2021 F-150 Real Life Sightings

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Where is that gathering of 2021 F-150s? Could you see the interiors through the windows? I'd really love to know if the lighter tan leather on the center of the King Ranch is really brown/tan or if it has the burnt orange color like the 2020's.
 

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Where is that gathering of 2021 F-150s? Could you see the interiors through the windows? I'd really love to know if the lighter tan leather on the center of the King Ranch is really brown/tan or if it has the burnt orange color like the 2020's.
They were taken by a buddy in Illinois. They had the trucks open but I don’t think we have a pic of the King Ranch interior he only took a pic of the platinum
 

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Was your buddy able to snap pics of each truck? I believe I see Agate Black, Carbonzied Grey, Iconic Silver, Rapid Red, and Smoked Quartz represented.
 

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Does anybody have a calendar of events where the trucks are going to be at various shows/events? I missed when the carbonized gey XLT Sport was in North Texas 30 minutes from my house a few weekends ago. Normally they'd be at the State Fair, but with the fair canceled for COVID, I don't know when they'll be around again.
 

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Although I am still looking for Ford to show up the Unique Black, this does answer a few lingering questions. First, the 'computer generated' interior showed the grey tones to be quite a bit lighter. Glad to see they went with more black and charcoal accents. Carmelo is certainly caramel.

More importantly, I believe we can put to rest the questions of how the interior work space changes the center console. Looks like you are going to lose some depth in the armrest (for the release latch), but the thickness of the armrest looks about the same.

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Thanks for the pics. Maybe Granger Ford can answer this. Can you get the folding shifter without the work surface option?
 

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Thanks for the pics. Maybe Granger Ford can answer this. Can you get the folding shifter without the work surface option?
The general consensus is that the folding-down shifter is standard whether you get the work surface or not. Photos showing the interior without the surface seem to also indicate this.
 

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@Granger Ford, I stand corrected. Seems like $165 would only cover the new lid assembly. So will the opening in the console still be there?

Just another thing that makes me think I need to see one in person before ordering. I don't sit all that far back, but damn I would be pissed if my arm sat on the plastic latch trim for the work space table.
 

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Thank you for the KR Interior pics! That looks tan and not burnt orange to me, so I'm happy I went with the KR!

And seeing the large chrome trim for the work station latch/handle confirms I'm glad I decided against the work station, I'm pretty sure my elbow would end up right on that hard plastic trim.

Thanks for all the pics and information, this is a great forum community. Can't wait until we start getting our trucks!
 
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