Ford of Mexico launches the Lobo Tremor 2021, which is a great ally for rough work, personal use, and off-road experience. It is available at all dealers of the brand in the country with a starting price of 1,200,800 Mexican pesos (about 59,477 United States Dollars). The Tremor 2021 version evolves from the original Ford Lobo DNA, adapting to any type of terrain with a long list of differentiators that make it unique from the already known portfolio.

Ford is expanding its family of trucks with the all-new Lobo Tremor off-road truck, which combines the primarily off-road enhancements perfect for tackling the trails with the incredible towing and payload capability its owners have come to expect. All the added capability comes without losing sight of the core characteristics of a Ford truck: outstanding towing and payload capacity with a level of technology.

Working to tackle obstacles

Like any other Lobo, Tremor is built with a high-strength steel chassis and a military-grade aluminum-alloy body. It will be available in a single Double Cab version with a 1.7-meter-long, 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V6 engine and 10-speed automatic transmission, plus 4WD.

The upgraded suspension begins with the integration of retuned springs at the front and rear to increase ground clearance and help keep the tires firmly in contact with the ground. The front steering knuckles increased 3 cm in ground clearance, while the Tremor-specific monotube shocks at the front and twin-tube shocks at the rear have been tuned for softer damping at low speeds, with additional control for more severe events on rough trails.

New all-terrain tires mounted on unique 18-inch wheels offer increased ground clearance for greater confidence on rough terrain. While a bash plate at the base of the Raptor-style front chassis serves to protect front-end components in tough situations.

All of these modifications result in a 27.8-degree approach angle, 2.6-degree break-over angle, and 9.7 inches of ground clearance. Lobo Tremor has 1.5 inches more outbound travel in the rear and an additional inch of total travel in the front. To get into rough trails, the new Lobo Tremor includes a locking rear differential to get out of any terrain.

Tow and load everything you need

In addition to its off-road capabilities, the Lobo Tremor maintains the everyday capability you expect from a Ford truck. Tremor has a maximum conventional towing capacity of approximately 4,944 kg. Lobo Tremor owners will be able to easily load motorcycles or ATVs for adventure in the woods, trails, or fun in the dunes with a maximum payload capacity of approximately 855 kilograms. Like the other Lobo models, this version is equipped with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine and the LIMITED "Power Onboard" version's Electric Generator is available with 2.0 kW of exportable power for tools, such as an air compressor or electric chainsaw.

Designed to go beyond the track

The hood and front end have been redesigned for a more muscular and aggressive profile, while the unique grille with a blacked-out Ford oval is highlighted by Tremor's signature Active Orange color, which also accentuates two front hooks. Raptor-inspired off-road fixed running boards are mounted close to the body to limit damage, while a cut-out rear armor features a high-flow dual exhaust flanking its two rear hooks. An active orange badge appears on the spoiler, bedsides, and tailgate. Its interior is loaded with unique Tremor details, including a unique seat color with special stitching, materials, and finishes for the instrument panel, center console, and doors.

All-terrain technology built with a purpose

With a suite of road-assist features, the new Tremor Lobo includes Trail One-Pedal Drive* that helps make extreme off-road driving easier. In rough road situations, a driver typically must use both pedals, modulating the throttle and brake simultaneously to move the truck forward and avoid damage, Trail One- Pedal Drive simplifies all that, combining those operations into a single pedal (push to go, release to brake). The truck applies the brakes proportionally when the driver lifts off the accelerator.

With its "Trail Turn Assist" technology, Lobo Tremor will reduce the steering radius in tight off-road situations by applying the brakes to the inside rear wheel, allowing for tighter turns in low-speed maneuvers. Lobo Tremor also features selectable Normal, Tow/Haul, Eco, Sport, Slippery, Mud/Slippery, Deep Snow/Sand) driving modes, allowing customers to choose the most appropriate setting for driving conditions.

In addition to Hill Descent Control, Tremor will also have available Off-Road Cruise Control, which functions like cruise control for off-road use. Drivers simply select a set speed and the unit manages the throttle and brake to allow them to concentrate on steering through difficult off-road conditions.