I prefer this dark gray over a pure black. Pure black shows blemishes like scratches and oils too easily. Also when the stitching starts to fray a little, it'd be noticeable on pure black vs this dark gray.
I personally think this interior would look awesome with a light exterior like Star White.
The F150 Powerboost is showing some huge potential there. Can't wait to see official power specs. And so far I haven't seen an interior I don't like. That Platinum Black interior looks straight out of a luxury car.
Autospies is just a clickbait "news" site. That's not even a real spy photo and they don't attribute their "rumor" to any source.
Doesn't mean we don't see HUD added to the 14th gen F150 at some point and I'm hoping they do. Super helpful technology.
Slick looking technology. Hope that front air dam is built strong though for taking impacts on the highway when it's deployed. It seems to come down pretty low.
Any video of the active grilles in action?
Taking turn for the worse. UAW now asking Ford to shut down the plant again.
UAW Asks Ford To Shut Down Dearborn Truck Plant And Test All Workers For COVID-19
Barely a week into the reopening of Ford’s U.S...
Do they each serve a separate purpose? Or are there two just to maximize signal reception?
I'm a fan of OTA ability. Even better if we'll be able to 1) opt out of certain updates/features and 2) download updates in the background while driving.
Sounds like Dearborn only shut down for a few hours:
"This week's stoppages were expected to be brief -- the Chicago plant was back in operation Wednesday morning, and the Dearborn plant is expected to resume operations later Wednesday night."
It's good that they're being safe and stopping...
This has been visible in spy pics for a while but never confirmed what they are. There's two new black bumps on the roof which look like they may be GPS atenna? But why the need for two of them? There's still also a traditional antenna mounted on the front passenger fender.