For the 1999–present F-250 and higher models, see Ford Super Duty.
“F150” redirects here. For the 2011 Formula One race car previously named Ferrari F150, see Ferrari 150° Italia.
“Ford F1” redirects here. For Ford factory Formula One racing efforts, see Stewart Grand Prix.
Ford F-150, thirteenth generation
Ford Lobo (Mexico, 1992–present)
Body and chassis
Full-size pickup truck
Front engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
1941–1948 Ford pickup, Ford Ranger (North America)
Ford Super Duty (F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550, F-650, F-750)
The Ford F-Series is a series of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks (Class 2-7) that have been marketed and manufactured by Ford Motor Company since 1948. While most variants of the F-Series trucks are full-size pickup trucks, the F-Series also includes chassis cab trucks and commercial vehicles. The Ford F-Series has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States since 1981 and the best-selling pickup since 1977. It is also the best selling vehicle in Canada.
In 1999, to bridge the gap between the pickup line and the medium-duty trucks, the F-250 and F-350 became the Ford Super Duty vehicles; considered an expansion of the F-Series, the Super Duty trucks are built on a distinct chassis with heavier-duty components. As of the 2017 model year, the F-Series includes the F-150, the Super Duty (F-250 through F-550), and F-650 and F-750 Super Duty medium-duty commercial trucks. The most popular version of the F-Series is the F-150, now in its thirteenth generation.
Through the use of rebadging, Ford has marketed the F-Series through all three Ford divisions in North America. From 1946 to 1968, Mercury sold the Mercury M-Series in Canada; during the 2000s, Lincoln sold the Lincoln Blackwood, replaced by the Lincoln Mark LT.