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2021 Ford F-150 By The Numbers

The key numbers that tell the story of the truck that continues to lead its segment not year after year, but decade after decade: the F-150
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Know these numbers:

43: The number of years the Ford F-150 has been the best selling vehicle in the U.S.

1948: “Since 1948 our hardworking F-Series customers have trusted Ford to help them get the job done.” Jim Farley, Ford COO.


F-150 Limited. (Images: Ford)

100: Percentage of F-150s assembled in the U.S.

2: Number of plants where the F-150 is built: Dearborn Truck Plant, Dearborn, Michigan; Kansas City Assembly Plant, Claycomo, Missouri.

6: There are six trim levels: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited

6: There are six engines: 3.3-liter V6, 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, 5.0-liter V8, 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel V6, and 3.5-liter PowerBoost hybrid V6.

3: Number of cab styles: regular (seats 3), SuperCab (seats 5, 6), SuperCrew (seats 5, 6).

3: Number of boxes: 5.5-ft (52.8 cu. ft. volume); 6.5-ft (62.3 cu. ft.); 8-ft (77.4 cu. ft. volume)

Work Surface

Work on the inside.

4: Wheel sizes: 17, 18, 20 and 22-inch.

4: SYNC 4 hands-free entertainment and vehicle information system is being used. This is the all-new execution of the hands-free system that Ford has had on offer for more than 10 years. It has two times the compute power of SYNC 3. Offers real-time mapping and wireless connection to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

12: Size, in inches, of the center screen available on the XLT high series and above. For XL and XLT standard and mid-series models the touch-screen size is 8 inches.

12: Size, in inches, of an available digital gauge cluster. It includes graphics and animations informative of the truck’s selectable drive modes, turn-by-turn navigation and off-roading data.

911: Ford is providing complimentary access to 911 Assist, which automatically connects to emergency responders in the event of an accident.

360: The F-150 features Ford Co-Pilot360 2.0, which provides a variety of vehicle safety systems. There are 10 new driver-assist features.


A hybrid that can tow.

100,000: Number of miles of divided highways—in all 50 states and Canada—that the available Active Drive Assist (hands-free driving capability) system can operate on.

8 and 18: Number of speakers available on the B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen (the 8), which is available on the XLT and higher and the B&O Unleashed system (18, including speakers in the headliner and front headrests) available on Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum, and standard on Limited.

3.5: Displacement of the V6 EcoBoost engine that is part of the PowerBoost full hybrid system. The hybrid system has a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission that includes an integrated 35-kW electric motor. There is a 1.5-kWh lithium-ion battery. The hybrid (available on trims from XL to Limited) is expected to have a range of 700 miles on a single tank of gas. Can tow “at least” 12,000 pounds.


Power where you need it.

15: Size, in inches, of a laptop that can be accommodated on the optional Interior Work Surface. This optional work area is achieved by having the console shifter fold flat.

180 (nearly): Max Recline Seats fold nearly flat. The bottom cushion raises to meet the back cushion. The upper back support rotates 10°.

11: There are 11 grille options.

2.0/2.4/7.2: Number of kilowatts generated with the available Pro Power Onboard system. It is an on-board generator. The 2.0 kW is available with the 2.7-liter EcoBoost, 5.0-liter V8 and 3.5-liter EcoBoost. There are dual 120-V 20-A outlets in the bed. The 2.4-kW package is standard on the PowerBoost hybrid. It has the same number of outlets as the 2.0-kW. The 7.2-kW version is optional on the PowerBoost. This brings four 120-V 20-A outlets and one NEMA L6-20 240-V 30-A outlet. The 2.0 could be used for tailgating (600 W for the electric heater, 400 W each for the TV, speakers and mini-fridge, and 200 W for a blender). The 2.4 kW system could be used for cement/masonry (1,800 W for a jackhammer and 500 W for a compact concrete mixer). The 7.2 kW could be used for framing a house (1,800 W for a 12-inch compound miter saw, 1,000 for a circular saw, 1,200 for a gang battery charger, 1,200 for a hammer drill, 1,000 for a ½-hp air compressor, and 800 W for area flood lights).