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2024 Ford F-150 Refresh Will Offer New 22-Inch Wheels

The perennially best-selling Ford F-150 is due for its next mid-cycle refresh in the 2024 model year, and over the past couple of months, Ford Authority has spotted a handful of camouflaged pickups out testing. While the 2024 Ford F-150 isn’t expected to present any dramatic changes to what has long proven to be a successful formula, shoppers can expect a few updates, at least. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that one of those changes will come in the form of new 22-inch wheel options.

Currently, the F-150 lineup is available with just one style of 22-inch wheel – polished aluminum units that are standard on the Limited trim pickup. However, the 2024 Ford F-150 will expand that particular offering to include new 22-inch wheel options – at least one of which is a matte black styled wheel with an intricate spoke pattern.

Ford Authority first spied a refreshed 2024 Ford F-150 out testing in early December 2022, though that pickup was covered in heavy camo, making it difficult to spot any forthcoming changes. However, a Lariat pickup was spotted just a few weeks later, giving us a better look at the refreshed pickup, and another prototype – spied roughly one month ago – was wearing even less camo, also providing a sneak peek at the F-150’s new taillight design.

Otherwise, the 2024 F-150 looks a lot like the current, 2023 model, though it may be offered with a new, multi-function tailgate, as Ford Authority reported in December. Some changes will also take place inside the cabin, with the biggest seemingly coming from a new, vertical infotainment screen, which is far different than the current, horizontally-oriented unit. Otherwise, it seems as if the V8-powered Raptor R will continue to be offered next year as well, as Ford Authority recently spotted that updated pickup driving around, too.

We’ll have more on the 2024 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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Comments

  1. Shelby32

    Thats all we need bigger wheels that make the truck ride rough and use more gas. Ford really needs to work on the ride and quit worry able class leading payload to the point of making the truck ride so bad. More power wright size wheels and smooth ride like the Lightning EV would be nice. If i need to pull a house I can buy a superduty. The F150 needs to have a ride like the EV truck just put the Expedition rear suspension under the higher end models like the Limited with the HO 3.5 would be a nice start.

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    1. Mr. Mike

      Have you driven one? I don’t have the payload package and it’s the best riding half ton I have ever driven. I also roll on oem 18’s, but my 2022 rides noticeably better than my 2020 did, both standard 1/2 ton packages.

      Certainly better than my 2018 Chevy did and very about where the last gen coil suspension Ram was. By using a single rear leaf with overload they no longer have the friction of two springs and the noises / NVH issues that came with that. A lot of people insist on monster truck LT tires that will degrade the ride.

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  2. Tim

    How about building quality into the truck remove all the Chinese chips go back to manual controls head into another direction…..nope a refresh is change the wheels and tires and install tailgates from dodge and box steps from GM Expected more from Ford and increase the price

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  3. Bill Hubbard

    I don’t care to hear about anything else until I read about a 6.8 engine.

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  4. cj

    I like to see more options of chrome type wheel….not the matte black…cheap….Brake Dust type…

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  5. PCL

    Standard push-button start and automatic climate control or it’s still a no-go for me.

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    1. SH

      Said no guy ever

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    2. Mr. Mike

      I have those on my XLT. Not exactly a top tier level.

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  6. Dan render

    I have a f250 diesel I need for hauling but I don’t think most people need a f250 what I’d like to see is a f150 that would have some decent pulling power but ride like a car

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