Ford’s F-Series lineup are offering everything from the light-duty F-150 all the way up to medium-duty F-750 model. It is perhaps the most popular lineup of trucks in the world. The 2020 Ford F-750 is anticipated model for many reasons. This medium-duty truck will get plenty of updates. Both the diesel and gasoline variants are available. The gasoline engine is brand-new and it will be standard.
Whatsoever, new engine replaces the previous V10 powertrain. Exterior will look even more modern and interior will remain comfortable and practical. This model is a commercial vehicle. However, that didn’t stop Ford to focus on the satisfying level of luxury and pleasant ride. On top of that, the new model will get more safety equipment.
New Ford F-750 Exterior Facelift
When it comes to medium-duty trucks, the design is not in the focus. However, Blue Oval manufacturer paid special attention to the visual upgrades. As a result, the 2020 Ford F-750 will look much better than its predecessor. Of course, performance is still in the primary focus. However, we like the latest exterior updates. The facelift includes new styling cues and new features.
Some cues are borrowed from Ford’s E-Series vans. Old features are enlarged. The hood is longer now and headlights are larger than before. On top of that, bumpers are looking more upscale now. Generally, new F-750 looks sharper and more modern. Chassis cab configuration is available once again, the most popular body style among the customers.
Interior Is More Comfortable
Forget about the luxury from the inside. This is a commercial model made to get the job done. However, we must give credits to the Blue Oval’s designers. The 2020 Ford F-750 will look more upscale now. The interior offers better comfort and generally, the cabin looks and feels more pleasant. Base vinyl seats will remain, but the seats are now more supportive.
If you want more luxury, all of the features are optional. That includes leather upholstery, additional chrome accents, and larger displays. The infotainment system is updated. Ford’s SYNC3 system is one of the best systems in the segment, if not the best. The instrument panel is also getting an upgrade. The steering column is brand-new. On the other hand, the steering wheel and instrument cluster will largely remain.
Base F-750 model comes with AM/FM radio, Bluetooth and USB ports. The new model will get more safety equipment. A Co-Pilot 360 system is now available. Moreover, Blue Oval now offers auto headlights, traction control, and hill start assist. Lane departure warning, electronic stability control, and adaptive cruise control are still optional.
New Gasoline Powertrain
Under the hood, the upcoming 2020 Ford F-750 offers both diesel and gasoline engine options. This is perhaps the strongest point of the arriving medium-duty truck. Thanks to that, Blue Oval puts its F-750 model above the rest of the competition. The same engine lineup will be available in the F-650 model.
A 7.3-liter gasoline engine is new and it produces 330 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. Optional 6.7-liter V8 is a familiar engine. This diesel powertrain is producing 330 hp and 725 lb-ft of torque. Both powertrains will use a 6-speed automatic transmission.
You can choose between the two different variants. The forthcoming 2020 Ford F-750 offers a Straight Frame and Tractor versions. Both variants are also offering gasoline and diesel units. Straight Frame gasoline model can tow up to 33,000 pounds. Straight Frame diesel is good for 37,000 pounds.
If you opt for the more expensive Tractor variant you have diesel option only. F-750 Tractor also tows 37,000 pounds. Tractor model is more expensive because it offers better towing capacity without additional equipment. The figures we just wrote are actually maximum towing capacity numbers.
2020 Ford F-750 Price and Release Date
As you can see, the 2020 Ford F-750 will remain practical, customizable and powerful. There will be numerous trim levels. Both diesel and gasoline variants are available. The base F-750 model starts at $60,000.
Straight Frame model is priced at $67,000 and $70,000 if you want diesel powertrain. F-750 Tractor is available for $73,000. The arriving medium-duty truck will hit the dealerships this fall.