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2024 Ford F150 Gets New Tech And Freshened Looks. A cool new tailgate tops the list of changes for the refreshed king of pickup trucks. The F-Series has laid claim to the title of best-selling truck in America for 46 years running, so when it comes time to tinker with the formula that keeps it king of the pickup hill, Ford tends to abide by one rule: Try not to F it up.

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For its 2024 refreshing, that means you’ll find a lot of simplification from a reduction of build combinations, several color palettes available per trim, and even one fewer engine from which to choose but also some minor styling updates inside and out.

Given the unveiling of the 2024 truck at such a sensitive time negotiations with the UAW are teetering on the brink of collapse as you read—and place—the swiftly withering (to put it kindly) North American International Auto Show in Detroit—Ford Trucks General Manager John Emmert made the politically prudent point of reminding us that “100% of F-Series trucks are built in America.”

(Note, only 50% of components are sourced from the U.S. or Canada, and every 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine is built in Mexico. Still, the point stands.)

  • Ford adds a few cool touches to the refreshed 2024 F-Series, including an optional tailgate that opens two ways.
  • For the first time, the F-Series gets a heads-up display and will be the first in North America to offer an available stolen vehicle service.
  • Buying is made easier, too, with an ordering complexity reduced by 90%.

2024 Ford F150 Reviews

2024 Ford F150 with a sectional swing-gate; more base power; and bigger, better screens enhance America’s perennial best-seller. Three years into the typical five-year run for America’s perennial best-selling vehicle, the 14th-generation Ford F-150 gas and hybrid pickup vehicles are receiving a minor cosmetic and functional makeover, with Ford’s latest salvo in The Tailgate Wars a partial swing gate having the greatest impact.

In addition, the F-150’s base naturally aspirated V-6 engine will be redesigned, production of the PowerBoost hybrid V-6 engine option will be increased by a factor of two, new Fox Dual Live Valve shocks will be available for Raptors, along with larger screens, 5G LTE connectivity for all, and numerous minor detail improvements.

It has been a long time since the Ford F-150 was merely a workhorse, and in 2024 it will be an even more advanced instrument for truck buyers. Under its bonnet, turbocharged engines and even a hybrid option are readily apparent. You can still get a V-8 if you want it, but most F-150s come off the line with a turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 powering their wheels.

A 12.0-inch infotainment display is standard on every model, and for a monthly subscription charge, you can gain access to a hands-free driving feature that will drive your highway commutes for you. The most popular pickup truck in the United States is available in so many trim configurations that there is essentially a model for every budget.

However, the 2024 Ford F150 competitors also offer all of these features, so it comes down to nuances when deciding which vehicle brand is best for you. The Ram 1500’s air suspension improves ride quality, while the Chevrolet Silverado provides more standard connectivity and driver-assistance technology. However, the F-150’s capabilities and features make it a fierce competitor in the full-size pickup-truck battle, and this current iteration of Ford’s best-selling vehicle is its most innovative yet.

2024 Ford F150 New

New Base Power

2024 Ford F150 Ditched is the former base engine, the 3.3-liter V6, replaced across the board with the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, a twin-turbo unit turning out 325 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque (vs. 290 hp and 265 lb-ft of the 3.3-liter).

The rest of the engine lineup remains unchanged, moving up from the 2.7- to a 3.5-liter EcoBoost, the 3.5-liter PowerBoost found in the hybrid, the Raptor’s High Output 3.5-liter, a 5.0-liter V8, and the top dog Raptor R’s 5.2-liter supercharged V8.

New Trick Tailgate

Perhaps the coolest new piece of hardware is what Ford calls the Pro Access tailgate, a nifty piece that opens conventionally, power-folding down as an extension of the bed, but much like we’ve seen on the Honda Ridgeline since it arrived on the pickup scene, the tailgate can also swing open laterally—at least part of it can.

Instead of swinging from the outermost latch points, however, a smaller inset part of the tailgate opens; think doggie or Dutch door and you’ll be close. This inset gate opens to the driver’s side only, for easier access to the bed contents if there’s only one person in the truck.

Maintaining access to the bed while towing is the primary reason for the Pro Access tailgate, allowing the tailgate to swing open to a series of set detents, the first at 37 degrees, which ensures it won’t hit the trailer or trailer jack.

Opting for the Pro Access tailgate, however, won’t allow for the pull-out step option, which remains available. It also produces a seriously heavy tailgate. Also, by only opening to the driver’s side, it actually makes access from the curbside while hitched to a trailer extra onerous.

New-ish Faces

New F150 refreshed the front fascias across the 2024 Ford F150 lineup, with every model now getting standard LED front lighting. Premium trim F-150s, from Lariat to Platinum, see slight revisions to how the lights integrate into the central grille opening, which itself gets a sleeker, more horizontal design.

On lower trims, Ford is switching up the front clip in more dramatic fashion with what it calls a coast-to-coast grille. The lights and grille opening work together much more cohesively, though it’s in the off-road-spec Tremor model where this effect works best, accented with a horizontal accent piece that runs from light edge to light edge.

New Trim Level, Sort of

The 2024 Ford F150 Lineup remains largely familiar, starting off with the entry-level XL, moving through the mid-pack STX and XLT trims, and topping off with Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum models. But replacing the Limited at the top of the heap is now called the Platinum Plus

The sportiest model of the standard F-150s continues to be the Tremor, with the Ford Performance pair of Raptor and Raptor R setting themselves apart with their near-trophy Truck levels of off-pavement performance.

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More Hybrids for 2024

Ford says its 2024 Ford F150 Hybrid truck sales have climbed 28.1% in the first half of the year, and that fully 10% of all F-150s sold are hybrids, so it is planning to “double the mix of hybrid trucks manufactured for the 2024 model year,” Ford says, while adjusting the base price of the PowerBoost package to match that of the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine option.

The parity makes sense given the comparative specs: PowerBoost turns out 430 hp and 570 lb-ft of torque from a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 paired with a 35-kW electric motor, while Raptor produces 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque from its high-output 3.5-liter V6.

All hybrid models come standard with a 2.4-kW Pro Power inverter onboard, though Ford says the vast majority—almost 75%—of hybrid buyers opt for the 7.2-kW Pro Power upgrade.

Good to know for any F-150 buyer: A smaller, 2.0-kW Pro Power inverter is available on gas trucks, too.

