Ford has published a teaser for a completely new generation of pickup F-150June 19, 2020
The press service of the American brand published a teaser image of the new generation of the full-size pickup F-150. The long-awaited novelty will debut on June 25.
The new Ford F-150 is almost presented. We saw a lot of “spy” images showing the inside and outside of the new generation full-size truck, and we already know a lot about the car. In late May, Ford officially announced the date of the presentation of the new truck – June 25.
And now, the automaker has published a teaser image that offers us a look at the truck’s new LED headlights. The photo was posted right on the main Ford website for public viewing.
That is, we kind of see the new “eyes” of the truck. Headlights and fog lights have LED strips, and this intentionally darkened teaser emphasizes the LED optics.
Ford does not hesitate to test the prototypes of the new pickup on public roads, using only a thin camouflage film that conceals the design elements.
We saw various variations of the false radiator grille and a new form of headlights. Apparently, the appearance of the popular pickup truck will not receive any significant changes.
However, this darkened photo gives us something new to consider. This black and white image shows a very turned square truck. Here, the lines of the body on the raised part of the hood are clearly pronounced, and the LED strips quite closely follow the contour of the wings. True connoisseurs of F-Series pickups who have been looking at the image for a long time can even see the design elements of the seventh generation truck and its rectangular headlights, released in the mid-1980s.
Some describe the look of the new F-150 as a cross between the new Ram 1500 and the previous generation GMC Sierra. Inside, we expect to see a very large screen infotainment system among the new interior, which will nevertheless be very familiar to the owners of the F-150. Buttons and manual controls will still prevail over touch controls.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Ford introduces Active Drive Assist autonomous driving technology. Engineers of the brand spoke about the technology of autonomous driving ADA (Active Drive Assist). Company models should receive a novelty by 2021.
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