Ford F-150 may not be all-new but it really incredibly and massively improved. In fact, it is a carryover from the 2022 Ford F-150. The carmaker did go through its best-selling vehicle all the way through making some small but significant upgrades. Together do add up to a truck that is, in fact, hard to beat. The Ram 1500 and GM’s trucks are getting a much-needed makeover.
Ford F-150 Hybrid Powertrain
The F-150’s highlights include the PowerBoost hybrid powertrain that does excite by boasting the greatest power, torque, and fuel economy. This would be in the F-150’s major (and exceptional) engine menu. Moreover, it is very quiet for a truck’s powertrain and then enhances another distinctive feature: the Pro Power onboard generator. In fact, there is a massive 12-inch touchscreen that is available on most trims. Also Max Recline front seats, a fold-flat center console, and 11 various grilles on offer. Moreover, this is the first full year for the redone Raptor and the new F-150 Tremor. In fact, none of this even mentions how smooth, quiet, and refined the 2022 F-150. This adds to the drive thanks to the updates from last year. It is really a winner and that’s not just in sales.
The Power Stroke diesel engine is no longer available along with the Guard, Kodiak Brown, and Lead Foot color options. Atlas Blue has debuted along with black trim packages for the XL, XLT, and Lariat. Also, the Bed Utility Package is optional on many trims. Moreover, this is the first full model year for the redesigned Raptor. Also the new F-150 Tremor and the Blue Cruise hands-free driving system.
In fact, Ford did work on the F-150’s dash last year. This was done to eliminate which was pretty much a small television in top trim levels. The result is a huge monolithic center stack. It is not as appealing visually as what you would get in the Ram 1500. Or the very drastically revised 2022 Chevy Silverado and the 2022 GMC Sierra. Moreover, this really true when talking about the upper trim levels. It does include the Platinum which does make up for it. To include a smooth interior, plus an open-pore wood trim, and the neatly aesthetic metal-look trim.