https://media.ford.com/content/dam/...2021/f150/pdfs/2021-F-150-Technical-Specs.pdfFord said:Standard Halogen Quad Beam Headlamp. Optional LED Quad Beam Headlamp with Daytime Running Lamp, or optional Adaptive LEDProjector with Autommatic [sic] Leveling and Dynamic Bending and Daytime Running Lamp
Engines appear to be straight carryovers, plus the addition of the hybridWill it continue to be offered with the 5.0 V8?
When people call the Cybertruck a reset, this new F150 is what they have in mind.The low-chrome versions look best to me so far.
I was hoping for a slightly more revolutionary design, but the sheet metal is going to age well, no doubt, even with the familiar profile. Launch execution will have to be top-notch though - they can't afford the $1b in lost sales with the aluminum truck in 2014-15 when they lost their weld-assembly expert to JLR and had to switch to riveted body. And the Explorer new face and launch were already botched last year so they have lessons learned. I'll second opinions above that the onboard Pro-Power is probably the best work feature available - enough for running 28 refrigerators simultaneously!!! :thumbup:Looks very similar to the outgoing model, which isn't a bad thing.
Will it continue to be offered with the 5.0 V8?
This is going to revolutionize having an affair. Think of all the hotel room savings!The lay-flat seats are sick but only available on the super lux trims (King Ranch, Platinum and Limited)
You have to be a machoist to want to smash in a truck with hard ass seats. LOLThis is going to revolutionize having an affair. Think of all the hotel room savings!
On a serious note, I think ford really brought their A game to this refresh.
Every marquee feature really seems like it is something genuinely useful, and not gimmicky.
As someone who often has to work on a laptop in a vehicle, I am instantly jealous of the desk. The power station is awesome. The hybrid is probably going to be blisteringly quick. The interior looks nicely ergonomic, and I much prefer their implementation of the horizontal big screen.
Also while it was lost in all the other announcements, it is a pretty huge deal that they are confident enough in their autonomous driving to offer hands free. It looks like this will either be a debacle, or the fruits of their R & D is really paying off. That is going to be a killer feature, being in a comfyF150 driving itself down the road, is probably going to be a nice place to be.
They took the safe route aesthetically, but this is probably the best launch they have done in recent memory
At first I thought it'd be no more convenient than the knob on the Ram, which frees up even more center console area, but this would be nice for when you need to blindly switch back and forth between reverse and shift by feel. Popping up reminds me more of the joystick that Riker used in Insurrection than anything Picard ever used.Wow that transmission/shift lever.
Much want. Will say engage everytime I shift into drive.