The all-new, 2021 Ford F-150 adds seven new colors to its roster: Antimatter Blue, Space White, Guard, Kodiak Brown, Carbonized Gray, Smoked Quartz Tinted Clearcoat, and Code Orange. Here’s our first look at the Code Orange option.
Assigned order code CN, Code Orange is a metallic color that’s one of eight colors available on the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor. The hue is a no-cost option that’s exclusive to the Raptor. Additionally, the color can be ordered with the either the Black or Rhapsody Blue interior color combinations, which are the colorways available on the Raptor.
Ford F-150 Trim Levels:
- King Ranch
Ford F-150 Interior Color Combinations:
- Black With Medium Dark Slate
- Black With Baja Tan
- Black With Carmelo
- Admiral Blue
- Medium Dark Slate
- Rhapsody Blue
The 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor will enter production at the Ford Dearborn Truck plant on July 6th, 2021 and it is likely going to be highly sought after, so shoppers interested in the new Raptors clad in the equally-new Code Orange color are advised to check with their local dealer regarding pricing and availability of the third-generation model.
Ford Authority has extensively reported on the all-new, 14th generation 2021 Ford F-150, and the plethora of changes that arrived with the debut of the new model, which include the introduction of the first-ever hybrid F-150, powered by the Ford 3.5L PowerBoost V6. Additionally, the overhauled half ton truck features a myriad of tech and features enhancements and additions, like Sync 4, the Interior Work Surface, Max Recline Seats, Pro Power Onboard, and more. This summer, the F-150 will gain Onboard Scales, active suspension tech, an all-new Tremor off-road trim level, while also reintroducing the F-150 Raptor back into the lineup after a brief hiatus.
The new Raptor will carry over the powertrain from its predecessor, but does come with some notable improvements, like larger 3.1-inch-diameter anodized shock bodies and revised transmission mapping. Additionally, Ford will allow buyers to pair their new Raptor with 37-inch tires for the first time ever. As exclusively reported by Ford Authority, a more robust and more powerful F-150 Raptor R will arrive for the 2022 model year, complete with a supercharged Ford 5.2L Predator V8.
Even more exciting changes await the F-150 for the 2022 model year, as the paradigm-busting F-150 Lightning is expected to arrive at U.S. dealerships next spring as the first-ever full-size electric pickup from a traditional American automaker. The upcoming model is already racking up an impressive number of reservations and has already been enthusiastically sampled by President Joe Biden.