2021 Ford F-150 Interior – more comfort, technology and functionality. Ford reveals its all-new F-150 – part of the F-Series lineup that’s been America’s choice for getting the job done for 43 consecutive years. The all-new F-150 is purpose-built to be the toughest, most productive F-150 ever and targeted to be the most powerful light-duty full-size pickup truck on the market.
While the F-150’s interior dimensions remain effectively unchanged, the cabin receives several upgrades in the comfort, convenience and productivity departments. The headliner here is Sync 4, which is the latest generation of Ford’s infotainment suite. Ford says this is more than a mere software update, as the system’s processing power has been increased to improve responsiveness and support new features, including wireless smartphone integration.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both natively supported, and Sync 4 carries on Ford’s partnership with Amazon for Alexa integration as well. In addition to these background improvements, there are also some larger screens. The new standard screen is an eight-inch touch unit; higher-end trims (XLT and up) can be equipped with a 12-incher. These larger screens are accompanied by an available 12-inch digital cluster.
Ford has some new widgets for its buyers who use their trucks as more than mere transportation. For those who get a lot of long-haul use out of their pickups, Ford is offering a set of “Max Recline” front seats on the Platinum, King Ranch and Limited models. These seats fold almost completely flat, allowing for co-driver power naps or even rest-stop sleep breaks.
On the practicality front, the new F-150 gets a couple of key optional features designed to help buyers outfit their trucks to suit their normal use without having to segue into the aftermarket for practical solutions. The first is a full-width rear under-seat storage solution that both locks and folds flat to make way for larger cargo. The door-to-door footprint makes it ideal for storing longer items, Ford says, such as outdoor equipment or even some firearms.
Up front, those who use their trucks as office work spaces might appreciate Ford’s new center console table. Dubbed “Interior Work Surface,” this accessory folds forward from the center cubby, covering the space normally occupied by the gear selector and cup holders. The gear selector stows away, folding forward into a recess, allowing the table to be folded down creating a workspace that can accommodate a binder or notepad, or even a smaller laptop, saving owners from having to invest in complicated aftermarket swing-arm tables.
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