What happens when you add a spoiler to an SUV?

2 years ago 0 Share Share This article Share In 2015, Ford unveiled the Ford F-150 Super Duty, the first SUV to feature a spoiler.

The F-Series has become the best-selling pickup in the US for more than a decade, and it’s expected to continue to do so as the year progresses.

This is the third generation of the F-series, and the last to be built on a platform based on the F150 platform.

The latest version of the pickup, the 2016 Ford F150 Edge, also features a spoiler, with a slightly different design, but the idea is the same.

We spoke with Ford for this article.

The design is essentially a smaller version of a standard spoiler, and is made of two layers of polymer, which is bonded to the inside of the bumper.

The polymer layer is then applied to the bumper and roof, making up the second layer of the spoiler.

In theory, the spoiler acts as a liftgate, providing lift to the front bumper and reducing the amount of lift that the vehicle would have to take on.

This would help the vehicle achieve more cornering grip, and also allow for more traction in the corners.

The extra lift can be achieved by applying a small amount of force to the spoiler, as it pushes the bumper outward.

When applied to a vehicle, the weight of the material can vary depending on the vehicle’s configuration.

In the case of the Ford Edge, it’s made of polyethylene, which weighs about a pound and a half, whereas a similar spoiler in the F100 Edge would weigh more than three pounds.

The spoiler is designed to be strong enough to withstand impacts from the vehicle, which are typically made by large cars.

This means it can also protect the front or rear of the vehicle from a large impact, and should keep the bumper from sliding out from under it.

It’s also designed to withstand shocks from the driver’s hands and legs, and can also absorb a lot of impact from the road.

The new F-100 Edge also features front and rear spoiler assemblies.

The rear spoiler is made from carbon fibre, while the front has a steel frame and a metal housing.

The front and side panels are also made from steel.

Both sides of the roof can be removed to make room for a small rear hatch.

It also features the F250 Raptor hatch, a rear hatch that can be used for cargo or passenger storage.

This hatch also offers a full-size cargo space, which can be accessed by sliding out of the driver side hatch and opening up the rear hatch for access.

On the exterior, the F200 F150, F150SE and F250 F150 are the only F-200 pickups in the world to feature the rear spoiler, although the F300 and F300SE are also available with the spoiler option.

The Ford F100, F100SE and Ford F250 are all available with a rear spoiler.

A rear spoiler adds some extra strength and grip to the rear of a pickup, as the material is not bonded to metal.

It can also provide additional protection to the underside of the front and/or rear of an SUV.

Ford engineers decided to go with a front and a rear bumpers for the Fseries because the rear bumper helps prevent the bumper bumping.

This gives the FSeries a stronger and more aerodynamic front bumper, but also provides added grip to a front-end driver.

In a nutshell, the design is simple and has worked out well for Ford.

“The rear bumper is the best protection for a pickup in terms of protection, but it also provides additional strength and stability,” said Jim Clark, senior design engineer for the Ford team.

The idea for the rear bumper came from a long-term research and development project conducted by Ford’s Design Research and Development team.

It was part of a longer term research and design plan for the new F100 and F150 that was originally planned for production by 2019.

In 2014, the team designed the F400-series pickup, a longitudinally-mounted version of Ford’s popular F-450 pickup.

The team eventually came up with a new design for the next generation, the Super Duty.

This new version of pickup was initially slated to come out in 2019.

But the team had to make a decision about when to introduce the new pickup, and whether to go forward with the development of the next F series.

“It was a decision to take a look at the Super-Crew concept, which was a concept of a truck,” said Clark.

“We were looking at the front end of the truck, and we were looking to take the front out and the back out and then make it a truck.

It just seemed like a good idea.”

Ford engineers began the development process for the SuperCrew concept with a series of prototypes.

Each prototype