2024 Ford F150: What’s New

Every 2024 Ford F150 Truck will get 5G LTE connectivity, including a Wi-Fi hotspot. Max towing is now up to 13,500 pounds (up from 12,500). And you’ll now find standard in every bed a tiny like one single pair of gloves tiny cubby built into the wall of the bed, accessible from the tailgate opening.

Also standard across trims is a 12-inch LCD touchscreen, which now matches the 12-inch instrument panel screen. And for the first time in an F-Series is an optional head-up display, which can be customized to project-specific info depending on the mode of driving, like when in BlueCruise hands-free mode, while towing, or during off-roading.

Ford is also offering a stolen vehicle service for the 2024 F-150, which it says will be a first in North America.

And performance off-road models Raptor and Raptor R get revised Fox shocks that now sport dual valving, to offer better rebound control and adapt damping more quickly in off-road environments.

Optional on Tremor, Raptor, and Raptor R is a modular front bumper that can accommodate, in the Tremor, a 12,000-pound Warn winch, or in Raptor models, can be fitted with custom light bars.

Ford says the ordering process should be a lot easier as the automaker is streamlining the combinations available, reducing the complexity by 90%. For example, where there are currently some 40 different configurations for the Raptor, for 2024 that number falls to just six.

Complete pricing and specs should be released closer to launch, but the 2024 F-150 is available for ordering now, with production beginning early next year.

2024 Ford F150 Specs

  • 2024 Ford F150 Front-engine, RWD/AWD/4WD], 2-6-pass, 2-4-door truck
  • Engine 2.7L/325-hp/400-lb-ft twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve V-6; 5.0L/400-hp/410-lb-ft port- and direct-injected DOHC 32-valve V-8; 3.5L/400-450-hp/500-510-lb-ft/twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve V-6; 3.5L/400-450-hp/500-510-lb-ft/twin-turbo port- and direct-injected DOHC 24-valve V-6; 3.5L/394-hp/492-lb-ft twin-turbo port- and direct-injected DOHC 24-valve V-6 plus 44-hp/221-lb-ft elec motor, 430 hp/570 lb-ft (comb); 5.2L/710-hp (est)/650-lb-ft (est) supercharged port-injected DOHC 32-valve V-8

2024 Ford F150 Interior

Especially in the Ford’s top-tier King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited variants, the F-150’s interior appointments rival those of the Ram 1500’s luxurious cabin. Those who utilize the F-150 as a mobile workplace will appreciate the abundance of stowage compartments and additional convenience features.

For instance, the shift lever of a 10-speed automatic can be folded into the center compartment to create a large, flat space between the seats. Similarly, the F-150 can be specified with front seats that can be folded down into a bed.

The four-door crew-cab body design is the most spacious and family-friendly of the available configurations. The 2024 Ford F150 bed can be equipped with an optional onboard generator that provides up to 7.2 kW of power to meet electrical demands on the job site or at tailgate gatherings.

2024 Ford F150 New

Infotainment and Connectivity

Standard on all Ford vehicles is a 12.0-inch infotainment display that uses an enhanced version of the Sync 4 software. This is comparable to the Ram 1500’s optional 12.0-inch vertically oriented display, but the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra offer larger 13.4-inch displays.

Wi-Fi connectivity, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto are standard; navigation, SiriusXM radio, and a Bang & Olufsen audio system are optional. The new software of Sync 4 provides over-the-air updates for future software releases, traffic and weather updates via the optional navigation system, and onboard telematics to help fleet customers monitor vehicle location and usage.

2024 Ford F150 Pro Access Tailgate

In recent years, Ford’s rivals have all introduced multi-way tailgates with unique foldable options or alternative tailgate designs. The Multifunction Tailgate on the Ram 1500 is divided like a barn door, while the MultiPro/MultiFlex Tailgate is an option on GM trucks. Ford finally has an answer, and it addresses more than simply keeping up with the Joneses.

Okay, maybe it’s a little bit about keeping up with the Joneses, but Ford claims that the F-150’s new Pro Access tailgate addresses a highly specific complaint from a subset of owners: bed access when attached to a trailer with a fixed tongue jack. Attempting to access a standard F-150 bed with one of these attached will cause damage.

Pro Access addresses this issue with a tiny, 37-inch swing-out door with check stops at 37, 70, and 100 degrees along its entire swing arc. This 37-degree stop should prevent the door from opening without a tongue lift, while the others provide two additional bed access options without a trailer.

Pro Access will be optional on the Lariat and Tremor, standard on the King Ranch and Platinum, and the pull-out step option on the one-piece tailgate will continue to include power release or power open/close functionality. The price has not yet been disclosed.

2024 Ford F150 Powertrain Changes

Ford has replaced its antiquated 3.3-liter V-6 with a 2.7-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost engine with 325 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. This improves competitiveness with the Chevrolet Silverado 2.7-liter turbo’s 310/430 horsepower and torque output while leapfrogging the Ram 3.6-liter by 20 horsepower and 29 lb-ft.

Ford has yet to remark on the output of the Raptor R’s 5.2-liter supercharged V-8, so we anticipate an improvement at the opposite end of the spectrum. Ford plans to double production of its Powerboost hybrid 3.5-liter engine by making it available on XLT models and charging $1,900 more than the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine but offering a discount of the same amount at the start of the model year.

2024 Ford F150 Guide

New 2024 Ford F150 XL, XLT, STX, and Tremor grades receive a redesigned “coast-to-coast” grille design. The design is intended to evoke 1970s and 1980s F-series grilles. The Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum models, as well as the Raptors, continue to feature C-clamp headlamps; however, their horizontal and vertical elements are now separated, and the finishes and grille textures have been updated.

Note that the Limited model has been replaced by the Platinum Plus grade, which eliminates any uncertainty as to which model is the fanciest (Platinum Plus models are the only ones with PLATINUM lettering on the hood and tailgate).

More black options and a new-for-Ford technology that uses bonded-in “textured metal inserts” to occupy the space between the six structural spokes are added to the wheel designs. Shelter Green, which debuted on the Ranger, is a new color for Raptors, and the graphics and tire design of the Raptor R has been updated. The interior color options are limited to black and hues inspired by “earth and mushroom tones,” such as Medium Dark Smoked Truffle.

2024 Ford F150 New Modular Bumper

2024 Ford F150 Tremor and Raptor models receive a new three-piece steel fender that is more accessory-friendly. The center section is shared by both models and features mounting locations for a brush bar, light bar, or (exclusively on the Tremor) a new Ford-Performance-specified 12,000-pound Warn winch. To preserve their functionality, the winch integration requires relocating and recalibrating the parking sensors and front camera.

The outer sections are tailored to each model, with those on the Raptor 37 and R sculpted to maximize approach angle to the large tires and to accommodate wider new forged tow hooks—you know, to assist in the recovery of non-Raptor-driving acquaintances who become stranded.

2024 Ford F150 Fox Dual Live Valve Shocks

This year, Raptor 37 and Raptor R models will have improved ride quality and roll control due to the addition of a second valve on Fox shocks that controls rebound in addition to the previously available jounce control.

According to the off-road algorithm programming by Ford Performance, these new rebound valves for the Fox Dual Live Valve shocks allow for greater suspension adjustment to the current road conditions.

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2024 Ford F150 Digitally Evolved

2024 Ford F150 In Tow/Haul, Off-Road, and Rock-Crawl modes, the SYNC 4 system can now display two camera views simultaneously on the 12-inch capacitive LCD interface that is standard on every new 2024 Ford F-150. Every motorist will also be seated in front of a fully digital 12-inch instrument cluster with graphics that vary according to drive mode.

Additionally, each F-150 will be connected to the cloud via a 5G LTE modem that supports over-the-air updates. Ford Stolen Vehicle Services is introduced to the globe on the F-150. This feature notifies the owner via the FordPass app of any attempt to access, tow, or meddle with the truck. It can then be used to alert authorities and aid them in locating the vehicle.

BlueCruise 1.2 hands-free driving now supports lane-change assist and in-lane repositioning to increase clearance for large vehicles in the adjacent lane, and the feature can be activated annually or monthly for any duration.

The F-150 will be available with Exit Warning, which emits a tone if the driver attempts to open a door as a bike or vehicle approaches. And here’s an unexpected new Sync 4 feature: the ability to voice-suggest enhancements to Ford!

2024 Ford F150 Easier Ordering

Ford intends to reduce the complexity of buildable combinations by approximately 90 percent compared to the 2023 model. In 2023, there were forty options to order a Raptor; in 2024, there will be only six.

Ford is achieving this by making popular options standard, such as the extended-range gasoline tank and class IV trailer hitch, and by bundling other high-demand options, while keeping popular standalone options, such as the moonroof, Max Recline Seats, axle upgrades, and tow mirrors, available. It is anticipated that this simplification will reduce assembly costs and significantly simplify dealer ordering.

2024 Ford F150 Engine Performance

The 2024 Ford F150 offers several engine options, beginning with a 325-hp twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V-6 and progressing to a 400-hp 5.0-liter V-8, a 400-hp twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6, and a 400-hp hybrid powertrain comprised of a 400-hp twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 and an electric motor. Regardless of which engine you choose, the F-150 arrives with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

The hybrid model reportedly has a range of up to 700 miles per tank and can power an onboard generator to keep electricity flowing on construction sites or during power outages. With any of the F-150’s available powertrains, buyers can choose between rear- and all-wheel drive. On our test track, a four-wheel drive Lariat equipped with a hybrid drivetrain reached 60 mph in 5.4 seconds.

During our test drive, we observed a comfortable ride and agreeable handling; high-end models, such as the King Ranch, are equipped with a variable-assist steering system that sharpens responses at low velocities for a more nimble feel.

The Tremor model offers 33-inch all-terrain tires, enhanced suspension, a locking rear differential, and a four-wheel drive transfer case from the formidable F-150 Raptor. On our test track, the Tremor accelerated to 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds, 0.1 seconds behind the more potent Raptor.

2024 Ford F150 Towing and Payload Capacity

F-150 models equipped with the optional 400 horsepower twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 can transport up to 13,500 pounds. Using the venerable 5.0-liter V-8 results in a maximum towing capacity of 13,000 pounds, while the hybrid model can tow up to 12,700 pounds. Maximum payload capacity is 2,455 pounds. These towing and payload capacities place the new F-150 in direct competition with key competitors such as the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, and Ram 1500.

2024 Ford F150 MPG and Fuel Economy

The EPA estimates that the F-150’s turbocharged 2.7-liter V-6 will achieve up to 20 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the interstate. The 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine achieves up to 18 city and 24 highway fuel. The hybrid model is estimated to achieve up to 25 city mpg and 26 highway mpg. The Tremor model with the 3.5-liter twin-turbo engine returned 19 mpg on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, which was part of our extensive testing procedure. Once the F-150 hybrid is operational, its real-world mileage can be determined. Visit the EPA website for more information about the F-150’s fuel economy.

2024 Ford F150 Release Date

Customers can start placing orders on September 12 for typical deliveries in early 2024. In this highly competitive market segment, pricing should be announced shortly and is not anticipated to change significantly.

2024 Ford F150 Price

The F-150 is offered in a variety of body designs and bed lengths. While the XLT model is a step up from the XL work vehicle, we prefer the Lariat due to its additional amenities. It may be out of reach for some consumers due to its price, but it offers the best combination of features and affordability. Base Price: $37,000-$110,000 (est).

  • XL $37,000 (est)
  • XLT $45,000 (est)
  • Lariat $60,000 (est)
  • Tremor $65,000 (est)
  • King Ranch $67,000 (est)
  • Platinum $68,000 (est)
  • Platinum Plus $86,000 (est)

2024 Ford F150 New

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2024 Ford F150 is a full-size pickup truck that has been America’s best-selling vehicle for decades and is expected to continue as a variety of configurations, models, and powertrains broaden its appeal. Ford CEO Jim Farley has been quite clear that he believes the automaker’s current ICE lineup is too complicated, so it’s worth noting that future models will be simpler, which is not only one way to increase the company’s profitability but also improve quality and quality. also makes things a little bit easier on the consumer.

We’ve already seen this shift start to happen with the 2023 Ford F-150 – which drops a few configurations for this year with the 2024 model year set to deliver more of the reduction in complexity that automakers aim to achieve “best-in-class” across Ford’s lineup. Blue. As Ford Blue president Kumar Galhotra recently explained to Automotive News, we’ll be seeing a lot more in the refreshed 2024 Ford F-150 as well.

In the coming months, we will reduce combined orders on the F-150 to a size we have never seen before,” said Galhotra. “Less complexity means fewer parts. We took about 2,400 parts from the F-150 from one model year to another. That means fewer parts to engineer, test and manage quality.

In addition to this reduction in complexity, the 2024 Ford F-150 will feature a mid-cycle refresh with several important changes. Ford Authority first saw a 2024 F-150 prototype out in early December 2022, and since then, we’ve also spotted revised versions of the Ford F-150 Raptor R and Tremor, as well as benchmarking the Ford Chevy Silverado against the upcoming pickup.

As for what we can expect from the 2024 Ford F-150, we know that it will sport a few styling changes including a new taillight design, as well as 22-inch wheels – previously seen on prototypes – and possibly a multifunctional tailgate. Inside the cabin, some changes have also been made, as Ford Authority has so far spied prototypes equipped with two different infotainment screens – one oriented horizontally, and the other mounted vertically.

  • Lots of powertrains to choose from
  • Functional and versatile interior
  • Hands-free driving technology available

2024 Ford F150 Review

Few vehicles consistently dominate their segment time and time again as the Ford F-150 has. The success of Ford’s light pickup truck is partly due to the nearly endless configurations it offers. Whether you’re looking for an affordable work truck, a luxury cruiser, or a capable off-roader, the F-150 has you covered. It offers a variety of engines, from a base V6 to a powerful hybrid powertrain.

There’s even the all-electric F-150, the Lightning (which we reviewed separately). You have a choice of several cabin and bed sizes and an excellent range of features to choose from including the Pro Power Onboard system which can supply power to a wide range of electronic devices.

The F-150 segment is fiercely competitive, and Blue Oval consistently updates its best-selling vehicles to stay on top. Last year brought the additional 700 horsepower Raptor R and the Rattler off-road package. For 2024, there will likely be more F-150s, i.e. a refresh. Ford hasn’t announced anything as of this writing, but we believe the F-150 could receive restyled front and rear styling, some interior changes, and updated technology.

We’d like to see Lightning’s sizeable 15.5-inch touchscreen display on the upgrade list. Ford is also likely to make some changes to the truck’s features and introduce a new wheel design.

The F-150 is Edmunds’s Top Rated Truck for 2022 and 2023. It scores well in all of our categories and outperforms its competitors in many ways. But if you’re still undecided about what truck to get, check out the Ram 1500. It’s currently the F-150’s most competitive rival and is the smoothest of any pickup. The recently redesigned Toyota Tundra is also worth a look, and the F-150’s old foe, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, has plenty to offer. For our test team’s in-depth review of the Ford F-150.

There is no doubt that the Ford F-150 has consistently dominated the Truck segment in the Automotive world time and time again. The success of Ford’s light pickup truck is partly due to the nearly endless configurations it offers. The F-150 is the real answer for users looking for an affordable work truck, a luxurious cruiser, or a capable off-roader. The Ford F-150 engine section offers several engine options ranging from a base V6 to a powerful hybrid powertrain.

Even the most exciting one is the all-electric F-150 which we will review separately from this article. The F-150 also presents several options to optimize user requirements such as cabin and bed size and several outstanding features to choose from including the Pro Power Onboard system which can supply power to various electronic devices.

We are very pleased with Blue Oval’s consistent focus on updating its best-selling vehicles to stay on top of remaining in the F-150 segment as a competitive truck. We do hope that there will be more refreshments in the upcoming 2024 Model Ford F-150.

We are very confident that Ford will provide significant updates to its latest model, the 2024 Ford F-150 with all-new styling front and rear.

2024 Ford F150

What’s New: Ford F150 2024

To fulfill this strategy, Ford Blue president Kumar Galothra revealed that the company intends to produce the 2024 model year using 2,400 fewer parts than the 2023 model. While speaking to Automotive News, Galothra explained that by simplifying the production of the 2024 F-150, it will be easier to push forward out units.

“From one model year to another, we source about 2,400 parts from the F-150,” said Galothra. “That means fewer parts to engineer, test and manage quality.”

However, the 2024 F-150 won’t be the only Ford model to lose weight. Today’s Explorer SUV is built with more than 500 wiring harness combinations. For the 2024 model, the company aims to cut the total to less than 20.

In addition to the number of parts used, Ford saves $30 million annually after changing the material of the front rail, mounts, and exhaust manifold. An additional $11 million is saved each year when Ford chooses to remove the cables needed to physically pull the vehicle through their factory assembly line.

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Ford Blue also believes that by placing a stronger emphasis on each vehicle’s internal software, the lifetime of this future platform will be extended. This will further lead to less corporate spending on sheet metal. “Customers are increasingly appreciating software. And the beauty is that with over-the-air capabilities, you can offer customers all kinds of exciting things along with an ownership experience that lasts year after year,” says Galothra.

This development could possibly encourage future customers to purchase new vehicles after it was revealed that current market prices had forced drivers to keep their current cars for an average of 12.5 years.

The 2024 Ford F-150 will certainly make its debut although this is likely just a refresher we believe there is a few changes to catch the eye of truck buyers one of them on the interior. Pickuptrucktalk gave us an idea. The column-shift-equipped Prototype likely represents lower trim levels, along with the higher-end trims and the facelifted Raptor (both of which retain the thick gearshift lever on the center tunnel).

This is evident from shots of the interior coming from three different trim levels and from what we can see here, Ford still eschews any semblance of a push button or rotary transmission selector on its updated trucks.

New button layout design in the center stack, with new HVAC controls with the facelift truck’s digital instrument cluster display, and several new infotainment graphics that will appear on the interior screens.

2024 Ford F150 Infographic


This time Forreally be ready to renew the Ford F-150 lineup. This truck is a full-size model that was revealed for the first time on public roads towards the end of last year.

The 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor this time features treads, skid plates at th,e and  front and wheels wrapped in thick tires. The dual exhaust tips are integrated into the bumper and the “TR” sticker is visible on the bedside panel.

Appearance is clearly obscured by heavy camouflage which suggests that there will be a shift in styling on the front and rear fascia. One of the interesting things is the vertical line tilted forwa,d. Of course this is very similar to what you’d see on the electric F-150 Lightning.

There is no doubt that the changes will lead to the better, although we are not yet sure about the kind of renewal that Ford has presented for the 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor model, which was present at the time of the previous 2020 model.

Continuing changes to the cabin which we believe will look more similar to the Limited trim model with HVAC vents that will be placed above the infotainment system to present a wider touch screen.

The 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor also features suspension upgrades with optional trail technology where this is a series of off-road focused features that place a trim above the FX4 package without opting for the full Raptor model.

In terms of powertrain, the 2024 F-150 Tremor is currently powered by a 3.5-liter Ford EcoBoost V6 that produces 400 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.

