Ford’s semi truck service concept is a real-life truck that will run you $3,800

The company has been teasing its semi-truck service concept for several years now, and Ford has finally confirmed that it’s working on a concept truck concept.

Ford unveiled the concept concept, called Ford Semi Truck Service Concept, at the New York Auto Show in April and says it’s the first truck to run on autonomous driving technology.

The concept is the first vehicle to use Ford’s automated technology, called Autonomous Vehicles for Service (AVS), which the company says will allow the truck to drive itself when the need arises.

It is based on Ford’s Fusion eGo Concept, which is an autonomous vehicle with a range of up to 120 miles and a range on the order of 30 miles.

The Fusion eG Concept is based off of the Ford Fusion eMotion Concept, but is much smaller and lighter.

Both vehicles use autonomous driving technologies to avoid obstacles, such as a heavy snowstorm, and also operate autonomously to keep the trucks from rolling.

It was announced in October and is expected to launch in 2021.

The truck concept was announced after Ford had already announced the next-generation Fusion ePower concept, which was expected to use a much larger battery and feature a longer range.

That vehicle will be built by a Chinese company called Zephyr.

Ford also announced the introduction of a brand new concept vehicle, the Ford Transit, which it says will be able to travel up to 250 miles on its own in the winter and will be equipped with autonomous driving.

Ford has also announced plans to create autonomous transportation for the next generation Fusion ePassport.

In the meantime, Ford has said it will add autonomous technology to its F-150 pickup truck next year.

Ford said that autonomous driving will be a feature on its new F-Series pickup and pickup SUV.

This will make it easier for customers to use their vehicle, especially when the car needs to be in a hurry.

The company also said it is working on the first autonomous service vehicles for the Ford Ranger and Mustang, which will be available in 2020.

The Ranger, which has the lowest starting price of any truck, will be the first to be powered by autonomous technology, while the Mustang, Ford’s biggest truck, is slated to have an autonomous driving system.

The Ford Fusione, which started shipping in 2017, will also be able, at some point in the future, to drive autonomously on highways.