Ford has unveiled its first-ever F53 sports chassis, a first for the automaker.
The new chassis is based on the iconic F-150 chassis that Ford introduced in 2017.
The new chassis has been crafted from lightweight aluminum, carbon fiber, carbon composite and carbon fiber composite materials.
Ford said the new F-53 sports model is designed to be a versatile platform for future F-Series models.
The Ford F-63 chassis will debut in 2018.
The F-43 will debut next year.
Ford also unveiled a few new technologies for its F-series sports cars, including the “C-Max,” an innovative all-wheel-drive system that is capable of up to 1.2G.
Ford says the C-Max system is “faster, more responsive and easier to control.”
Ford also says it will offer a “high-tech” ride assist system that allows drivers to “adjust throttle position and steering wheel angles.”
The F-54 sports car will debut at the 2017 Detroit auto show.
Ford has not revealed a release date for the F-56 and F-55.