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To the newcomer or the casual observer, the 2014 Ford E-Series Cutaway resembles a truck whose rear end has been stripped off for spare parts. What most aren’t aware is that the E-Series Cutaway serves as the front-end for many commercial, utility and special-purpose vehicles found on the road every day. Put a camping trailer into the E-Series Cutaway and it automatically transforms into a mobile home. How about as a tow truck? The E-Series Cutaway can also do that. Why, you could even turn the E-Series Cutaway into a school bus if you wanted to.
The powertrain of the 2014 Ford E-Series Cutaway is what allows it to do all kinds of functions. There are three engine choices. The base engine is the 4.6L V-8, which produces 225 horsepower and 286 lbs. of torque. The next one is the 5.4L V-8 engine which produces 255 horsepower and 350 lbs. of torque. The third and biggest engine is the 6.8L V-10 which produces 305 horsepower and 420 lbs. of torque.
Having only a front-end, the 2014 Ford E-Series Cutaway has limited interior features. You have air-conditioning, vinyl upholstery, manual locks/windows, a tilt-steering wheel, and a 6-speaker AM/FM audio system. You could go for the higher-end models and avail of a few additional features like power locks and windows, power mirrors, keyless entry, 110V power outlets, a 6.5” touchscreen with a navigation system, Ford Sync with Bluetooth connectivity, and an upgraded audio system with satellite radio, and USB/iPod interface.
On the road, the 2014 Ford E-Series Cutaway will be greatly influenced by whatever rear-ends you choose to place on it. With regards to power, you can rely on its powertrain. It can tow a maximum of 10,000 pounds. User-defined upfitter switches are also present on the instrument panel, very useful during special purposes and operations.