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2024 Ford F-150 Will Continue To Offer Heritage Edition

The Ford F-150 Heritage Edition debuted back in June of 2022 for the 2023 model year as a bit of a retro throwback to the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, when two-tone paint jobs on Blue Oval pickups were all the rage. The Heritage Edition was also created to help celebrate the company’s 120th anniversary, as well as 75 years of the F-Series in general. As such, it wasn’t immediately clear if this special treatment would continue to be offered in future model years, but now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the refreshed 2024 Ford F-150 will, in fact, continue to be available in Heritage Edition form.

2023 Ford F-150

The most notable feature present on the current Ford F-150 Heritage Edition model is its unique two-tone paint job, which is offered in an array of color combinations – Race Red and Carbonized Gray, Atlas Blue and Agate Black, Antimatter Blue and Carbonized Gray, Avalanche and Agate Black, and Area 51 with Agate Black.

Inside the cabin, the 2023 F-150 Heritage Edition features unique slate gray and black seat inserts, special embossing for the center console lid and windshield,  and a white “75 Years” logo, while the truck’s infotainment screen displays the same logo and animation upon startup. For the 2023 model year, the Heritage Edition is exclusively part of the XLT model range.

2023 Ford F-150

It’s unclear what sort of changes we can expect from the 2024 Ford F-150 Heritage Edition when compared to the current model, but the popular pickup is set to receive a host of updates, regardless. Those include revisions to the front and rear end styling, as well as new 22-inch wheels and an available modular front bumper, a possible backlit Ford badge in the front grille, and both horizontal and vertical infotainment screens in a revised layout that will somewhat emulate the all-new 2023 Ford Super Duty. The 2024 F-150 is set to debut at the upcoming 2023 Detroit Auto Show this September, as Ford Authority reported last week.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford F-150 Heritage Edition soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord F-150 news, and comprehensive 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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  1. Ken

    these colors they choose for the Hertiage F150 or so wrong where is the red and white, blue and white. No older F150 had these colors what year model used these color combinations.
    Would have been so much better with red and white, blue and white combinations.

    1. Flp

      I agree. The red/grey combination is not for me! Red/white or blue/white would recall the older trucks.

      1. masb1955

        Please don’t say “recall” in the same sentence as “Ford”. The King of recalls.

  2. Dan

    Bring the Heritage pack to the Lariat.

  3. steve

    everyone above is right on the money. the colors are so ugly. the super dutys have lost all two tone except king ranch, and if you order the chrome package the two tone gets deleted.
    Ram has done the same thing, except for ugly A@@ Brown metalic.
    GM has not had two tone in 20 years. GM’s new two tone in Black plastic on everything, to match the Kia’s and the Hundai’s.

  4. Dottie

    I am so disappointed and frustrated with the problem on my Ford Flex. $4000 for a water pump inside an engine. Ford does not care and the Lawsuit was dismissed by a political judge and none of them care about the owners. Some say foreign cars are throw outs. Well FORD makes throwouts as well. Have had Fords our entire driving lifetime. Is there any help from anyone on this expenses

    1. Outlook214

      Yep. An internal water pump….. There is not an engineer with a brain that could see that as a good idea. Chrysler had the same issues in the mid 90’s. Sadly, Ford does not care about you or I. I doubt GM or any other does either. The dealer service departments (around me) don’t want to fix anything, but will sell you a transmission flush, or expensive maintenance package all day long. I have 2020 and 2021 Ford’s that have been the two lowest quality Ford’s I have ever owned, and I have been pretty die-hard Blue Oval. Guess what my next truck won’t be??? Unless Ford gets off the woke wagon and gives some attention back to the ICE vehicles and accepts that the EV’s are ruining the company. Ford is a serious MESS!! It hurts me to say that, but truth is truth.

  5. James F150 2017 Owner 5.0L

    The F150 is overpriced by $25,000 to $30,000 on many models. Good luck selling them at those markups.

  6. FordCosworth

    I like one on the far right. That blue and grey look great

  7. Colin

    Imo it’s more of a current take on a 2 tone truck but it does not remind me of the 70s 80s and 90s 2 tone trucks al all and honestly I’m not very fond of any of the colorways above ….

  8. Outlook214

    There are several “Retro” wrapped 21+ F-150 trucks that look amazing. I am not sure how Ford could have screwed this up so bad. Do people see this paint scheme and say “I gotta have it!!?” Serious question right there. It is beyond hideous!!


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