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FORD F-150 Super Crew Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 7
First production year: 2001
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel, Hybrid gasoline
Body style: Truck
 

2020 - Present

Ford seems like it locked a hard off-road team and asked them to do a professional all-terrain pickup truck smart enough to be driven by newbies on expert trails. Most of the off-road fans are customizing their trucks. Nobody wants to tackle a challenging trail with a showroom condition pickup-truck. Changing the tires is just for starters, but soon follows the suspension, skid plates, transmission, and so on. Ford engineers asked themselves if they cannot do that right from the start and do it better. So they took an F150 and upgraded it, and named it F150 Tremor. The exterior looked ...

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gasoline engines:

  FORD F-150 Tremor 3.5L V6 EcoBoost 10 AT AWD (450 HP) (

 

2020 - Present

The F150 was the most sold nameplate in the world since its introduction in 1948. In 2020, Ford introduced the 14th generation of the well-known pickup. The world pandemic situation from 2020 forced the carmaker to launch one of its most essential products in an online event, even though it usually did major events with customers, buyers, media, and dealers. But the car raised the standards of what a vehicle of its type could be. The exterior look might resemble the older generation, but it was completely new, with military-grade aluminum body panels. A new grille with wide slats was i...

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gasoline engines:

  FORD F-150 2.7L EcoBoost V6 10AT

  FORD F-150 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 FFV 10AT

  FORD F-150 3.5L EcoBoost V6 10AT

  FORD F-150 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 10AT

diesel engines:

  FORD F-150 3.0L Power Stroke V6 10AT

 

2018 - 2020

Three years after introducing a new generation of the F150, Ford unveiled a new version in 2018 with smarter safety solutions that complemented the tough construction. Ford F150 was the most sold nameplate in the world for more than 70 years. The American car-maker tried hard to stay ahead of its game and brought new challenges for its competitors. The 2018 F150 Super Crew was another example of how Ford could build a strong vehicle and make it even tougher. In order to build a lighter vehicle, Ford changed the steel body panels with aluminum ones. But to make them stronger, it used mi...

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2014 - 2018

The best selling vehicle in the U.S., after 34 years in a row is the Ford F150. In the half-ton pickup, the F-150 is the all-around vehicle, from the hard-working truck to the car for a date. The secret of the F-150's success is Ford's refusal to rest on its glory. In 2011, the company refreshed the F150's engine and transmission to include a twin-turbocharged V6. The half-ton truck received more improvements in interior comfort and off-road ability. For instance, the rear axle received a locking differential instead of the limited-slip type as it was used before. A new fea...

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2009 - 2013

Ford introduced the twelfth generation of the F-150 pickup in 2008 as a 2009 model-year in 35 versions, and the SuperCrew was the most family-oriented of them all. Despite the plunging economy during the world financial crisis, Ford pushed harder and launched a completely new model of its best-selling product, the F-150. While the SingleCab was the plain work truck, the SuperCrew was at the other end of the scale. At the front, it shared the same front fascia as the rest of the range, sporting either a three-slat chromed grille or a more stylish one with a mesh design, depending on the tr...

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2004 - 2008

Ford introduced the eleventh generation of the F-150 in 2004, and the Super Crew cab version was the one that transformed the workhorse pickup into a great family vehicle. With a reputation to defend and considerable experience on the market, Ford considered that updating an old vehicle was not enough anymore. It had to come with something completely new, and that was the 2004 F-150. Thus, it could raise the bar and forced other pickup makers to try and keep up with the best-sold vehicle in the world. Unlike the Regular or the Super-Cab versions, the Super Crew featured a cabin with fo...

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2001 - 2004

The F150 reached its tenth generation in 1997, but the blue-oval brand's marketing department found a niche on the market and introduced a longer version in 2001: the Super Crew. By 2001, Ford F-Series was already the most produced nameplate in the world. After millions of units produced and different evolution in its lineup, Ford F-150 came on the market with a new approach, which allowed it to offer roomier interiors and still carry heavy loads, not to mention towing capabilities. The 2001 F-150 didn't look as rough as some other pickups on the market. Its rounded edges and...

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