The Ford F-150 Tremor debuted for the 2021 model year as a full-fledged trim level – not a package, as is the case with other Tremor models – that offers customers another choice in terms of an off-road capable vehicle. However, with a refresh coming for the perennially best-selling pickup for the 2024 model year, it also figures to receive some updates. Thus far, Ford Authority has spotted a host of 2024 F-150 prototypes including a Rattler, as well as several Raptor and Raptor R models, which will feature a revised grille design that we’ve seen on numerous occasions to date, including one prototype that was completely devoid of camo. Ford Authority also spotted a 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor prototype back in May, though it was covered in heavy camo. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor will follow its stable mates and debut with a new front grille and bumper design.
The 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor will indeed follow the rest of the F-150 lineup in terms of getting a revised front grille, though it isn’t reportedly a major departure from the one present on the current model. It still retains a horizontal strip on both sides of the Blue Oval badge, but now features both top and bottom sections on the refreshed model. It also seems as if the new front grille will have a black-painted border on all sides, too.
As for the Tremor’s headlight design, it seems to be new as well, and a lot like the units that are present on the Raptor and Raptor R prototypes spotted thus far, though it could be available on other trims as well. There’s no signature lighting on the sides of the bumper, but rather, through the middle of the lights, which visually connects that element with a new horizontal strip. The bumper also features some sort of air damn in front of each tire, presumably for improving aerodynamics and fuel economy. Finally, underneath, the 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor will feature a revised skid plate design, too.
Speaking of the 2024 Ford F-150, the best-selling pickup is set to receive a host of changes including a possible multi-function tailgate, new 22-inch wheels, and some interior/tech upgrades such as what appear to be both vertical and horizontal infotainment screens. As Ford Authority exclusively reported recently, The Blue Oval is also working on tuned versions of its trucks with third party parts makers that will further expand its specialty vehicle lineup, too.