Propane Autogas – Conversions and Infrastructure

EPA Certifies IMPCO's Bi-Fuel Propane Autogas F-150

March 02, 2016

IMPCO Automotive has received certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its 2016 Ford F-150 propane autogas bi-fuel pickup truck with the 5.0L TI-VCT V-8 engine.

"The F-150 addition to our already broad range (Class 1 through 7) of vehicles allows IMPCO to offer an alternative fuel solution that can fulfill most any need in the alternative fuel pickup truck market," said Jeff Hall, IMPCO’s director of sales.

IMPCO’s bi-fuel propane autogas F-150 conversion can be purchased through any Ford commercial dealership with a ship-through option for IMPCO’s Indiana Conversion Center.

This product expands IMPCO Automotive’s pickup truck lineup that now includes dedicated and bi-fuel versions of the CNG F-250/F-350, the bi-fuel CNG F-150, and CNG Ford F-650/F-750s.

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