2017 Ford Super Duty offers new adaptive steering system

By Admin | Posted in Ford, Ford Super Duty, Technology on Thursday, September 22nd, 2016 at 3:58 pm
How does the 2017 Ford Super Duty adaptive steering system work?

How does the 2017 Ford Super Duty adaptive steering system work?

Ford has worked to make the 2017 Super Duty the most advanced workhorse truck currently on the market. One of the technologies that the truck utilizes is an adaptive steering system. So how does the 2017 Ford Super Duty adaptive steering system work?

2017 Ford Super Duty Adaptive Steering Technology

Adaptive steering allows the Ford Super Duty to offer variable steering gear ratios depending on the situation. Ford’s system can increase or decrease the steering ratio by up to 30 percent. This results in increased driver comfort at highway speeds and better maneuverability at lower speeds.

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Ford’s adaptive steering system is contained within the truck’s steering wheel. The system utilizes an electric motor, gear unit and a small computer. When the truck is moving at lower speeds, the system will increase the angle of the front wheels. This means that the driver will have to turn the wheel less to steer more. At higher speeds, the ratio is again adjusted, giving the truck more relaxed responsiveness. The steering system also offers a specific setting for towing and hauling.

Technologies like Ford’s adaptive steering system are designed to give drivers complete control over the Super Duty. Systems like these make the 2017 Ford Super Duty the most advanced model yet. The 2017 Ford Super Duty is a truck that is ready for any challenge.

The 2017 Ford Super Duty is now available at Akins Ford. If you would like to take one for a test drive and learn more about all of the new features and technology systems available on the truck, stop by Akins Ford. Take a look at our selection of new Ford Super Duty models to learn more about everything we have to offer here at Akins Ford.

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