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Machinery Chatter
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Tue Jan 22, 2013 01:11 PM CST

Ford Motor Company celebrated in January the 65th anniversary of its Ford F-series pickup trucks. In part, it did so by unveiling at the Detroit Auto Show its future vision of the F-150 in the form of a concept vehicle named the Atlas.

"The Ford Atlas Concept previews the innovations that will transform what people expect from their pickup," Raj Nair, Ford group vice president, Global Product Development said in a Ford press release.

The Atlas Concept is powered by a next-generation EcoBoost power train with six-speed SelectShift and auto start-stop shutoff technology. Auto start-stop shuts off the engine when ...

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