The 2024 Ford F-150 is set to bring forth a refresh and a number of notable changes for the perennially best-selling pickup, both inside and out. Thus far, Ford Authority has outlined many of these changes while also spotting a host of different 2024 Ford F-150 trims and variants out and about, including the base XL trim, Tremor, Lariat, Platinum, Raptor, and Raptor R, to name just a few. As Ford Authority reported last week, the 2024 Ford F-150 STX Package is also set to gain some new features, and now, we have photos of the revised offering to show precisely what those updates look like.
Here, we get a good look at the revised 2024 Ford F-150 STX Package, which is getting some new features in the form of an accent color located on the front quarter panel insert, while the STX badge within this part of the truck has its “X” spelled out in that same accent color, too. Additionally, this pickup is sporting a new wheel design, while the STX badge/sticker/logo on the bed side has been replaced by a 4×4 badge on models equipped with this particular package, such as this one.
Currently the STX Package is only available on XL-trimmed F-150 pickups, and adds a host of sporty features to that entry-level model for a cost of $2,585. On the outside, the package adds 18-inch six-spoke machined aluminum wheels with black-painted pockets, body-color bumpers, a box-side decal (except for FX4-equipped models), an electronic rear window defroster, a molded-in color black honeycomb grille with a black surround, and privacy glass. Inside the cabin, the STX Package also includes manual driver and passenger side lumbar support, Sync 4, and unique black cloth sport seats with a steering column-mounted shifter.
Aside from this change, there are a number of notable updates on the way for the refreshed and simplified 2024 Ford F-150, as Ford Authority has reported over the past several months. In addition to new headlights and taillights and a revised front grille, that list includes new 22-inch wheels and an available modular front bumper, as well as a possible backlit Ford badge in the front grille, a potential multi-function tailgate, and hood lettering for the Platinum trim, while the Heritage Edition will stick around for at least one more year, too.
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, and those changes could be joined by debut of the long-rumored Google-based infotainment system. As Ford Authority reported last week, the 2024 Ford F-150 will make its official debut at the 2023 Detroit Auto Show in September, and it will also be joined by a new hybrid variant at the same event.