Over the past couple of months, Ford Authority has spied more than one 2024 Ford F-150 prototype out driving around. The very first sighting of the refreshed pickup came back in December – albeit one covered in heavy camo – followed by a more luxurious Lariat, a far less disguised model showing off its new taillight design, and even a V8-powered F-150 Raptor R. While it likely won’t bring about any significant changes when compared to the current F-150, the 2024 model will be available with multiple 22-inch wheel options – as Ford Authority reported last week – and now, these photos show off one of those designs.
The wheels on this 2024 Ford F-150 prototype are indeed 22 inches in diameter – a rather large size for any vehicle – and they feature a six spoke design with hollowed-out centers and angled lines in the middle of each spoke. It’s a unique look for sure, but it’s also one of several 22-inch wheel designs that will be available on the refreshed pickup. Currently, the only way to get 22s on an F-150 is with the Limited, which comes standard with polished aluminum units.
Aside from these new wheel options, the 2024 Ford F-150 will bring about a host of changes designed to help keep the perennially best-selling pickup competitive before its next, more comprehensive redesign. Along with the aforementioned new taillight design, the 2024 F-150 may also get a multi-function tailgate to help it better compete with the Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, and Ram 1500.
Aside from these exterior updates, the 2024 F-150 will also get a vertical infotainment screen, as Ford Authority reported last month, similar to the ones present in the next-generation Ford Ranger, Ford Edge, Ford F-150 Lightning, Ford Mustang Mach-E, and 2022 and up Ford Expedition.
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6.8 engine or BUST. 22″ Wheels or a bigger screen who cares, give me the 6.8 engine.
There’s not going to be a 6.8 in an F150. Consider it lucky if the 5.0 makes it to the end of the decade.
I’m a Ford guy , but the trucks are so dam ugly , dark paint, black wheels, no wow factor , no body side moldings , 5.0 V8 is a RPM reving old school heading out to pasture. The echo boost runs good, has great torque, but it sounds like it belongs in a toyota car.
Hell! The GM Trucks Take The Cake on UGLY!! The Ford’s and the Ram’s are way nicer Rigs by Far! Nothing wrong with the 5.0!
This just in…….. Orders for the 22″ wheel option on the upcoming 2024 F-150 will close tomorrow due to supply constraints. (sarcasm, but probably true….lol).
I count 6 spokes.
5 spokes? Really?
Those wheels would be a pain to clean!!
Get back to the 15″ wheel for the F150, 14″ for the Ranger, and 14″ for the Maverick and a bolt hole pattern that’s allow the use of the wire wheels like the mid ’60’s T-Bird used or for more children of the 1960’s who like the drilled to fit Cragar & American Classic Mag wheels. Also, you one heck’uva less likely to lose wheel weights on the crappy roads we drive on now filled with poorly filled “Pot Holes” that causes lost wheel weights that means money spent of on re-balancing … or having tires repaired, an worse replaced.
Is Ford going to bring back the kodiak brown color for the F 150 Lariat ?
I don’t understand the black wheels. They just look ugly and they all look the same. Boring
Look at that truck. It still has snow tires and crappy black steelies for winter on it. Oh, wait, let me get closer, closer, NO they are actually fancy new 22″ BLACK Aluminum wheels. Couldn’t tell the difference from more than 5 feet away. Hmmm!
I agree….we call them brake dust wheels….lol..
Those wheels look just ugly and do not look like a wheel you would want on your truck.
Stick to 17″ rims on the F150 and focus on making basic vehicles with popular options. Too much excitement over niche vehicles like the Raptor, etc. Put a non-turbo 3.3 V6 option in the Ranger. Not everyone wants a highstrung ecoboost. Use that money to get the supply chain back on these shores. Build it ourselves. Get a good supply of economical vehicles that regular families can actually afford to buy. The Maverick is a great idea but there’s not enough effort to actually have them on dealer’s lots. Most people can’t afford to pay a $1000 per month payment or are too smart to get suckered into paying that much in addition to their daily living expenses.
I’ve owned 10 Ford trucks over the decades. Probably always will but there seems to only be highly optioned vehicles and then a bigger selection of off-brand used vehicles on dealer lots. Hope it gets better. Fix that supplier issue and build vehicles in America with more American content. Farley…forget self driving cars and electric vehicles that don’t like cold winters. That’s my rant.
3.3L in the Ranger would be game changing now. All other mid sizers apart from Frontier will have turbo 4’s come soon. Don’t think people care about the American thing as much anymore, I see tonnes of HD Cummings Ram (way more than Ford or GM) and they are all made in Mexico. Their drivers perceive them to be all American.
as a former engineer who long ago worked in the group who developed the engine for the turbo diesel Ram, I’d be remiss not to note that there is no g in Cummins and that the engines for this truck are AFAIK all produced at Cummins main plant in Columbus, Indiana.
(You are right though, the HD Rams Are produced in Mexico.)
Haven’t you heard?
Last year Ford signed firm supply contracts with Global Foundries for chips, and Biden’s infrastructure investments mean a sizable part of semiconductor chip manufacturing is coming home.
So as those chips come on line, this will ease chip related production constraints.
Farley called a stop to the robot car investment in Argo started in 2017 by his predecessor’s predecessor, and took a 2.5b$ 3Q write off doing it, because he didn’t see that it was going to be capable in the near term and multiple 3rd party suppliers are developing this tech anyhow.
You’ve been seeing highly optioned vehicles because this is where the profit is, and at constrained volumes, producing high take rate vehicles helps keep the suppliers of that hardware and dealers alive.
As production recovers we’ll see more plumber’s and gardener’s specials.
I agree….i pay extra…not to get a ecoboost….i want simple non boosted engine….i had ecoboost …recall and problems….i usually keep my stuff a while….simpler the engine the better…one best engines i ever owned is the old 3.0 Ford Vulcan…