The next-generation Ford F-150 pickup can be ordered with an additional generatorMay 27, 2020
According to automobile publications, a full-size new generation Ford F-150 pickup can be purchased with a built-in generator. The start of sales of the popular truck is scheduled for early next year.
At the SEMA tuning exhibition in 2018, Transfer Flow introduced the Ford F-150 pickup version, which has a 2000-watt converter with AC and USB ports. A year later, at the same event in Las Vegas, the guys from the BDS Suspension atelier showed the “raised” F-350, which also had an inverter installed. Now it seems that Ford is really interested in offering customers the opportunity to purchase the next-generation F-150 with a generator.
It is reported that the fourteenth-generation F-150 will be optionally available with a built-in generator to power a variety of equipment that the car owner decides to take with him on a trip.
There are few details so far, since we do not know which equipment will receive this option and how much it will cost. But it’s foolish to deny the fact that such a feature will further enhance the versatility of the truck.
In the past few months, a lot of details have appeared about the full-size F-150 2021 model year truck. The official debut of new items is scheduled for the end of this year. We learned that the truck will receive updates to the SYNC4 infotainment system over the air. The latter will receive a 15.5-inch touch screen. Inside, improved trim materials will appear. For buyers, the novelty will be offered with a hybrid V6 engine, as well as with a fully electric motor. And of course, the pickup will be available in the high-performance Raptor.
“Spy” images showed that the appearance of the truck will be more evolutionary, relative to the current version of the exterior, rather than revolutionary. Many body styles will be offered as well as driver assistance / safety systems.
The official presentation of the full-size Ford F-150 should take place “in the near future” in accordance with a statement made by Kelly Felker, Ford Global Product and Labor Relations Manager. Deliveries of the first batches of a new generation truck are scheduled for early next year.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the powerful Ford F-150 Raptor pickup got a futuristic appearance. An independent designer decided to imagine how a brand new version of the high-performance Ford F-150 Raptor truck might look like.
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