Ford Heavily Upgrades The F-150 Pickup Range Inside & Out For 2021

Jun 29, 2020

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Originally introduced shortly after the Second World War in 1948, Ford’s F Series now enjoys something of a legendary status in the pickup world, with the American truck range consistently being the best-selling pickup family on the planet. And the Michigan manufacturer aims to maintain its dominance in the segment with the latest iteration of the world’s most popular pickup: the 2021 Ford F-150.

Sporting bodywork composed of military-grade aluminum, the outside of the 2021 F-150 gets a revised grille and headlight arrangement, as well as more pronounced fender flares, wrap-around bumpers, and a power dome hood. The new F-150 also gets active grille shutters, an auto-deploying active air dam, and new cab and tailgate geometry that reduces drag and makes the 2021 model the most aerodynamic F-150 ever. The inside of the car has also been largely reworked, gaining (optional) 12” infotainment touchscreens that can be split into multiple functions, plus Max Recline Seats that can be back a cool 180-degrees. And, in addition to a variety of powertrain options – including a hybrid version — the latest F-150 is offered with 11 different grill choices and 13 wheel options. Pricing has yet to be announced, though for more information you can visit the Ford website linked below.

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