Over the past few months, Ford Authority has spotted a large number of 2024 Ford F-150 pickups out driving around – many of them sans any kind of camouflage. Thus far, that list includes the base XL trim, Tremor, Lariat, Platinum, Raptor, and Raptor R, to name just a few, giving us a pretty good idea of what to expect from the forthcoming refreshed pickup. However, to this point, it’s been unclear as to when the 2024 Ford F-150 might make its official debut, though we now know that this will happen at the 2024 Detroit Auto Show – a piece of news that comes from CEO Jim Farley himself, according to Automotive News.
During the automaker’s Q2 earnings call last night, Farley confirmed that the 2024 Ford F-150 will indeed make its debut at the upcoming 2023 Detroit Auto Show – which takes place this September – along with “a new hybrid variant,” according to the Blue Oval CEO. As Ford Authority reported earlier this week, Ford will debut two new models at the forthcoming event, which is also known as the North American International Auto Show.
The 2024 Ford F-150 will bring forth a number of changes to the popular model, including new headlights and taillights and a revised front grille, while the refreshed pickup will also offer new 22-inch wheels and an available modular front bumper, as well as a possible backlit Ford badge in the front grille, as Ford Authority reported earlier this week.
Inside the cabin, we’ve come across both horizontal and vertical infotainment screens in a revised layout that will somewhat emulate the all-new 2023 Ford Super Duty, too, and those changes could be joined by debut of the long-rumored Google-based infotainment system rather than the typical Sync-based software, though that detail remains unclear at this time.