Following months of anticipation, prototype sightings, and leaked details, the refreshed 2024 Ford F-150 officially made its debut tonight at the Detroit Auto Show, and there’s certainly a lot to take in. However, while the Raptor and Raptor R get a lot of attention these days, the 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor has received a host of updates for the new model year, too, sporting a newly available modular front bumper and grille, as Ford Authority previously reported, which were present on a prototype spotted back in July.
As was previously the case, the 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor represents a step above the FX4 Off-Road Package and below the more hardcore Raptor, albeit with enhanced off-road capability. Among the many changes present on the 2024 F-150 Tremor, customers can choose to outfit the pickup with the aforementioned, newly optional modular front bumper, which is finished in Tarnished Dark Anodized and Carbon Black and facilitates the installation of accessories such as a light bar, brush guard, and a Warn 12,000-pound winch.
Aside from that new feature, the entire front clip of the 2024 Ford F-150 Tremor is unique – including all body panels from the side mirrors forward – giving it a distinctive style all its own. That includes a coast-to-coast grille with Tremor Active Orange Accents. Additional unique styling features present on the new F-150 Tremor include a box side decal, unique running boards, and interior touches such as accent stitching, decorative finishes, and floor mats.
2024 Ford F-150 Tremor buyers can also opt for the newly available Pro Access Tailgate, a multifunction unit of sorts that features a swing gate with built-in stops that can open up 37, 70, or 100 degrees, making it easier to reach items in the bed, even when towing a trailer – allowing for 19 inches of additional reach, in fact.
The 2024 Ford F-150 is slated to launch in early 2024, with order banks set to open up tomorrow, the afternoon of September 13th. The automaker notes that it has simplified the ordering process by reducing complexity by 90 percent, while making features such as the extended range fuel tank and Class IV trailer hitch standard across the lineup.