SEMA 2013: Ford F-350 Super Duty EcoTrek Can Go 1,800 Miles On A Single Tank

There are trucks that can go offroad, and then there are trucks that can go into the wilderness and keep going, going, going, and going. This F-350 Super Duty displayed at SEMA 2013 sports a 9-inch lift with Bulletpoof Suspension, aftermarket shocks and springs, and 20-inch BMF Wheels that can be mounted with two sets of BFGoodrich Tires — one for the street and another for offroading. But that’s only the beginning.

Hiding in the imposing F-350 are two TransferFlow fuel tanks: one 50-gallon unit under the bed and a removable 75-gallon tank in its bed. EcoTrek estimates a range of up to 1,800 miles per tank, with the truck being capable of running on diesel, biodiesel, algae-based biodiesel or any combination of those fuels.

The go-anywhere truck also sports a rooftop shelter, refrigerator, stoves, and flexible solar panels. Helping the user in making the truck their home in the wild is a cabin has lockable storage cabinets, sleeping bags, backpacks, apparel; a custom sliding shelf has also been installed for locking storage.

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