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2024 Ford F150 Exterior

On the outside, it looks like the changes will start with some of the changes made to introduce a new wheel design. Ample exterior visibility is provided in part by large windows and scalloped sections of the front doors that clear the view around the side mirrors. An optional surround-view camera system provides visibility as well.

2024 Ford F150 Interior

The 2024 Ford F-150 can be a very comfortable truck depending on the trim option chosen. Equipped with a supportive front seat and can be equipped with heating, ventilation, three levels of waist adjustment, and even a massage function.

The available Max Recline form of the front seats recline to give you a nearly flat seat for resting or napping, but lack the side support and overall comfort of a standard seat.

In the style of changes that will be updated, starting from the updated technology design, we also expect changes in the display style of the 15.5-inch touch screen which is large enough to provide a different control experience than before.

The interior layout is intuitive, so you don’t have to guess what you’re reaching for. You can adjust most of the truck’s big knobs and controls even when you’re wearing gloves.

The Ford F-150 is also equipped with a wide range of seat, steering wheel and pedal adjustments ensuring a fit for drivers of all shapes and sizes. The spaciousness of the crew cabin means you won’t be short on space either.

2024 Ford F150 Review


It is no stranger to the fact that the Ford F-150 offers many impressive technological features. Equipped with a 12-inch center touch screen and digital gauge cluster, it is available attractively and easily used.

The technology inside can be integrated with Android Auto smartphones and Apple CarPlay is standard as is some basic advanced driver assistance. And many more features available as options.

The most impressive part is the Pro Power Onboard with an option that basically turns the F-150 into a generator. Pro Power Onboard is of course also available in three power output levels depending on the powertrain (2.0 kW, 2.4 kW and 7.2 kW).

This impressive feature can add a power outlet in the tub that transforms the backdoor/camping/construction/off-grid party experience.

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The Ford F-150 drives quite comfortably as Ram’s unique coil spring rear suspension provides a slightly better ride. Road, tire and wind noise is kept at a low volume.

Most of the available F-150 engines sound pretty cool and not too loud. The exception is the optional hybrid PowerBoost which sounds and vibrates like a portable gas generator while it’s charging. The climate control system is effective and robust, requiring minor adjustments to maintain your desired temperature.

2024 Ford F150

2024 Ford F150

2024 Ford F150 Models

The Ford F-150 is offered in six main trim levels: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. There are also off-road-oriented Tremor, Raptor, and Raptor R models that exist outside the traditional lineup. There are three styles of the regular cabin, SuperCab (extended), and SuperCrew (crew cabin), and three-bed lengths depending on the cabin style.

Along with many trim levels and cabin styles, the F-150 offers seven available powertrains. All were mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission with rear-wheel drive or four except for the Limited, Tremor, Raptor, and Raptor R, which were 4WD only.

The machine range includes:

  • V6 3.3 liter (290 tenaga kuda, torsi 265 lb-ft)
  • Turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 (325 hp, 400 lb-ft)
  • V8 5.0 liter (400 hp, 410 lb-ft)
  • Turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 (400 hp, 500 lb-ft)
  • V6 3.5 liter turbocharged Raptor (450 hp, 510 lb-ft)
  • V8 5.2 liter supercharged Raptor R (700 hp, 640 lb-ft)
  • A hybrid powertrain (Ford’s PowerBoost) that combines a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 with an electric motor and battery pack (430 hp, 570 lb-ft)

XL Standard Features in base trim levels include:

  • 17-inch steel wheels
  • Keyless entry
  • Trailer sway control and pre-wired trailer connection
  • Selectable driving mode
  • Mirrors and manual windows (power windows are standard on SuperCrew)
  • Single zone AC
  • Vinyl flooring
  • 8-inch touchscreen with Sync 4 infotainment system
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities

Driver assistance features on XL include:

  • Lane departure warning (warns you if a vehicle starts to stray from its lane)
  • Forward collision mitigation (warns you of an impending collision and brakes in certain scenarios)
  • Automatic high beam

There are two important packages that add some off-road capability:

Off-Road FX4

  • Electronic locking rear axle
  • Hill drop control
  • Off-road tuned suspension
  • Rock crawling driving mode
  • Underbody skid plate


The new Rattler Package is only available on SuperCab or SuperCrew models with the upgraded engine. This includes FX4 plus items:

  • Additional skid plate
  • Transfer case
  • Front differential
  • All-terrain tires


Increase XL by:

  • 17-inch aluminum wheels
  • Fog lamp
  • Power-adjustable and heated side mirrors
  • Carpeted floors
  • Cruise control
  • Electric door locks and electric windows
  • Sync 4 voice controls
  • Power lock tailgate
  • Front seat waist adjustment

Driver assistance features for the XLT include:

  • Blind spot warning (warns you if a vehicle in the next lane is in your blind spot)
  • Rear automatic braking (brakes if sensors detect an imminent collision with an object behind the vehicle)
  • Lane-keeping assistance (leads the F-150 back on track if it starts hovering over a lane marker)

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Gives you more premium features like:

  • 18-inch aluminum wheels
  • LED headlights and fog lights
  • Class IV trailer hitch
  • Electric folding mirrors
  • Leather seats
  • Power-adjustable front seats with heating and ventilation
  • 12-inch center touchscreen
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Ambient interior lighting
  • Force adjustable pedals
  • Remote start and remote tailgate release
  • Satellite Radio

King Ranch

Amp adds luxury with:

  • LED headlights and taillights
  • Integrated trailer brake controller (allows trailer brake adjustment from the cab)
  • Automatic rain-sensing wipers
  • The heated steering wheel is wrapped in premium leather
  • Power tilt-and-telescoping steering column
  • Heated rear seats
  • Navigation system
  • Eight-speaker B&O stereo
  • Colokan AC 400 watts
  • Wireless smartphone charging

Driver assistance features for King Ranch include:

  • Adaptive cruise control (maintains the driver-set distance between the F-150 and the car in front)
  • Evasive steering assist (enhances forward collision mitigation system with steering-based collision avoidance)


It is equipped similarly to the King Ranch but has 20-inch wheels and some unique exterior cosmetic changes and interior trim.


