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Old 03-12-2019, 03:58 PM
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I could be in the market from my 2016 2.7if there were something semi-exciting in the wings. Anybody hear anything with some validity? Don't they have a 3.0 Eco boost developed now? Could it find it's way into the f150? Interior refresh?
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I can say with pretty much entire confidence that we will not see much, if any changes for the 2020MY. 2021 is supposedly when we will be moving on to gen 14.
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There are internet rumors of a V8 powered Raptor for mid-2020 or 21
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There was a thread on this and a guy who worked for Ford said its 2021 for the new one. He said its not going to be completely new like the 14 to 15 f150 though
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There are internet rumors of a V8 powered Raptor for mid-2020 or 21
Guy that works for Ford said there has been to much development that has gone into the Ecoboost engines for them to put a V8 in them anymore. Sorry
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There are internet rumors of a V8 powered Raptor for mid-2020 or 21
Pretty sure there were also v8 Raptor rumors for 2018 and 2019
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Possibly an independent rear suspension option in place of the solid axle. Hopefully they put it as an option on a higher trim truck that won't tow much. Would be a shame to have an HDPP truck with an IRS!!!

http://fordauthority.com/2019/03/for...ar-suspension/
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Possible hybrid F150:


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Possible hybrid F150:

I'm pretty sure that's one of the Rivian test-mules using an F-150 body shell.

See: http://www.thedrive.com/news/26691/r...50s-in-detroit
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Ford has a patent on a new bed video system.

http://www.thedrive.com/news/26841/f...flix-and-chill

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