Ford is answering the call of F-150 fans looking for luxury backed up by some serious muscle. It’s equipping its top trim, the Limited, with the Raptor’s 450-horsepower V6 engine (510 lb.-ft of torque).
2019 F-150 Limited
On the outside, the Limited sports 22-inch polished aluminum wheels, a unique satin-finish grille and tailgate applique, and satin-finish window trim and door handles. The 2019 F-150 Limited, which rolls out later this year, will also sport a new dual exhaust system with exhaust tips smoothly integrated into new rear bumper cutouts.
Ford is upping the luxury game in the cabin, too, with new Camel Back two-tone leather and multi-contour front massaging seats. Ford says the seats will also cool better, too. The interior also features a Miko suede headliner and leather-topped instrument panel and door panels, along with a graduated ash wood swirl trim. Each new F-150 Limited includes a laser-etched plaque on the center console armrest bearing its serial number.
Cabin tech includes SYNC 3, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and a FordPass Connect 4G LTE modem with Wi-Fi access for up to 10 devices. A B&O PLAY audio system by HARMAN is standard.
Standard features include power-deployable running boards, remote start, tailgate release, and a twin-panel moonroof. An integrated trailer brake controller is also standard, as is a 360-degree camera with a split-view display with dynamic hitch assist to simplify the hitching process. Class-exclusive Pro Trailer Backup Assist is optional.
Adaptive cruise control comes standard, along with Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking. Active park assist to aid in parallel parking, plus a Lane-Keeping System that provides alerts and assistance with lane drift are both standard, too.
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