2021 Ford F150 Hybrid

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The Ford F150 has stood the test of time as a symbol of brute strength and extraordinary capability since debuting over a quarter-century ago. This iconic pickup has popped up on every heavy-duty construction site, moving day, and football commercial break you can ever remember, and with good reason. Now, the next evolution of the highest standard among pickup trucks is here.

Get ready to put some words together you never thought you'd read: Ford F150 Hybrid

That's right! All the superior brawn you expect from the gold medalist in powerful pickups but powered by a twin-turbocharged V-6 engine & an electric motor integrated with 10-speed automatic transmission. Enjoy up to 430 horsepower and 570 pounds-feet of torque1, staggering figures that dwarf diesel fuel's dwindling, more harmful output. It looks, feels, drives, and hauls like an F-150 because it is an F-150... hybrid.

Ask The Experts

Each year, Kelley Blue Book names the vehicles they'd recommend most to drivers all across America in their Best Buy Award announcement. The Ford F-150 is the only vehicle to have won a KBB Best Buy Award annually in its seven-year history. This year's Ford F150 Hybrid received praise for packing impressive tech features, including a mobile generator system, into durable pickup that still performs in all the ways you need it to. Kelley Blue Book noticed that while some trucks had impressive torque figures and others had vital features we often see standard in cars, most models failed to combine the two correctly. The F150, which comes with either a 5.5' or 6.5' sized truck bed, is no stranger to change. Perhaps that's why it's been able to adapt and rise above other pickup trucks as some of the world's priorities for trucks become different, while the need to haul heavy objects remains as urgent as ever.

Though this year's F-150 is many evolutions away from the model that debuted in 1973, the hard workers of today can depend on it just like the Ford tough trucks of yesteryear. The F-150 brings premium performance to the table, just as it has every decade. But, this time it's working smarter, not harder. Rest your responsibilities on the wide shoulders of the 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid. The experts are confident in this hybrid hauler, you should be too.

Which F-150 Fits You?

Each Ford F150 Hybrid trim can be equipped with the new 3.5L Powerboost™ Full Hybrid V6 Engine.

  • 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid XL
  • 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid XLT
  • 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid Lariat
  • 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid King Ranch®
  • 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid Platinum
  • 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid Limited

It is unclear if the Powerboost™ engine will be available on the upcoming Ford Raptor.

If you're a facts and figures type of person when it comes to power, you've come to the right place.

The Ford F150 Hybrid can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.4 seconds, which is especially helpful for merging into thick traffic at high speeds or getting over a lane safely just in the knick of time. It's not just burst speeds though, the Ford F150 Hybrid can fly up to a quarter-mile in under fourteen seconds as well. This dog, with 430 horsepower bursting from underneath its sturdy frame, has plenty of bite behind its bark.

Fuel Efficiency At Its Finest

While the non-hybrid F150 V6 comes up on the shorter side, remarkable consistency across the board shines through in the Ford F150 Hybrid. Having a more fuel-efficient truck means more gets done on just one tank and you can spend more time checking tasks off your lists than at the pump. Free yourself from the never-ending pull of the pump, perpetually depleting both your car's power supply and your wallet. Driving a 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid cuts down on the harmful emissions produced in order to move our cars forward, and therefore, gets us closer to a more carbon-neutral future. Not to mention, there are a multitude of tax benefits and other perks available for hybrid owners (based on your state). State governments are already gearing up for a future powered by something other than fossil fuels.

To get the most out of your car while also producing a lesser amount of air pollution, go forth with the hybrid pickup meant for hauling.

Gas-powered V6 engine in the Ford F-150: 18 EPA-estimated city miles per gallon, 24 EPA-estimated highway miles per gallon, and 20 EPA-estimated miles per gallon combined3.

3.5L Powerboost™ Full Hybrid V6 Engine: EPA-estimated 24 miles per gallon in the city, on the highway, and combined3.

It's A Nice Show, But Can The Ford F-150 Hybrid Tow?

The available hybrid engine has a maximum payload rating of 2,120 pounds, and can tow a maximum of 12,700 pounds, when properly equipped4.

Without the available tow package, you can expect a towing capacity of up to 11,000 pounds. Towing capacity increases for the hybrid models at the following levels4:

  • 12,400 pounds - Hybrid 4x4 - with advance tow package
  • 12,700 pounds - Hybrid 4x2 - with advance tow package

Color Your Hybrid Truck

It'd sure be a disaster if the brilliant team of Ford engineers came up with such an excellent evolution in pickup trucks, only for the big bad boss to come out in just a few colors. Fortunately for you, this is merely an alternate existence. Here in real life, a full pallet of colors are available both inside and out for interior and exterior customizations to help release your inner artist.

Standard interior options are Black Sport Cloth, Medium Dark Slate Vinyl, and Medium Dark Slate Cloth. Leather seating is standard on the Lariat, King Ranch®, Platinum & Limited trims.

Paint the outside of your Ford F150 Hybrid in several eye-catching colors that announce your arrival in style. Choose from vivid finishes like Race Red, Velocity Blue, Iconic Silver, and Antimatter Blue. You can bring class to the forefront in Agate Black, Stone Gray, Lead Foot, Space White, Carbonized Gray, and Oxford White. No matter which exterior color you choose, your F-150 will exude heavy-duty brilliance that's ready to get down to business.

