- The Ford F-150 truck has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States since 1981.
- In 2019, nearly 900,000 F-Series trucks left dealer lots in the United States.
- The F-150 underwent a risky redesign for the vehicle’s 13th generation, arguably the riskiest since the truck first arrived in 1947. Ford designed the truck with lighter aluminum.
- This week, the new Ford F-150 2021 will be revealed.
- Here’s a look at why the F-150 is an icon, a legend, and a great pickup.
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This is a very big week in the auto industry in the United States.
On Thursday, Ford is unveiling its new 14th generation F-150 pickup. The F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States since 1981. It is by far the most important four-wheel machine Dearborn produces. As the F-150 goes, the Ford Motor Company goes.
The F-150 was redesigned quite radically and successfully in 2014, then updated in 2017. But competition has kept pace: the Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, and RAM 1500 are all new or relatively new.
That means 2020 and 2021 could bring an even more intense truck contest to the US. USA It is worth noting that even a coronavirus pandemic has damaged car sales, vans have continued to attract customers. It’s also worth noting that Ford, GM, and Fiat Chrysler cars make big profits on their full-size trucks.
I have reviewed all full size trucks on the market. They are all great. But the F-150 is … special. This is why: