What the hell is the deal with the DBD?

Posted by Adrian on May 06, 2019 12:38:11 If you haven’t seen it, the DB D is a hybrid of the original Ford Raptor and the Tundra.

It is a crossover truck with a diesel engine and can carry up to 6 people in its cab.

It also has a large, rear-facing cargo bed that can be configured to accommodate large trailers or semi-trucks.

The DB D was announced in March 2018 and the truck was expected to arrive on the US market in 2019.

A big, long-awaited product announcement from Ford’s parent company, Ford Motor Co., and the introduction of the DB’s first diesel engine.

Read more about the DB on the Ford Raptore website.

Ford’s new DB D. The truck is also getting its first diesel engines.

In addition to its diesel engines, the new truck will be equipped with the Ford PowerBoost 4.2 diesel engine, the company announced.

While the DB may not be the most advanced diesel truck, its diesel is not the most efficient either.

The EPA classifies it as a “high-hazard” diesel, meaning that a diesel-powered vehicle emits at least 10 times the amount of pollutants than a diesel powered vehicle of the same emissions class.

With the new diesel engines and its wider cab, the Ford DBD will be more suited to heavier and more demanding trucks.

Diesel engines are also designed to operate more efficiently in cold weather and on steep slopes, which are particularly problematic in areas with high snowfall and icy conditions.

For example, the TØTUNNØG truck, which is rated at 55 mph, has a rated power of 60 hp.

However, a diesel truck can only operate at 50 mph when operating on a steep slope, where there is a much lower power output.

“With its improved fuel economy and lower emissions, the next generation of Ford trucks is designed to be more efficient in colder climates,” the company said in a statement.

However, the diesel engines also have a limited range, which means that a heavy truck will only be able to drive around the city for longer distances, such as between big cities.

That means that it is more likely that the truck will end up in the city, where the higher range and lower power would be useful.

Also, the EPA classifications for the diesel vehicles differ depending on whether they are rated as “high” or “low.”

Diesel vehicles are rated “high”, which means they emit more pollutants than their non-diesel counterparts.

However the EPA does not require them to have a higher rating than a “normal” truck.

But that is where the similarities end.

Unlike the diesel truck that will be used by Ford, the trucks that will roll out in 2019 will not be diesel trucks.

The trucks will instead be equipped to be powered by natural gas.

This means that they will be able be equipped for a wide range of use, including long-haul cargo trucks, cargo delivery trucks, and even utility trucks.

A diesel truck will not only emit more pollution, but it will also be more difficult to clean.