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2021 Ford F-150 King Ranch Interior: Live Photo Gallery


The all-new 2021 Ford F-150 was revealed back in June, but we just got our very first look at the 14th generation pickup’s bed last week. Then, Ford Authority captured a host of exclusive 2021 Ford F-150 King Ranch exterior photos, which we shared earlier this week. Now, we’ve got a slew of King Ranch interior photos to share as well.

This is the first time anyone has seen the 2021 Ford F-150 King Ranch in person. The pictures were taken at the Ford Dearborn Truck Plant, where the Ford F-150 is produced.

The 2021 Ford F-150 King Ranch slots above the XL, XLT, and Lariat trim levels in the F-150 lineup, and beneath the Platinum and Limited. It is available in SuperCrew configuration only, with either a 5.5 or 6.5 foot bed and a starting MSRP of $56,330.

The 2021 Ford F-150 King Ranch comes with a host of standard interior features including 2+2 cupholders, a flow-through console with a leather-wrapped lid, carpeted floor mats with King Ranch logos, a leather-wrapped shift knob, and leather-wrapped power tilt/telescoping steering wheel with memory.

Additional standard equipment on the new King Ranch includes a 400W outlet up front, additional outlets in the console and bed, and unique leather seats. The driver’s seat is 10 way power adjustable with memory, while the passenger seat is multi-adjustable. Both front seats are heated and ventilated with power lumbar.

Rounding out the King Ranch’s many standard features are heated rear seats, unique genuine wood trim accents, and unique metallic front scuff plates. The King Ranch is also equipped with a wireless charging pad, universal garage door opener, and 8 speaker B&O sound system with HD Radio and a subwoofer.

Adding on the 601A High package adds multicontour front seats with Active Motion, which is essentially a massaging function. Additional options include Ford’s new Interior Work Surface with a stowable shifter, Max Recline Seats, a partitioned, lockable fold-flat storage compartment located beneath the rear seat, a twin-panel moonroof, and an 18 speaker B&O “Unleashed” sound system.

As is the case with all 2021 F-150 models, the King Ranch features a heavily revised interior. The King Ranch comes standard with a large, 12 inch infotainment screen with SYNC 4 and a 12 inch fully digital instrument gauge cluster.

Ford hasn’t released all of its available interior colors for the 2021 King Ranch yet, and currently has Java listed as the only option in its early online configurator.

2021 Ford F-150 production is already underway, and the all-new pickup is scheduled to arrive at dealerships this November.

We’ll have much more on the 2021 F-150 very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord F-150 news, and continuous Ford news coverage.




Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Roy Chiles

    Nice I would like Ford to add the metallic light green that was used on 2000 models

  2. leonard waldner

    I like Ford but the RAM Longhorn interior is still the truck to beat….

    1. Alex Luft

      In no capacity is the Ram “the truck to beat.”

      Compared to the new F-150, the Ram is less capable, has an inferior powertrain lineup, and the interior is pretty but not at all functional. The only thing the ram does well is deep discounts in an attempt to buy market share.

    2. Roy Chiles

      Without the F150 King Ranch you wouldn’t have a Ram Long Horn, Chevy High Country or Tundra 1794. I to like the Long Horn Ram Edition but it only comes 2nd To The King

  3. Robert A.

    As stated in he article, the King Ranch version is smack-dab in the middle of the lineup. That interior definitely looks pretty sweet. The Platinum and Limited models will be even higher lined trucks, with even fancier interiors. I’ve seen some photos of those models in the past few weeks that feature seats with a diamond quilting pattern, ala the Mercedes S series, or the Bentley models, and reclining seats that go all the way down, for the driver and front seat passenger to be able to catch 40 winks. Those models were reported to start in the high $60 K range and may be brushing up into the $80 K bracket, with all the options.

  4. Arlindo

    The Ram interior is great and the king ranch 150 is also top match, but, until Chrysler/Fiat get the reliability issue under wraps, the Ford 150percent. Ram beautiful interior does nothing for me stuck in the dealer for half ass warranty repairs. Silverado still looks and feels very cheap and the Titan worse. Ford or Toyota.

    1. JROC

      Please don’t accuse the Silverado as being cheap in either looks or feel and then promote the Tundra. I wasn’t impressed with it in 07 and sure as hell am not impressed with it in 2020. Any kind of reliability advantage it may have comes from the fact that it’s easy for Toyota to meet the CAFE MPG average across its lineup because large full-size trucks and SUV’s aren’t it’s bread and butter like they are with the big three, so they don’t have to resort to gimmicks like engine management or high compression/Relitively high PSI’s from a TT V6’s to try and meet a high MPG for a truck. This generation Silverado on the other hand I really like. Unlike a lot of people I think it looks great, plus I prefer column mounted shifters for my automatic trucks.

  5. Doug Thomas

    When will the 2021 F-250 King Ranch be available?

  6. Skip Richards

    no leg or hip room. useless seats. loose the giant console, also useless. I’ll keep my 1989 f150 w beautiful bench seat.

  7. trailhiker

    I wish the King Ranch had the Lariet grille. Other than that, it is close to perfect.

  8. Israel Zamora

    They copied the front of the gmc sierra
    And the interior dash and center console is similar to the Chevrolet silverado


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