The F-150 continues to be a workhorse but it adds more tech, advanced safety features, and a hybrid version for the 2021 model year.
The mildly upgraded cabin remains very quiet, and the crew cabs we tested are super roomy.
The popular 2.7-liter turbo-V6 provides effortless acceleration and respectable fuel economy, at 19 mpg overall.
The new "PowerBoost" hybrid has loads of power and gets 20 mpg overall.
The F-150's ride and handling have improved slightly.
Clever new features include a foldaway gear selector that creates a flat workspace, a tailgate designed to serve as a workbench, and an optional built-in generator with the ability to power job-site equipment.
The F-150 has Ford's easy-to-use, new Sync 4 infotainment system.
Every F-150 comes with standard FCW and AEB with pedestrian detection.
Ford just announced that a new all-electric truck is in the works, resurrecting the Lightning name but this time aiming for the eco market instead of a performance edge.
Scheduled to debut for the 2022 model year, the new EV will reportedly have up to 563 hp with an estimated 300-mile range.