WE DIDN'T JUST BUILD IT. WE MADE IT POSSIBLE.
The all-new F-150 is a giant leap forward in truck technology. Why are we introducing it now? Now and in the coming years, your truck will have to be stronger, more productive and more efficient, because the jobs keep getting harder and gas prices are rising. So we turned to high-strength, military-grade,* aluminum alloy for our body and bed. We developed new technologies. We rethought conventional assumptions and charted the future of tough.
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS. A TRUCK THAT'S STRONGER THAN EVER.
Our new, fully-boxed high-strength steel frame is stronger and more rigid than ever with eight cross sections. Roll forming allows us to tailor the gauge of the steel in specific sections of the frame in order to maximize strength as necessary.
2.7L ECOBOOST® V6
The numbers are in: 325 horsepower. 375 lb.-ft. of torque. Max payload 2,250 lbs. and 8,400-lb. max towing. Like its predecessor, the 3.5L EcoBoost, this second-generation 2.7L EcoBoost dynamo achieves great low-end torque and capability combined with efficiency, bringing EcoBoost technology to a new level.
TECHNOLOGY THAT WORKS.
New, Available 8-Inch Productivity Screen. It’s larger and more convenient with tabs that make navigation between screens easy. It’s command central for your truck, right in front of you.
LED BOX LIGHTING AND LED SPOTLIGHT MIRRORS
Available LED spotlights in the mirrors let you illuminate the task at hand from just about any angle long after the sun has set.
MODERN AND COMFTORABLE. FORD INTERIOR AT ITS BEST.
Ford is still keeping details on the interior a secret, but we know it will offer better-quality materials, and new technologies like SYNC, MyFord Touch and an 8-inch "productivity screen" in the instrument cluster. But Ford did let us in on some new additions including: 400-watt and 110-volt outlets inside the cabin, eight-inch LCD productivity screen that shows that displays important items, like towing and fuel economy tips, second-row inflatable safety belts and adaptive cruise control.
Go see it for yourself.