All new F-150
The all-new 2015 F-150 is a giant leap forward in truck technology. Why are we introducing it now?
Because now and in the coming years, your truck will have to be stronger, more productive and more efficient, because the jobs keep getting harder and gas prices are rising. So we turned to high-strength, military-grade,* aluminum alloy for our body and bed. We developed new technologies. We rethought conventional assumptions and charted the future of tough. As always, we did what was right, not what was easy. Which is why the all-new F-150 is designed to deliver more towing and hauling capability than the previous generation. That’s real-world capability. That’s why we own work.
Our military-grade,* aluminum alloy has earned the Built Ford Tough® badge.
The F-150's legendary ability to work still depends on a steel backbone.
From its fully boxed, high-strength-steel frame to the use of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloys* in its body and bed, this F-150 takes tough to a whole new level. Weighing in as much as 700 lbs. less than its predecessor helps make this truck a whole lot more capable and more effective too. Plus, it accelerates, brakes and resists corrosion like never before. In addition, we standardized the chemistry of the aluminum alloy used in construction of the 2015 F-150 body and bed to facilitate recycling. Our aluminum scrap can be reclaimed and sent back into the manufacturing process to minimize waste.
Our new, fully-boxed high-strength steel frame is stronger and more rigid than ever with eight cross sections. Many steel components of the 2015 F-150 are designed to enable using a roll-forming process that minimizes weight and maintains strength.
Aluminum + Steel
All New 2.7L EcoBoost
Inside Ford Testing
We subjected the earliest prototypes to bashing terrain, temperature swings from 20 below to 120 above, and climates thick with salt.
Over 10 million cumulative miles before the first truck even rolls off the line. Now we’re doing the same to production prototypes. And you get to watch. You’re about to see testing, a glimpse behind the curtain like you’ve never seen before.
36 Hours in the Desert
Max Tow. 6% Grade. Repeat.
Big Stones Needed
The F-150 badge isn’t just given. It has to be earned.
Ford engineers put the new 2015
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The numbers are in: 325 horsepower. 375 lb.-ft. of torque. Max payload 2,250 lbs. and 8,500-lb. max towing.†...
The numbers are in: 325 horsepower. 375 lb.-ft. of torque. Max payload 2,250 lbs. and 8,500-lb. max towing.† Like its predecessor, the 3.5L EcoBoost, this second-generation 2.7L EcoBoost dynamo achieves great low-end torque and capability combined with efficiency, bringing EcoBoost technology to a new level. The compacted graphite iron block is extremely strong. It’s the same material we use in the engine block of our 6.7L Power Stroke® diesel. Auto Start-Stop technology, a variable-displacement oil pump, and new stronger yet lighter connecting rods are just a few of the innovations that make our newest EcoBoost engine efficient and powerful enough for your work site.
NEW STANDARD V6
MORE TOWINGIt delivers 282 horsepower and
2015 BEST IN CLASS
2015 BEST IN CLASS
It’s larger and more convenient with tabs that make navigation between screens easy. It’s command central for your truck, right in front of you.
You can choose the screens you use the most often (up to seven) and put them into one consolidated view for greater convenience.
Check trip mileage and fuel usage for expense reports and taxes. Track recent fuel economy to check current engine performance.
How much life is left in your oil? Transmission temperature? Total engine hours? These screens just seem to know everything.
Everything from settings for your trailer brake controller to current grade to 10 different trailer profiles is at your fingertips.
Check the truck’s off-road pitch, roll and differential.
Turn features on or off, such as auto high-beam, fine-tune collision warning sensitivity, adjust interior lighting and more.
This vast, optional moonroof extends over the rear seats. The front panel can slide open or tilt up at the touch of a button on the overhead console.
The 60 percent side of the 60/40 rear seat folds to reveal a storage bin. A pull-out bin is beneath the middle front seat of the 40/20/40 configuration.
Available on SuperCrew® and SuperCab models with 40/20/40 seating configurations and with a variety of power control options.
These available 110V/400W outlets in the cab deliver loads of power for charging tools and battery chargers.
The all-new F-150 is designed to deliver more towing and hauling capability than the previous generation and the technology to do it with confidence.
This available four-camera system lets you to see all four sides of the truck.
Available, segment-first LED spotlights in the mirrors let you illuminate the task at hand from just about any angle long after the sun has set.
The future of tough is here with high-strength, military-grade,* aluminum alloy & high-strength steel to make this truck stronger than previous F-150 trucks. Want even more technology? The available 360° four-camera system gives you a bird’s-eye view of the truck and surrounding area.
You asked. We answered. We pulled in the top questions from all around the Web and this is where we’ve given you the answers.
Check out the exterior 360 - designed and built to own work.
*6000-series aluminum alloy.
**Included on SuperCab and SuperCrew models, not available on Regular Cab or XL trim level.
†When properly equipped. Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR.