In a bid to reduce fuel consumption, Ford will be lowering the number of the new F-350 trucks in its lineup.
The new trucks will be available from the new 2019 models to the 2019 models, and the 2019 trucks will only be available in Europe, but the 2019 F-500, the truck that launched last year, will be offered in the US as well.
In a statement, Ford said: “Our F-Series trucks are now available in all of the 50 states, Canada, Mexico, the US and Canada.
The 2017 F-series trucks are expected to hit dealer lots later this year.”
The 2019 F Series truck will feature a new, full-length grille and a new grille grille hood design.
The grille features a redesigned grille front and grille side, while the grille design on the rear of the truck will be similar to the F-450.
The front fascia and roof also have been upgraded.
“Our 2019 trucks also feature a host of new technologies including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane departure alert.
The 2019 F150 truck will also have a front fasciclle with an active aerodynamic system.”
Ford will be offering the 2019-2019 F-Class and F150 models in the U.S. on November 9, 2020.