed D35, the second-generation 3.5L also marries direct and port fuel injection. For this application, the Ford Motor Company quotes 400 horsepower and 500 pound-feet (678 Nm). The combined fuel economy, as per the Environmental Protection Agency, is 20 mpg (11.8 l/100 km). The Coyote is capable of matching it with RWD.
Turning our attention back to the F-150’s order guide for 2023, the off-roady Tremor has dropped the 400A equipment group in favor of the 401A equipment group. That, in turn, will translate to a higher starting price. Only available in SuperCrew format with the 5.5-foot bed, the F-150 Tremor carries a suggested retail price of $60,110 compared to $54,120 for 2022.