Check out this 2021 Ford F-150 Super cab prototype testing at high elevation in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. These images show some details that we have previously not seen. Take a look!
2021 Ford F-150
First, the vertical-style headlight are clearly seen behind the camouflage of this prototype. Naturally, the final design can be dramatically different than this prototype, but it appears that Ford may keep the “C-shaped vertical headlights that surround the grille” design.
Overall the prototype looks very traditional. The overall shape and design resemble the current 2019 F-150. That’s not to say that there are no refinements and changes. Take a look at the rear of the truck.
The tailgate is still large and wide. The bumper has been changed a bit compared to the current F-150. A traditional exhaust pipe is coming out to the side on the passenger side. We don’t know what’s underneath the hood of this prototype, but it is likely equipped with some type on a turbocharged internal combustion engine.
Take a look at the profile of this extended cab (Super Cab). Sometimes is what you don’t see as much as what you see. The front side window appears to be a flat bottom. The semi-truck style kink down is not visible. The side mirror is mounted lower on the door and has a large camouflage piece on top of it.
The extended cab rear doors appear to still be suicide style, not four forward-opening doors. There is a fuel door on the driver’s side, and fuel drain plug down below for testing purposes.
This prototype has a simple wheel design. This may be an XL or XLT model. It still has six-bolt hubs, and what appears to be a 6.5-foot bed.
We will keep you updated as soon as we learn more about the next 2021 Ford F-series trucks.