2021 Ford F150 Interior, Release Date, Price – A few weeks ago, 2021 F-150 was caught driving around what less camouflaged than ever before. And Ford purposely left the grille, lights, mirrors, and other things uncovered for the world to see. For the most part, the new f-150 looks to be an evolution rather than a complete redesign.
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However, due to some creative rendering skills with Photoshop, we now have some pretty accurate pictures of what the new 2021 f-150 will look like. The front shows the new smaller grille surrounded by horizontally stacked headlights. And the unique daytime running lights spread from the top of the grille all the way down to the lower bumper and surrounds the fog lights.
Interesting enough to see shape daytime running lights. Reminds me of what’s on the new GMC Yukon. You can also see the hood is more sculpted, and the new smaller mirrors are also shown. Without the camouflage, this new F-150 looks pretty darn good without being too overbearing.
Here’s a shot of the rear though not much has changed besides the new taillights. There is also now a butter shot of the interior. The inside cabin has been completely redesigned and updated to compete with the likes of the RAM 1500. in this picture, you can see the steering wheel now resembles the one that explores the same three-spoke type design.
Also, the buns are much smaller than the current steering wheel. The gauge cluster is now all-digital, although this could be reserved for the upper trims only. Of course, you can’t miss the massive 12-inch horizontal screen in the middle. There are knobs for the four-wheel-drive system, trailer control, and climate control.
There are also knobs for volume and scrolling. You could see the buttons heated and ventilated seats are definitely available. And also, below, you can see a USB C port and a USB port. And on the right side, you see a 12v outlet and also a household outlet. So what do you guys think are you sold on the new 2021 Ford F150 exterior design after seeing these renderings. Or do you still like 2021 better?