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2008 Ford Sport Trac Adrenalin

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Ford comes out with the new Sport Trac Adrenalin for the custom vehicle enthusiast.


Ford Sport Trac goes from the tough and dirty adventure vehicle you're familiar with to a mean and clean street machine with the new Sport Trac Adrenalin, an aggressively styled all-new street tuner.

There are people who love their vehicles. And there are people who really love their vehicles and want to show them off with “customized” flair. For them, the usual stock production model just doesn't cut it. These are Sport Trac Adrenalin drivers.

Whether parked or out on the road, no matter where it is, Sport Trac Adrenalin is going to turn a lot of heads. It's a truck you don't need to drive to enjoy -- it's that great looking. And adding some real sweet icing to the cake, the Adrenalin is factory-built to Ford's high-quality design and production standards.

Adrenalin Tour - Adrenalin's customization goes all around. Fittingly, the tour begins up front with the unique black crosshatch-style grille flanked by blackout headlamps, unique ground effects-style fascia with air dam and circular fog lamps.

Moving along to the sides, Adrenalin presents more unique features: fenders with vents seamlessly integrated with the front fascia; and built-in running boards (not add-on step bars) that visually connect with the front and rear fascias.

At the rear, designers departed from Sport Trac's side-exit exhaust pipe in favor of one that comes out the back of the unique fascia with dual-rolled chrome tips.

And those fabulous wheels! It's the 20” polished aluminum wheels on low-profile tires that bring it all together into one giant rush of styling adrenalin.

Sport Trac Adrenalin is distinguished not only by what it has, but also by what it doesn't. The absence of wheellip moldings and roof rack -- Ford designers made these omissions deliberately to accentuate Adrenalin's low, sleek look.

Available colors: Choose Black, White Suede, Silver Birch or Colorado Red. You might find the Colorado Red especially appealing. A uniquely deep red paint without metallic flaking, it's a really rich genuine “custom” color.

Stepping inside, you'll see a Charcoal Black interior with leather-trimmed seats, Medium Light Stone headliner, circle check film appliqué, and Adrenalin-branded floor mats.

Powerteams and Powertrains - Sport Trac Adrenalin offers two power paths: a standard 4.0L V6 with 5-speed automatic rated at 210 horsepower @ 5,100 rpm and 254 lbs./ft. of torque @ 3,700 rpm; or an optional 4.6L 3-valve V8 with 6-speed automatic rated at 292 horsepower @ 5,750 rpm and 300 lbs./ft. of torque @ 3,950 rpm.

Powertrain choices are standard 4x2 (rear-wheel drive) or optional full-time, fully automatic All-Wheel Drive (AWD) that instantly delivers traction to the wheels needing it most. AWD is an Adrenalin exclusive feature in the Sport Trac lineup.

The Adrenalin shares with its Sport Trac siblings all other features including standard 4-wheel anti-lock brakes and AdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control™).

Adrenalin Arrival - The Sport Trac Adrenalin will be revealed at the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Show to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, October 30 to November 2, 2007. It'll be available in Ford dealer showrooms beginning January, 2008.

Is the Sport Trac Adrenalin the truck you'd really like to be seen driving around in? Your local Ford Dealer has all the details on how to get one.
 

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They did a pretty good job of carrying styling cues from the SVT concept to the production version. Along with the roof rack and wheel moldings, i think they should have gotten rid of those three hooks on the side of the bed, or at least come up with a more subtle design.
 








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Maybe someday they'll stuff the new 5.0 into it. :thumbsup:
 








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