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New 2021 Ford F-150 truck uploads as a tech-heavy hybrid ready for the next generation

The Ford F-150 pickup truck has been a lot of things to a whole lot of people in its nearly 40-year run as America’s best-selling vehicle. It’s been a work truck, a family vehicle, an off-road plaything, a recreational hauler, and a livelihood carrier, among so many other things. 

The 2021 Ford F-150 unveiled Thursday promises to be even more, from a mobile office to a sleeper cabin, from a tailgate hero to a tech-loaded truck that can drive itself. The most significant upgrade is the addition of a hybrid powertrain that can not only take drivers from here to

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2021 Chevrolet Colorado mid-size truck updated with a new trim, new packages, and a heavy-duty look

The 2021 Chevrolet Colorado mid-size pickup truck comes with a new Custom Special Edition, a beefed-up ZR2, the return of the ZR2 Bison, and the return of the 2.8-liter turbodiesel inline-4. All Colorados get cosmetic upgrades to the front and rear, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen is standard on all but the base WT.

The nameplate returned in 2015, but the Colorado needed a refresh to stay relevant against newer mid-size trucks such as the Ford Ranger, Jeep Gladiator, and a refreshed Toyota Tacoma.  

The tailgates on all four trims will feature “Chevrolet” lettering instead of the bowtie, and up front

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Limited run, 2020 Ram 1500 “Built to Serve” truck honors Navy

The second installment of Ram’s special edition pickups to honor five branches of the U.S. military will hit dealers soon, the truckmaker announced Thursday.

The 2020 Ram 1500 “Built to Serve” truck will honor the U.S. Navy, and it follows a similar package released last year for the Army.

Like last year’s version, the new Ram 1500 Navy version will be limited to 2,000 trucks but will be available to any buyer—not just servicemembers.

Of the 2,000 trucks allotted to honor the Navy, 1,000 will be painted Ceramic Gray and 1,000 will be painted Patriot Blue. The trucks are based

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All-electric Ford F-150 pickup truck coming within 24 months, exec says

A fully electric Ford F-150 pickup truck will arrive in the U.S. within the next two years, Ford Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley told investors Wednesday.

The executive outlined some of the automaker’s future plans with Ford CEO Jim Hackett during a call hosted by Deutsche Bank. Discussion of future plans included the upcoming pickup, Bronco off-roader, commercial vans, and self-driving tech.

“Within the next 24 months we will have fully electric versions of the world’s best-selling truck, the F-150, and the best-selling cargo van…I like our chances against all comers as we go electric,” Farley said.

In March, Ford

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