America’s favorite truck is getting another redesign. Get ready for a fresh 2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid. It is for a good reason that the F-150 is so popular. It is not just a simple workhorse, it is also a lifestyle truck. People like to drive trucks for their everyday agenda. And the F-150 has the style and design to do it well.
On top of that, it can be capable of doing the heavy lifting. Recently, Ford announced their first fully electric pickup. And the electrification is not stopping there. There will be a new powertrain for the F-150. Let’s take a look at what it will look like.
There are many improvements on the inside of the 2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid. The infotainment is vertical now and it has a huge 14-inch screen. It controls everything connected to a battery. The Dashboard is digital as well. We get hands-free driving with all trims, and this is an amazing addition.
There is also an app for your smartphone that controls a lot of stuff in the car. There is also a remote start button on it. Upholstery will get an update with more cushioning and more materials to choose from. A sunroof might be available, and the truck can seat five people without any issue.
Ford F-150 Hybrid Exterior Design
The exterior will be dictated by the trim. The 2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid has many models and trims, and they all serve different purposes. There are off-roading builds that have beefy tires with 19-inch lightweight rims. Increased ride height is available, along with underbody protection.
That way, nothing gets stuck under the pickup. The cargo bed is a standard 5.5 feet with a modern tailgate. The front fascia is huge and aggressive and is a staple of every Ford pickup. Headlights will remain intact and are on 2 levels and have a square look to them.
Under the Hood
One of the most intriguing innovations for the 2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid powertrain lineup should be a revolutionary V8 engine. It appears that a new, 4.8-liter engine will take the place of the popular 5.0-liter Coyote. Although the exact specifications are still unknown, several sources point to a maximum output of roughly 420 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque, which would represent a modest power increase over the Coyote’s 395 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. However, we anticipate that the emphasis will be on offering higher mileage ratings.
If we are to believe the same rumors, the remainder of the powertrain choice should be made up of well-known V6 engines. Another notable novelty should be the Ford F-150 Hybrid in 2024. Additionally, an all-electric F-150 is anticipated, although it will not be available for the original rollout. A high-performance version might be a significant novelty. The most recent rumors state that a new engine, a 5.2-liter V8, will be available in the capable Raptor level. This truck’s supercharged engine, which was created for the new Shelby GT500, could easily fit within. Although the exact specifications are yet unknown, some rumors indicate that the maximum output could exceed 700 horsepower.
There are some rumors about a hybrid powertrain for the new F-150. There are numerous engines that can be coupled with one or two electric motors. We would prefer to see a dual-motor setup in the 2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid. The most probable engine will be the 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost. There will be 12 models to choose from in the new F-150 lineup, and one of them is surely a hybrid. This would increase the longevity of the engine as well as improve fuel economy. We know they have a fully electric pickup and a new platform. Which platform the hybrid will use remains to be seen.
Improved MPG Ratings
The new 2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid isn’t too expensive to run. The 3.5-liter V6 version gets around 18 mpg and 24 on the open road. While the hybrid will allegedly get around 25 mpg in the city and 28 on the highway,
2024 Ford F-150 Hybrid Release Date and Price
We expect to see the full F-150 lineup roll off the production track during the summer of 2023. The starting price for the basic trim and build will be announced. So far, there have been no official announcements and we can only guess.