Posted November 10, 2019 11:36:40A new video claims to show the W10 engine from the Ford F-150 pickup truck.
The video was posted by a user named w12engine, who says it shows the W11 engine from Ford’s F-Series truck.
A company spokesperson for Ford has not confirmed the authenticity of the video.
Ford told ABC News it had no comment on the video and would not be commenting on the issue.
In a statement on its website, the company said: “Ford F-series trucks use a new version of the W-10 engine that was designed and built to deliver greater fuel efficiency.
The W-11 and W-12 engines were developed with a large focus on efficiency and safety, and are engineered to deliver the best possible fuel economy.”
Ford also said it would not make any further comment.
The original video claims the W14 engine from Toyota’s new Corolla hybrid SUV was produced in 2016.
Toyota said on its Web site it was not aware of the alleged video.
Toyotas chief executive, Akio Toyoda, has previously denied there was a W14 version of its Corolla.
Toyoda has also previously said he was unaware of any videos of alleged W14 engines.
Toyotsu said it was investigating the video to verify its authenticity.
The BBC’s Paul Adams in Tokyo said he had been told that the video was a fake.
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