The most luxurious F-150s add a few things to note, such as:

  • 22-inch polished aluminum wheels
  • Trailer Tow Package with Ford’s Pro Trailer Backup Assist system
  • Adaptive suspension
  • Electric running board
  • LED bed lighting
  • Moonroof dua panel
  • The rear tailgate rises and falls with the Ford tailgate steps and work surface
  • Built-in scales
  • Variable steering assist
  • Special leather upholstery
  • Massaging the front seats
  • Stereo B&O 18 speaker
  • Pro Power Onboard (see description below)
  • 360-degree camera system (gives you a top-down view of the F-150 and its surroundings for tight parking situations)

A limited model also comes standard with the Co-Pilot360 Active 2.0 package, which includes a subscription-based BlueCruise system. BlueCruise is a hands-free cruise control system that works on certain restricted-access highways throughout North America. This package is optional on many other F-150 trims.


The off-road-oriented Tremor is only available as a crew cabin with a 5.5ft berth. It basically starts with XLT content and adds:

  • Standard 4WD
  • 18-inch alloy wheels with 33-inch all-terrain tires
  • Selectable terrain driving mode
  • Uniquely tuned off-road suspension
  • Rear differential lock


The off-road-oriented Raptor includes a higher-output turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine, low-range 4WD, and more. It combines Tremor’s features with Lariat’s content, plus:

  • 17-inch alloy wheels with 35-inch all-terrain tires
  • 36-gallon gas tank
  • Raptor-specific off-road suspension with adaptive Fox shock absorbers
  • Raptor-specific fender flares and grille
  • Six upfitter switches

Raptor R

Primarily swapping the Raptor’s turbocharged V6 for the much more powerful supercharged V8. It also comes standard with 37-inch tires which are optional on the regular Raptor.

As you might expect from a full-size pickup, the F-150 is available with all kinds of options. Most lower trim levels can be outfitted with options that come standard on higher trims. The most prominent option is Ford’s in-bed power system called Pro Power Onboard.

It is available with three power ratings: 2 kW, 2.4 kW, and 7.2 kW. The 7.2-kilowatt system is only available with the 3.5-liter hybrid powertrain. Pro Power lets you charge and use devices from a truck bed, and household-style plug system, including power tools, tailgating accessories, and even small appliances.

2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R

Another big debut for 2022 is the Ford F-150 Raptor R, which will be powered by Ford’s supercharged 5.2L Predator V8, as Ford Authority was the first to report it in June 2019.This will make around 750 horsepower in the off-road-focused pickup, which is more than enough to beat the currently available 702 horsepower from the Ram TRX’s 6.2L Hemi V8 supercharged.

As Ford Authority reported earlier this year, the Raptor R will feature several unique styling touches to set it apart from the regular Raptor (2023 Ford F150 Raptor), including a revised front grille, unique gloss black alloy wheels with Beadlock capability, and revised rear suspension. reinforced by structural improvements including larger rear arms.

Based on the official debut of the Ford F-150 lineup, 2024 is fast approaching. As detailed by Ford Authority, prototypes of the upcoming pickup have gradually ditched the camouflage and revealed broad changes that will be incorporated across the model range when the pickup goes on sale. These include, among other things, a revised front end and new taillight assemblies. Regarding the Raptor, it appears that a grille redesign is in the works, despite rumors of additional modifications.

The 2024 Ford F150

Now, based on the unveiled images of the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R, it’s evident that the high-performance pickup will receive new graphics and at least one new paint option as part of the refresh.

The 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R is nearly identical to last week’s model from the front, with a few notable differences. The truck has a comprehensive set of graphics, including two new sections that flank the bonnet scoop and follow the bulge under the bonnet. On the current model, a strip of Code Orange surrounds the power dome, with a black-painted section in front.

It appears that the Raptor R’s scoop and insignia remain unchanged. As previously described, these modifications include a revised grille with subtle updates to the “FORD” lettering, as well as new headlamps flanked by new signature illumination.

The lower bumper has also been modified, and the exterior looks thinner. Unlike the current model, the new design in the center does not have a lower grille that resembles the main grille. The front tow hooks on this pickup appear much thicker than those on the 2023 Raptor, while the skid plates appear the same.

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Moving aside, it appears that the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R will receive a new set of 17-inch alloy wheels with bead-lock capability, as well as new graphics. The current 2023 Raptor R doesn’t do well with any type of graphics on wheels, so it’s an entirely new addition. It is currently unknown whether this chart is standard or optional.

This angle briefly reveals never-before-seen visuals along the bed, including black Raptor lettering and an enormous R positioned in a series of horizontal lines. The current graphic for the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R only mentions the Raptor with the first letters colored orange and the other letters painted white.

Additionally, the current model’s stripes form a pattern meant to resemble Raptor scales; this design was completely removed for the redesign. We can also see modifications to the rear taillights which are likely to be implemented in the F-150 range. Apart from minor changes to the Ford lettering on the trunk lid, the rear of the 2023 appears unchanged, including the rear bumper.

Finally, the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R is almost certainly painted with Shelter Green Metallic, a color also offered on the 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor. This color appears to be exclusive to Raptor vehicles, as it cannot be specified on Ranger pickups that are not Raptor models.

Regardless, we anticipate the Raptor R to continue using the supercharged Ford 5.2L V8, perhaps with a slight increase in horsepower. It may also receive a new or revised touchscreen infotainment system.

The 2024 Ford F150

2024 Ford F 150 Diesel

Ford recruited the best team to take the F-150 to a new level. And it’s a diverse group. Some of the experts who will contribute to the design, production, and engineering of the electric F-150 include a few surprises. Like hiring Ford from GM to get insights from the PT Cruiser Chevy designer.

Other notable members of the F-150 electric team include the infamous Transformer Optimus Prime, TikTok “Dreams” juice n’ boarding guy, Th! nk Mobility Ford team that is now defunct, Monster Truck “Bigfoot”, Diesel’s sibling crying silently, and Alan Jackson on guitar.

And then there are more mysteries. Ford has brought in big investors and startups in the auto industry. Little is known about this main player named E. Lon Musk.

2024 Ford F150 GAS

Ford is targeting a maximum payload capacity of 2,000 pounds for the Standard-Range F-150 Lightning and 1,800 pounds for the Extended-Range F-150 Lightning.

The maximum towing capacity targeted with the Max Trailer Tow Package is 7,700 pounds for the Standard-Range configuration and up to 10,000 pounds for the Extended-Range configuration.

Thanks to its low center of gravity, the electric F-150 offers more confident handling than the gas-powered F-150. It has an independent rear suspension – a first for an F-Series model – which helps minimize body roll and provides a smooth ride.

Blue Oval showed a model towing 10 two-layer train vehicles and 42 F-150s, weighing more than 1,000,000 pounds, in July 2019.

