Ford recently announced that it is revealing a new way to pay homage to some of the company’s classic trucks and their iconic legacies. To celebrate 75 years of F-Series trucks, Ford just unveiled the official 2023 F-150 Heritage Edition. This pickup, which is set to become available sometime this year, is a new take on the very popular and highly-collectible 1970s and ’80s two-tone exterior paint styles. This re-imagined style features the classic color combination with all the rugged durability, power, and technology of today's F-150.


Whenever there's a new Ford F-150 coming, it's an exciting and game-changing event. After all, the F-150 has dominated vehicle sales in the United States for decades. Consistently among the top-selling vehicles in the U.S., the Ford F-150 is a world-renowned full-size pickup truck. WIth 14 generations of tradition to rely on, the F-150 has become the benchmark, with capability, technology, and creature comforts that drive the segment forward. Whether you're looking for a basic work truck, a fully loaded luxury cruiser or a go-anywhere off-roader, there's a version of the F-150 to meet your needs and budget.


This merger of the past with the innovative present is something Ford believes will resonate with loyal F-series truck buyers. Available on XLT series F-150 trucks, the Heritage Edition represents a fresh interpretation of the classic A-B-A exterior paint pattern, with an A color encompassing roof and pillars, a B color for the midsection, then A repeating on bumpers, lower door and lower body.


Interior offerings in slate gray and black complement the expressive exteriors. Distinct seat trim covers featuring unique inserts, plus embossing on the console lid further enhance the uniqueness of the Heritage design. A white “75 Years” logo appears in the upper center windshield and is included in the center screen startup animation and on the center console.

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