2021 Ford F-150

What's New For the 2021 Ford F-150?

The Ford F-150 is all-new for 2021 and is redesigned from tailgate to grille. Six powertrains, including a hybrid, will be on the table for the F-150. To add even more options for buyers, the F-150 will have three cab configurations and long and short bed styles. The upscale models will include more than just a few luxury touches in the cabin. A towing capacity of at least 13,000 pounds is expected through the offered equipment.

2021 F-150 Trims & Features

The available trims for the 2021 F-150 include the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited. XL and XLT trims are more geared towards work-truck use, while the Lariat and above add a number of luxury features. The Lariat is expected to be the best mix of value and features.

The 2021 model is expected to have many interior upgrades. You can expect to find more premium materials in the cabin as well as additional storage spaces. Various convenience features will be added to make working in the trucks easier. For example, the shift lever for the 10-speed automatic transmission can fold flat in the center of the console to create a large workspace. Similarly, you can get front seats that fold flat to provide extra room for sleeping.

The F-150 will also feature a large number of connectivity features, including a standard eight-inch touchscreen. Higher trims will get a 12-inch touchscreen.

2021 Ford F-150 Interior

2021 Ford F-150 Horsepower

As previously mentioned, the new F-150 will have six powertrain options, all configured with a 10-speed automatic transmission. One notable mention for the 2021 model year is the all-new 3.5-liter PowerBoost full hybrid V6 powertrain, available on all trims from the XL to the Limited. The PowerBoost system is expected to deliver the most horsepower and torque of any light-duty full-size pickup, plus a range of 700 miles per tank of gas.

Ford F-150 Safety

A large suite of driver-assistance features will be available depending on trim and options. Some examples include a rear-facing camera for keeping an eye on a trailer, automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control. Ford has a semi-autonomous driving system in development called Active Drive Assist. Crash-test results are likely to be released closer to the truck's debut.

F-150 Questions

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