As able as an internal combustion truck
Before uncovering, Ford authorities proposed that the electric F-150 or F-150 Lightning would be just about as able as the F-150 ICE accessible in petroleum, diesel, and petroleum electric half-breed variations.

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2024 Ford F-150 Tremor

The latest update 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor is unlike some of the previously spied models where Fordauthority informs that this 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor is not trying to hide its identity too hard as we can clearly see the Tremor’s bedside sticker peeking from behind the camouflage piece along with the truck’s unique, larger black wheels.

Unlike some of the other prototypes, the entire front end of this model is covered in thick camouflage, hiding all the unique features there. However, the most interesting feature of this pickup lies at the rear.

The 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor on the entire rear is covered in a very heavy camouflage designed to hide things. This is most likely some sort of new back door design.

Some of the prototypes seen earlier at least had the rear light exposed but in this case, it was also covered. As a reminder that the Ford F-150 Tremor is currently placed in the best-selling pickup line-up between the entry-level off-road-focused Rattler and the tough, high-performance Raptor although unlike other Tremor models the F-150 version exists as its own trim level instead. as an optional package.

Now the Ford Tremor adds a series of upgrades to the F-150 including unique 18-inch Dark Matte-finish aluminum wheels with 33-inch General Grabber All-terrain tires. Features upgraded suspension with reset springs, front hub knuckles, and upper control arms.

The Ford F-150 Tremor also features skid plates with a locking rear differential and an inch-wider stance, along with unique interior and exterior accents.

2024 Ford F150

2024 Ford F150 Hybrid

In its announcement on November 9, 2021, Ford said it had surveyed 2024 Ford F150 Lightning retail reservation holders. Results show for 79% of reservation holders, the F-150 Lightning will be their first BEV. For 56% of reservation holders, this is their first Ford. The highest number of bookings came from California, Texas, and Florida.

According to research from Google and Ipsos published last year, 58% of US car buyers planning to buy a new vehicle in the next six months are looking at buying/leasing a hybrid or pure EV, and 83% of research up to three months before buying, Ford said in a statement. announcement on November 9, 2021.

So, in collaboration with Google, the company has launched an augmented reality experience called “F-150 Lightning: Strike Anywhere” to educate potential F-150 Lightning customers about key features with 3D animation.

This experience is available on Android and iOS mobile devices and Ford.com, YouTube, Reddit, Instagram, and Snapchat.

More than half of the customers who ordered the F-150 Lightning were pickup customers, Farley Jr. revealed during a Q2 2021 earnings conference call. 40% of customers will swap their ICE pickups, indicating that people accept electric pickups as their main workhorse.

2024 Ford F150 Lightning

For starters, electric vehicles make up less than 1% of the cars on American roads. Yes, they’re all over the news because they’re exciting and fresh, but they haven’t reached a global, or even national, scale. And it will be years before they destroy petrol cars.

Be that as it may, customer interest is just a large portion of the fight, and as electric vehicles and trucks improve, more individuals will direct their concentration on the choices.

The kicker is that EVs need to improve first. That requires innovations, like less expensive and more productive batteries, also as guaranteeing lithium providers can satisfy needs. All in all, the electric vehicle foundation is being worked on as new models are delivered.

Fortunately, Ford is also at the peak of research and development, opening an Ion Park in Romulus Michigan for battery design and testing. In this way, the F-150 Lightning became more than a short-term success.

Ford was looking ahead, as any automaker should, to what lay ahead. By 2025, Ford expects to sell 160,000 F-150 flashes of Lightning annually, an estimate based on exponential consumer interest.

According to Car and Driver, that’s 18% of all F-Series sales as of 2019. Additionally, the automaker is already working on the second-generation F-150 Lightning that will be released that same year.

So, Ford has big plans for their electric truck, not just a fad like the Cybertruck might be. But to reach that lofty 160,000-unit goal, Ford will have to ease the transition to electric trucks. While the world is on the verge of adopting electric cars, we’re not there yet.

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2024 Ford F150 EV

Ford wasn’t ready to put the 2024 Ford F150 Lightning into production and call it a day. The automaker has big plans for a second battery-electric pickup truck for assembly at its upcoming fourth F-Series plant in the US, CEO Jim Farley revealed in an interview published Monday with Automotive News.

Farley didn’t give a lot of detail, however, said the new processing plant would construct an altogether new vehicle on the new stage, and it would be a regular pickup truck.

A Ford delegate declined to comment on specifics, yet said, “[Ford] is adding a fourth F-Series plant in the US to build the state of the art all-electric F-Series truck in BlueOval City.” This could be any memorable truck for the F-Series course of action, notwithstanding another electric F-150.

Either way, Farley thinks it will produce a “very high volume.” The F-150 Lightning has already landed nearly 200,000 orders, the CEO said in the interview. Demand for the pickup alone was two to three times higher than Ford had expected, he added.

The Blue Oval is stepping on the accelerator pedal in terms of EVs and doesn’t plan on stopping. Farley has the intention of trailing Tesla as the number two US EV maker by 2024, and a large part of that is coming with the F-150 Lightning and E-Transit launching next spring.

2024 Ford F150 Electric

We couldn’t believe the news when we heard it. It’s finally happened: Ford’s signature F-150 pickup truck goes all-electric! We called and contacted a few people inside Ford. The secret is out, and the internal combustion engine is with it.

Unfortunately, all signs from the Blue Oval point to yes. In 2024, the Next Gen Ford F150 of the revamped F-Series will debut featuring the F-150 which will be offered only as a hybrid or full-electric truck.

Naturally, April 2021 is way ahead of the anticipated timeline for Ford. Yes, the 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid is great, and the PowerBoost is the MVP. But this is still new on the scene. Is Ford ready to go electric?

First impressions of the F-150 hybrid are very good. Like the response of the electric Ford F-150 which was mocked some time ago. So it looks like Ford will follow this path towards a powerful, powerful and capable electric F-150, huh?

2024 F150 Colors

Altogether, there will be 2024 Ford F150 Colors 10 diverse paint choices at the send-off. They incorporate Atlas Blue, Star White, Rapid Red, Iced Blue, Agate Black, Antimatter Blue, Carbonized Gray, Iconic Silver, Oxford White, and Stone Gray.

These tones will be a free decision except for Star White and Rapid Red, the two of which will bring about an extra expense to look over. Portage didn’t say how much, yet on petroleum trucks, the Rapid Red was $395 and the Star White was $595.

