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2024 Ford F-150 Refresh Expected To Arrive Next Year

Roughly one year ago, a report indicated that the Ford F-150 would receive a mid-cycle refresh in 2025, which seemed a bit far out considering the fact that the venerable pickup typically gets refreshed every three years or so. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the 2024 Ford F-150 will arrive next year with a refresh for both the gas and hybrid-powered versions of the pickup, which is a bit sooner than previously expected.

Arriving in 2023 for the 2024 model year, the refreshed F-150 will boast a new front end and a revised interior – the types of changes we’ve come to expect from mid-cycle refreshes from The Blue Oval, particularly in terms of its pickups. The 2024 Ford F-150 is being tested right now ahead of next year’s debut. A 2023 introduction would align the current generation Ford F-150 with a regular product cadence of six years – three for the pre-refresh model and three for the post-refresh pickup. The previous generation pickup adhered to that standard.

As for exactly what these changes might entail, the lineup could be supplemented by the addition of a new infotainment system powered by Google, which has yet to debut but is expected to arrive in the near future, possibly as part of the 2024 Ford Mustang. As Ford Authority previously reported, the potential Sync 4 successor was expected to arrive on the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning, but that did not happen.

At this moment, it is unclear if the F-150 Lightning will itself be refreshed. Ford CEO Jim Farley recently stated that the second generation Lightning won’t utilize the gasoline pickup’s platform, a statement that potentially hints at a shorter lifespan for the fully electric variant that follows its own timeline outside of its internal combustion powered counterpart.

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

    As if the F150 doesn’t have more than enough engine choices already. It may be fine in the SUPERDUTY for those that don’t need as much power that the 7.3L produces.

  2. what

    Jesus, that was quick

  3. Dan

    1. “new model?” The current F150 is going into its third year of production. As the article states, Ford does a refresh every 3 or 4 years, so it’s due.
    2. Every manufacturer has recalls. Other brands are much worse.
    3. American parts? The truck already went up thousands for 2023 model year, with no discernable changes. Imagine the price increase if the parts had to be produced in America, by unionized American workers.
    4. You’re saying that American works have been “laid away” for decades, yet you imply this is the current administrations’ fault? This issue started decades ago. Can’t blame the current admin, nor the previous one. Or even the one before that. Or before that. And so on, and so on.
    5. It’s laughing stock, not laughing stalk. And the US has been the laughing stock of the world for about 7 years now. Unfortunate, but true.

    1. Dan

      lolz. That guy deleted his post.

  4. CE

    So Gen 15 should be out in the fall of…2026?

  5. erock92

    Makes sense for a refresh. The current F-150’s front end is going to look out-of-place by 2024 when the Maverick, Ranger, and SuperDuty all look similar a la the “C-Clamp” headlights/signature lighting design.

  6. Marc

    I wonder if they will introduce an indépendant rear suspension?

  7. Mf

    I think the current f150 overall doesn’t need much upgrade. The digital cluster could be made to look less cheap, but that’s really the only thing that needs addressed. Ford needs to focus more on getting them on dealer lots and quick build times than a refresh.

    1. John

      Yeah, I don’t care too much for the constant refreshes. First of all , the 2022 f150 doesn’t really look a whole lot different than the 2009 steel body at first glance. I don’t fault ford for this, it is difficult to make a refrigerator look like much else. However no telling how much the consumer is paying for silly grille changes, headlight updates and dumb things like that (some of which actually decreased effectiveness). I approve of the functional changes, going to aluminum,keeping the coyote emissions compliant even using better materials in the cab are good steps that benefit the company and the customers alike, however the useless gadgets and gizmos, and the appearance refreshing further increase the price of the truck with no tangible benefit. I don’t really like it on the mustang either. Dodge is still producing the 2009 1500 (“classic”) and the 2009 challenger in nearly the same design and they aren’t selling too bad.

  8. Wayne

    I do not like the looks of the 22 and 23 trucks will probably look at a Chevy or Dodge next

    1. Sbb

      22 and 23 looks the same as 21 smh

  9. hkfan45

    What about a rear independent suspension? Both the Tundra and RAM drive so much better than the Ford b/c of it.

  10. Randy

    I currently own a 2017 ford F150 Lariat, and I agree with “Mf” that the F150 doesn’t need many changes with the exception of: Heads up Display, Rear Facing Digital Camera Mirror and some interior refresh. Now, these items are not gizmos in my opinion because I do tow a 7000 lbs travel trailer and these items would add safety to the towing experience. I’m looking at the 2024 Limited Hybrid unit. I will never go all electric! The Bang and Olufson sound system is great in my opinion. To those considering looking at other brands, please be careful because I spoke with a trusted individual at Ford and he said no other manufacturers produce a frame like Ford and nobody else has the aluminum body which serves a significant purpose in that it isn’t top heavy when going into turns and the like. Yes, you will spend more for the Ford. I’m waiting to order due to the chip shortages and if I’m going to order, I want it with all the features that it has to offer. Just saying. I hope that I didn’t offend anyone. I know that not everyone can afford a vehicle like this, but in short, I think they have proven themselves time and time again.

    1. Duane

      We bought a new Powerboost last April. Wonderful truck, better mileage and more power than my 2014 Ecoboost. We really like this truck. Hybrid is just right for us, we have a 2013 Fusion Energy also. In my opinion hybrid is the best way to go.


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