Ford’s soon-to-be-redesigned F-150 pickup is expected to make its big debut sometime this year. Spy photographers recently believed they spotted a first look at the 2021 crew cab model.
The F-150 was seen undergoing road testing in Dearborn, Michigan, near the carmaker’s headquarters, according to Automotive News Canada.
The exterior of the pickup truck appears to feature stacked headlights and a hood that is slightly more raised.
Other design cues, like the grille, appear to be reminiscent of previously introduced F-150 models. Inside the new F-150, Ford also plans to include at least a 12-inch screen that can simultaneously display features like maps and audio controls, according to Bloomberg.
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Ford’s F-Series has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for 43 consecutive years.
The automaker is also expected to make an electric version of the Ford F-150 pickup. The company recently revealed a video demonstration of an electric pickup towing a train.