Now that the mid-engined Corvette has launched, arguably the most talked about American vehicle right now is the upcoming Ford Bronco off-road SUV. With the fan favorite off-roader slated to return for the 2021 model year, there has been a lot of reporting about what we might see when the model’s 25 year hiatus ends. This has perhaps taken away from the fact that we will also be getting a new Ford F-150 pickup truck around that time as well, despite the truck being one of the best selling vehicles in the United States. Thanks to TheSketchMonkey, we can entertain the thought of what the new truck might look like via one of his new renderings.
There are plenty of photos and videos of Ford’s next-gen F-150 prototypes wearing extensive amounts of camouflage out there at this point, but none of them really do a good job at hinting as to what the next truck’s design will be like. That is where TheSketchMonkey comes in, as the designer uses the spy shots to inspire a render of the Ford F-150 likely to be unveiled for the 2021 model year.
The virtual interpretation of the fourteenth-generation F-150 pickup truck looks a lot more aggressive than the current truck, and relies far more on basic geometric design patterns than the questionably over-styled trucks on the market today. One interesting aspect of the render is the designers goal to try and draw from what the upcoming Bronco might look like as well, seeing as the two trucks will likely share some design elements as they have in the past. While the dark trim looks rather nice in the render, the designer does mention that he prefers cars this way, and it may not be a choice Ford would make.