2021 Ford F-750

The toughest vehicle under the blue oval badge is a genuine Class 7 heavy truck, despite it has a lot in common with the slightly smaller F-650. Just like the smaller sibling, it has been around for some time and we are about to see changes in the next year. We will see new engine options in the offer, while novelties in other aspects are expected as well. We could even see some slight cosmetical changes, while novelties in terms of new tech features seem like a certain thing. Therefore, we could see the 2021 Ford F-750 a little bit earlier than usual.


  • Great towing capabilities
  • Efficient engines
  • Nice-looking and comfortable cabin
  • Lots of standard equipment


  • Price jumps fast
  • Some rivals can haul more


Comfort & Quality:4
Critics Rating:3



When it comes to the exterior design, there is no doubt that the 2021 Ford F-750 will continue in the same way. The current generation has been around for just a couple of years and if we consider usually longevity of production cycles in this segment, the current mechanical setup should remain untouched for a long time.

On the other side, the recent redesign hasn’t brought too many changes, so there is a big chance to see a couple of revisions on the front end. Some reports are suggesting things like revised headlights, new grille and similar things. More details should be known soon.


2021 Ford F-750 Interior

Despite we are talking about a heavy truck, the interior is pretty much the same as in the medium-duty F-650. Therefore, you may count on a pretty nice overall interior quality and a decent level of comfort. So, the overall cabin will remain pretty much the same.

On the other side, we count on novelties in terms of new features. This particularly refers to driver aids and other advanced safety systems. Also, we wouldn’t be surprised if we see some novelties in terms of tech features as well.


2021-Ford-F-750 Engine

This is the aspect where we expect to see biggest changes for the next year. Instead of the current 6.8-liter V10 engine, we are about to see a new 7.3-liter V8, which has been recently introduced in Super Duty models. Of course, we count on a little bit lowered output in this case.

On the other side, a well-known 6.7-liter Power Stroke will carry on in the same way. We count on three versions, with power outputs between 270 and 330 horsepower. Both engines come with a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

2021 Ford F-750 Release Date and Price

We expect to see 2021 Ford F-750 in the second half of the next year. Base models should go around $60,000.

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