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Ford’s trademark “Megazilla” may refer to its in-development Monster Crate engine.

ford is already V8 with the nickname of Godzillaand there may soon be a more powerful product named Megazilla.

A search of the US Patent and Trademark Office database revealed a trademark application for “Megzilla” made by Ford on Sept. 16.

It is specifically submitted to the crate motor section, covering both traditional internal combustion crate motors and the newer areas of electric crate motors. Eliminator electric crate motor It was announced at the 2021 SEMA show.

Ford Performance Product Manager Mike Goodwin mentioned in 2020 a new crate engine derived from the Godzilla V-8. he called it MegazillaFord may now be doing preliminary work to launch the engine, but automakers often file trademarks just to protect their names, presumably to keep them from being used by rivals. .

Godzilla is a 7.3-liter V8 debuting in the 2020 Ford Super Duty. Designed for trucks where durability tends to be more important than outright performance, it features a heavy but sturdy cast iron block as a result. It is rated at 430 hp and 475 lb-ft of torque, and in Super Duty he is mated to a 10-speed automatic, and in Ford’s medium-duty truck he is mated to a 6-speed automatic.

Future Megazilla versions with forced induction will 1,000 hp Helfant From Mopar? Let’s see how it goes.

https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1137250_ford-s-trademark-of-megazilla-may-point-to-monster-crate-engine-in-the-works Ford’s trademark “Megazilla” may refer to its in-development Monster Crate engine.

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