Compared to the petrol F-150, Lightning has five fewer options. We’re missing out on interesting colors like Kodiak Brown, Guard, Smoked Quartz, Velocity Blue, and Lead Foot. However, Ford has given Lightning some exclusive colors that you can’t get with the F-150 petrol. The two are Atlas Blue and Iced Blue, colors that are fitting for the new EV.

2024 F-150 Colors: Iced Blue is certainly our favorite, but Atlas Blue, Antimatter, and Stone Gray all deserve honorable mention.

Unfortunately, Ford has not released a complete range of interior color options. We know that the XLT trim will get fabric upholstery; Lariat added a base leather, and Platinum went all-out with “Premium Nirvana leather” that even included what Ford called “black tuxedo stripes” as decoration. Photos of all color and trim options will have to wait.

2024 Ford F150 Exterior Colors

2024 F150 Exterior Colors: What color is your favorite? Do you want a color that will stand out at school drop-off? The exterior colors of the 2024 Ford F 150 Colors complement the athletic style. The Ford F-150 comes in nine trim levels: XL, STX, XLT, Tremor, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Raptor, and Raptor R.

The new Ford F-150 Tremor has a unique look with an optional modular front bumper in Tarnished Dark Anodized and Carbon Black accented with Active Orange.

Ford F-150 will add Shelter Green to its color palette for the 2017 model year, which will only be available on the Raptor and Raptor R trim levels. A Black Appearance Package is offered, which adds black hardware to the STX, XLT, Tremor, and Lariat trim levels.

  • Atlas Blue Metallic
  • Oxford White
  • Agate Black Metallic
  • Iconic Silver Metallic
  • Rapid Red Metallic
  • Antimatter Blue Metallic
  • Avalanche
  • Carbonized Gray Metallic
  • Darkened Bronze Metallic
  • Star White Metallic
  • Shelter Green

2024 Ford F150 Engine Performance

The 2024 Ford F-150 offers a variety of engines and configurations, the result of which is achieved by the 4WD crew cab in Platinum trim with the new hybrid powertrain reaching 60 mph in 5.7 seconds which is significantly faster than a similarly equipped pickup.

Unfortunately, the sensation of a petrol engine turning on and off means this powertrain lacks the smooth running at lower speeds you’ll find in the non-hybrid turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 and 3.5-liter V6 engines. The 10-speed automatic provides smooth and fast shifts in all powertrains.

In addition, the Ford F-150 also has direct and fast steering making the truck feel smaller and more agile in the parking lot plus more stable on the freeway. The brakes are powerful and have high towing and payload capabilities.

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Withdrawal and Storage

The Ford F-150 is now the top light-duty pickup truck when it comes to towing and hauling. With the right equipment and configuration, the F-150 has a towing force of up to 14,000 pounds.

The PowerBoost powertrain is only slightly lower, with a maximum weight of 12,700 pounds. For comparison, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is able to tow 13,300 pounds while the Ram 1500 can tow as much as 12,750 pounds.

In terms of payload capacity, the Ford F-150 now tops out at an impressive 3,325 pounds which is nearly 1,000 pounds more than its closest competitor, the Silverado, which clocks in at 2,250 pounds.

The bed isn’t the biggest and the back door doesn’t fold the origami style like those on the RAM and GM trucks. But the power up-and-down feature is available and the tailgate step is still useful.

2024 Ford F150 MPG

At its fuel economy stage, the 2024 Ford F150 is fueled by what the EPA estimates is the strong point of the F-150. With rear-wheel drive and a 3.5-liter V6. For example, the F-150 gets about 20 mpg combined for city/highway driving that’s slightly better than a V8-equipped Silverado or Ram.

The F-150 hybrid leads the lineup with an impressive 25 mpg (RWD) combined or 23 mpg (4WD) combined. All petrol engines are recommended to run 87 octane and fuel tank sizes range from 23 to 36 gallons.

2024 Ford F150 Price

We’d speculate the price of the 2024 Ford F-150 Lightning varies by model with most adding a few thousand dollars to the price. Starting with the XLT model, prices will start at $63,474 according to the Ford.com build and pricing tool. This is up from the 2022 model at $52,974.

2024 F150 Release Date

Tomorrow, September 12, Ford will announce the redesigned 2024 F-150 pickup as part of the 2023 Detroit car show, and consumers can begin making orders on September 12 for usual early 2024 delivery.


Currently, the Ford F-150 is Edmunds’ top-rated truck in the 2022 and 2023 model years. We are confident Ford will make a marked change to front and rear styling. The Ford F-150 is a rugged, well-appointed truck that lends a touch of luxury to the top trim levels. On top of the F-150’s strong standard offerings that line up confidently against competitors its true value lies in a variety of configurations and options that allow buyers to tailor their truck to their needs.

Ford’s vehicle competition with other truck brands is also very fierce. In the Ford F-150 class, the current RAM 1500 model is the most competitive contender and the recently redesigned Toyota Tundra also deserves to compete. Not to mention the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 which also offers other advanced features. The Ford F-150 is overall a fun truck to operate.

We’ll be back soon with more on the 2024 Ford F-150, so make sure you bookmark our website to stay up to date with the latest Ford F-Series news, Ford F-150 news, and information on other Ford models on the road.

2024 Ford F150 Video

We also bring you a video that goes a long way in supporting our discussion in this article, a video released by Channel Car Confections reveals a review where Ford refreshes their all-time best-selling product for 2024: the F-150! This popular offering has plenty of new tech and design features to look at, but is it the best in its segment? Or should you buy a new competitor: Toyota Tundra, Chevy Silverado, or Dodge RAM?

FAQ: People also ask Ford F150 2024

Q: Is Ford changing the F-150 in 2024?

A: We predict that the changes will not be that big. But the 2024 F-150 will be offered with 8.0, 12.0, and 15.5-inch infotainment touchscreens depending on trim level.

Q: What will the 2024 Ford f150 look like?

A: Apart from an updated infotainment system, the 2024 Ford F-150 will receive several changes for its mid-cycle refresh, including at least one new 22-inch wheel design, new taillights, and a multi-function tailgate. to help it better compete with the Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, and Ram 1500.

Q: When can a 2024 F-150 be ordered?

A: We expect the 2024 Ford F-150 to arrive in the summer of 2023

Q: Will there be a 2024 F-150 Raptor?

A: Yes, we expect the Ford Ranger Raptor to be sold as a 2024 model, but Ford hasn’t said how much it will cost. We expect the starting price to be higher than competitors such as the Chevy Colorado ZR2 and Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro due to their more powerful engines.