The All-New 2015 Ford F-150

ALUMINUM ALLOY

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.


HIGH-STRENGTH STEEL

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.




THE NEXT GENERATION OF ECOBOOST

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 PowerStroke 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 or, for that matter, even the Baja 1000.

Check out how the all-new 2.7L EcoBoost engine conquered the Baja 1000.

Technology That Works

TOWING
MADE EASIER

Available Dynamic Hitch Assist helps you guide your ball right to the trailer’s receiver. Our standard trailer sway control helps keep whatever you’re towing behind you where it belongs. And our optional trailer brake controller helps ensure the truck’s brakes and the trailer’s brakes are working as a team.

360°
CAMERA SYSTEM

This available four-camera system lets you to see all four sides of the truck, stitches the images together and displays them on a center stack screen for a bird’s-eye view of the truck and surrounding area. It’s great for maneuvering in tight parking spaces, job sites and trails.

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