A new generation of the Ford F-150 is on the way. So far, spy shots don't provide a good look at the styling changes. Mechanically, it will get a new 4.8-liter V8 to replace the popular 5.0. Look for a debut late in 2020 and for sales to begin in the 2021 model year.
But the Ford F-150 is also going electric, and it starts with a gasoline-electric hybrid model. Possibly joining the fold for the 2021 model year (although sources say Ford may push this model until the next-generation F-150 debuts), the F-150 Hybrid will allow the full-size pickup to serve as a mobile generator while sacrificing little – if any – of the model’s towing and hauling capabilities. Spy photos of the truck lead us to believe the F-150 Hybrid will offer plug-in capability and be able to travel short distances on electricity alone.