We name it paint. It does harken again to the traditional vehicles of the late Nineteen Seventies and early Eighties. However, as particular editions go, it’s in any other case gentle on content material.
Ford hasn’t revealed pricing for the particular version. Manufacturing begins this fall.
The Heritage Version is available in 5 shade schemes with names that may have baffled clients debating between Carter and Reagan:
- Race Pink midsection, with higher and decrease Carbonized Grey
- Atlas Blue midsection, with higher and decrease Agate Black
- Antimatter Blue midsection, with higher and decrease Carbonized Grey
- Avalanche midsection, with higher and decrease Agate Black
- Space 51 midsection, with higher and decrease Agate Black
“Avalanche” is a shiny gentle grey, and “Space 51” is a dusty medium blue. We needed to look them up, too.
The Heritage Version relies on the mid-level XLT trim. Its material seats get distinctive inserts. The middle console lid wears a Heritage Version badge, which additionally seems on the high of the windshield.
Pricing for the Heritage Version Ford F-150 vehicles might be introduced in mid-July, with manufacturing beginning this fall.