This week, Autoblog acquired spy shots which show what looks to be a mid-cycle refresh of the current-generation Ford F-150 full-size pickup.
You can view the full spy gallery on the Autoblog website.
It’s hard to get a clear picture of what’s set to change for the Ford F-150, but judging from just how much cladding there is at the front of the truck, that end seems destined to get a major reworking. It looks as though the triple-bar front grille on the current model has been replaced with one possessing a single thick cross bar, and slimmer, parallel slats running above and below. The automaker took great pains to obscure the headlamps, suggesting that they, too, will change significantly from their current form, although we can’t see them clearly in these photos.
We expect the refreshed Ford F-150 full-size to come along as a 2018 model year vehicle, introducing a new diesel engine option in the process. Stay tuned.