2021 F-150



No matter when, where or how you use an F-150, capability always comes through. Every aspect of this detail-oriented truck was sculpted with a specific purpose in mind — to back up your ambition. And to prove it, the all-new F-150 outperforms every other truck in its class with best-in-class available towing* and payload. **
*Max towing on F-150 SuperCab 8’ box and SuperCrew 4x2 with available 3.5L EcoBoost, Max Trailer Tow Pkg. Not Shown. F-150 XLT SuperCrew PowerBoost 4x4 shown. Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.
**Max payload on F-150 Regular Cab 8’ box 4x2 with available 5.0L V8 engine and Max Trailer Tow and Heavy-Duty Payload Pkgs. Not shown. F-150 XLT SuperCrew PowerBoost 4x4 shown. Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR. Max payload varies and is based on accessories and vehicle configuration. See label on door jamb for carrying capacity of a specific vehicle.
Payload and towing are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously.
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A 2021 Ford F 1 50 with a Skid Steer Loader in tow
2021 Ford F-150 pulling a boat along a waterfront road


The Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD) system dynamically adjusts shock absorber stiffness in real time to match the road surface and driver inputs. It’s fully automatic depending on the drive mode you select. It monitors suspension position, vehicle loading, vehicle speed, road conditions and steering to adjust suspension damping for enhanced vehicle control, particularly when towing or hauling heavy loads. Standard on Limited, and available on LARIAT, King Ranch® , and Platinum.
2021 Ford F-150 backing up to a trailer


The available Smart Trailer Tow Connector informs you if something regarding your trailer needs attention. Just view the tow activity screen to find out information like when your tow or turn indicator lamps need to be replaced or brake lamps or trailer battery problems.
2021 Ford F-150 with tailgate down and lawn supplies in the bed


The first-in-its-class* available feature measures approximate payload weight. You can view onboard scale status through the SYNC® 4 screen, FordPass app or via a LED visual display in the taillamps that lets you know your load status. That way you know what you’re carrying doesn’t exceed the weight your vehicle can handle.
*Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR

2021 FORD F-150 RAPTOR

The F-150 Raptor is designed to deliver big-time capability off-road. You can drive deeper into the desert and tackle some of the most rugged terrain with confidence. *

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*Always consult the Raptor supplement to the owner’s manual before off-road driving, know your terrain and trail difficulty, and use appropriate safety gear.

Two 2021 Ford F 1 50 Raptors parked in the desert


Sometimes it’s just you and your F-150 out there. Good thing it has your back. Smarter than ever, the all-new F-150 looks out for you whether you’re towing, changing lanes or finding a spot to park. The advanced, purposeful technology and capability help keep you in control while getting it all done.
A 2021 Ford F 1 50 being parallel parked


Parking made easy – even in tight parallel or reverse perpendicular spots. When engaged, it can help locate a potential spot. Then all you have to do is brake to a complete stop, shift into Neutral and hold down the Active Park Assist button – your vehicle does the rest. Available Active Park Assist 2.0 also offers park out assist with side-sensing capability so you can confidently navigate out of a parking spot when someone’s parked too close to you.10  
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The Rear View Camera10 is available on your centre dash display at your command. You don’t even have to be in Reverse. At the touch of the button you can activate the camera to check on your hardware in tow or scope out the traffic behind you. When you have to reverse, you’ll get not only a rear visual, but your screen will also display guidelines to help you navigate. Fixed guidelines direct you when you’re going straight back. Active guidelines show the path you intend to take when you’re backing up on a curve off the straight line. If you’re towing a trailer, a centre guideline helps you line it up with your trailer hitch. And there are enhanced park aids indicating which side an object is on and how close it is, as well as coloured lines showing how close you are moving to an object behind your vehicle.10
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F-150 provides bright, efficient and long-lasting illumination. On the road, available LED projector headlamps with Adaptive Dynamic Bending give you a clear view of the road, adjusting for clarity around curves and creating a wide beam to help you see off to the side.
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A 2021 Ford F 1 50 towing a trailer around a curve at night