New Ford F-150 seen in test trialsFebruary 21, 2020
The car was covered with camouflage, but the front part can already be seen in detail.
American automaker Ford is testing its F-150 pickup truck. Tests are taking place in the United States – in southeast Michigan. The car is positioned as a model in 2021, so its premiere should take place very soon. Experts suggest that this will happen at the New York Auto Show in April. If experts do not have time to prepare the car for this time, then it will debut in Detroit in June of this year. The car is almost ready, so there is not much camouflage left on it – it covers the side and back of the car, but the front part is clearly visible. Designers managed to make the body more smooth and at the same time maintain the aggressive look of the pickup.
The car received a new radiator grille, from the center of which a powerful chrome strip diverges to the sides.
Also, a large amount of chromium frames the grille above and below. Note the stylish bumper, which gives the car a look different from its predecessor. The developers also redesigned the headlights. The rest of the body is hidden by a film, so it’s difficult to assess the changes now. Note that there were two people in the car. In addition to the driver, most likely, there was an engineer in the cockpit who was responsible for collecting data and analyzing them.
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