The 2018 F-150 is Ford’s surprise entry at the 2017 Detroit show. It packs updated looks and engine enhancements that truck lovers would love. Most of the new aesthetic qualities come with a two-bar appearance that stretches across the F-150’s front end. This exudes a wider appearance that emphasises the shape of the headlights. The truck also has grilles that are specifically designed to forge more visual differentiation between other models as well as appearance packages.
To add, the grills are flanked by new and improved headlights that are available in two versions: one for the low-end trims and and the other filled with LEDs for the more expensive models. With regard to the lights, they are re-shaped and had their ends reach the center of the truck. Also, the grilles are specifically designed to dip down lower to reach the newly-designed bumper, which is complemented by a filler piece that separates the bumper from the lights as well as the grille. The all-new F-150 comes with wheel designs that vary in size: from 17 to 22 inches in diameter.
In the rear, consumers may have a hard time noticing the enhancements since they are, say, more subtle. But if they look closer, they may see a split between the upper as well as the lower portion of the element. It should be noted that before, it came in one piece. What they may notice is the restyled tailgate, which are available in two varieties: the lower trim levels gets a creased trapezoid look with F-150 embossed across the lower portion
Per reports, the much-awaited turbodiesel will arrive in the summer of 2018 and while there are very few information about this 3.0 liter, V6 truck. It is rumoured to have 254 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque.