(autoinsidenews) - Ford is not planning to offer any diesel-powered cars in the U.S., according to Automotive News. Ford has stated that it will not launch a vehicle unless it can make money, with tougher emissions rules in the U.S., the automaker doesn't think that diesel make sense for the U.S. market.
However, it's planning to expand its range of diesel-powered pickup trucks. Ford will offer a F-150 pickup with a 4.4L turbocharged V8 diesel engine co-developed with Land Rover towards the end of 2008, reports Trend.
Ford will promote its new gasoline direct injection and turbocharging technology known as TwinForce.