Ford’s F-150 truck lineup is adding more hybrid powertrain options to more trims for the 2024 model year. New tech additions include the line’s first optional heads-up display, so you can check your speed without looking down, and a built-in 5G modem that’s up to date with the latest wireless standards.
Previously, Ford’s cheapest F-150 with a hybrid option, the Lariat, started at $57,480 with a $3,300 add-on. Now Ford says the PowerBoost hybrid option it started offering with the 2021 model will “match the starting MSRP on the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine,” without going into specifics about how that works. Just as importantly, you can now get the hybrid at the less expensive XLT trim level, as well as in the high-end Platinum Plus.