What's Inside the F-150?

Bring along up to six inside the cabin and enjoy more than sufficient legroom and headroom for all. Seating material varies between cloth, vinyl, or leather depending on your preferred trim and available materials. The seats in the rear fold up for adjustable storage and a flip-up bench with an elongated cushion is available.

Once you've decided which handful of passengers is headed out with you, tap into elite driver-assistance features like Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, easily accessible measurements for fuel, oil, pressure, transmission temperature, speedometer, odometer, and more.

Depending on the trim, an 8" or 12" Infotainment & Tech Center-Stack touchscreen controls all of your various entertainment options throughout the cabin. Connect the display to your smartphone through Apple CarPlay & Android Auto & SYNC® 4, and take advantage of modern advances like FordPass™ Connect with 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot and Bluetooth capability. Never let your attention stray from the road again, just to cue up a new podcast episode, change the radio station, or switch the directions to an alternate route with smartphone integration. Your Ford F150 Hybrid stays seamlessly connected, so you can keep your focus on the road and stay protected.

Reading Up On the Rival Truck

The 2021 RAM 1500 eTorque is RAM’s barely-similar, "mild hybrid system." Though it is built somewhat differently under the hood than many of your more traditional pickup trucks of the past, this is not a comparable hybrid truck. You'll get an impressive gas towing capacity of up to 12,750 pounds, but there is no hybrid system at work to attain that number. This means the Ford F-150 Hybrid stands virtually alone in the heavy-duty pickup truck hybrid variant category.

Safety From All Angles

Ford project engineers know that Ford drivers find themselves in all kinds of situations as they take care of their daily responsibilities. Whether you're running a coordinated construction project that spans several blocks, need help squeezing into that last spot against the curb, or are concerned about the area where you're parking your car, driver and passenger assistance features can help you take a breath and know that everything is going to be just fine.

You can use the 360-degree rear-view camera to see every inch of your car as you slide into the spot that just opened. The SecuriLock® Passive Anti-Theft System makes sure whatever you leave in your car is there when you get back. If the worst-case scenario happens while driving, you can trust the SOS Post-Crash Alert System™ to send help to your location immediately, after AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC®) and a meticulously placed suite of airbags has been employed to lessen impact.

Control Around Every Curve

We've mentioned how much power this truck has and where that truck comes from, but that power is no good if you can't harness it, right? Four-wheel, anti-lock brakes keep your entire car from slipping in wet conditions, and a tire pressure monitoring system ensures you know the health and status of your four tires at all times.

Inside the cabin, three-point manual lap and shoulder seat belts with height adjusters, pretensioners, and energy management reducers keep you safe. On the outside, front positions tie down your most precious cargo. Secure your passengers in any of the five seats they choose, any spot is a good spot.

Know Your Warranty Up Front

Each Ford F150 Hybrid comes with a comprehensive warranty agreement, as shown below. Make sure to take note of the hybrid engine’s coverage in particular:

  • Bumper to Bumper - Three years/36,000 miles
  • Powertrain - Five years/60,000 miles
  • Safety Restrain System - Five years/60,000 miles
  • Corrosion (Perforation Only) - Five years/Unlimited miles
  • Diesel Engine - Five years, 100,000 miles
  • Hybrid/Electric Unique Component - Eight years. 100,000 miles

Frequently Asked Questions

The Ford F-150 Hybrid is an available powertrain that adds to existing trims and is only available on SuperCrew® configurations. Price will vary with the trim selected, taxes, fees, and other factors.

The specific maximum towing capacity for a Ford F-150 Hybrid will vary by configuration, optional equipment, and other factors. That said, it comes with awe-inspiring capabilities and offers a maximum towing capacity of up to 12,700 pounds2 when properly equipped. That’s just shy of the maximum towing capacity of up to 13,000 pounds2 that 2021 Ford F-150 models with a 5.0-liter V-8 engine offer when properly equipped.

Hybrid tax credits will vary by state. That said, federal tax credits for hybrid vehicles are limited to plug-in hybrid vehicles. The Ford F-150 Hybrid is not a plug-in hybrid vehicle and charges with integrated systems like regenerative braking. For the time being, this means that no federal tax credits are available for the 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid.

Too Good To Be True?

The 2021 Ford F150 Hybrid owes its gargantuan girth and precise power to a long lineage of award-winning pickup trucks. Few models have attained such a status in American folklore, but everyday drivers have turned again and again to one truck above all else. Now, in 2021, the F150 has evolved to bring all the brawn you expect through a power source you wouldn't. We're sure you've taken a ride in an F150 or at the very least, seen a couple of them at a construction site, helping to build a new office or an on-campus student center. But after just one drive of this F150, powered by a hybrid Powerboost™ engine, you won't want an assist from any other truck. Getting the job done doesn't have to start and stop at the gas station anymore. Take advantage of an innovative time in automotive design and take the wheel of the Ford F150 Hybrid. We know you'll never look back.

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