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2022 Ford F-150 Black Appearance Package Looks Great

The Ford F-150 lineup added a wide variety of black appearance packages for the 2022 model year. Available as the XLT Black Appearance Package, Platinum Black Appearance Package, Lariat Black Appearance Package and the STX Black Appearance Package, these exterior equipment groups add a dash of sinister black accents to the pickup’s exterior and interior. Ford Authority spotted a 2022 Ford F-150 XLT with the dark accents on an Agate Black exterior for a slick black-on-black look.

As a reminder, the 2022 F-150 XLT Black Appearance Package is optional on XLT Mid (301 A equipment group) and XLT High (302A equipment group). It bundles the following components:

  • 20-inch Gloss Black painted aluminum wheels
  • Black 6-inch Angular Step Bars
  • Black bodyside decals (4×4 and FX4 Off-Road Package [55A] only)
  • Black exterior badging
  • Dark interior appliques
  • Dual Exhaust with black tips Dual Exhaust with black tips (4×4 and Ford 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine [998])
  • Leather-Trimmed bucket Seats with Flow-through Console; Floor Shifter (302A only)
  • Matte black Tailgate “F-150” decal
  • Unique Hood and Grille w/ black accent

In order to outfit a particular 2022 Ford F-150 with the Black Accent Package, it is required to have a 145-inch wheelbase SuperCrew and XLT Sport Appearance Package. It’s not available for the F-150 with the 3.5L EcoBoost paired with the 4X2 drivetrain.

Black cosmetic items seem to be gaining traction among new vehicle buyers, particularly in the Ford pickup scene. In fact, Ford offers a black oval badge kit with cameras for the 2022 Ford F-150 for an additional fee. Beyond that, black ovals are available for the Ford Ranger, F-150, and Super Duty pickups for those who want their Blue Oval machines to have a fully blacked-out exterior.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. Greg

    Will the black appearance package be available on a F150 157″ wheelbase… the 6.5 ft. bed? The 8 ft. bed? Or just the crew cab with 145″ wheelbase?

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  2. Don Jr & Eric In Therapy

    I can see this being popular with Americans, but there’s a faction of emotionally stunted men who’ll read this and all of a sudden feel quite Replaced, Invisible and Insignificant.
    Not enough hugs as children? Potty-trained wrong? Who knows.
    This is a good-looking design theme, and it’ll be well-received by well-adjusted Americans. That’s enough. The well-triggered can look elsewhere for their “Don’t Forget Us!” white-on-white-on-white-on-white (ad nauseum) trucks.

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    1. America is for Americans

      Indeed.
      Apparently some of these guys will spend all sorts of money to help their truck compensate for their own (shall we say) shortcomings, but the moment they see a non-blue Ford emblem on the hood and they loose their minds. But, by all means: hang those bull balls from the trailer hitch, boys!
      I’m a big fan of Ford requiring intending buyers to complete behavioral evaluations before accessing the website or a dealership.

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  3. Lonnie

    Wondering if others had bought a new f 250-350 that the cross traffic system was deleted my is ad I having troubles where they cut the factory junction off and wired and taped them to work, only was you would know if you pulled taillight out to look or until water gets in it first

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