2020 Ford F-350 comes as a logical continuation of the very popular class of the large trucks made in Ford, and along with the other models in famous F-series. When it comes to this model, it will change the design of the chassis and edges, but the main appearance of the car remains the same as on other models.
As we said, there are few slight changes in the design of the 2020 Ford F-350 that modernize this vehicle but remains recognizable look of the truck. The most important is that this is larger truck than before, with the height 7 times higher than on Honda Civic, for example, and large tires and bumpers. The recognizable front end has a famous gridded grille with squared large LED lights and wide bumper on the bottom of the front end. The rear end, aside from the spare tire on the trunk door also has redesigned edges and shape of the bumper and new lights.
There are no significant changes inside of 2020 Ford F-350 in design. It remains the same shape and dimension of the large seats and surely a greatness and largeness dashboard, the best in this series. However, this model will not be only a large cabin and nothing else. It gets woody details, thick brown leather and a little old-fashioned design of the instrument table. In term of the technology, it gets the most in safety system, while high-tech devices are average for the class.
The most likely model that will be used in 2020 Ford F-350 is 6.2-liter V8 petrol version that produces 385 horsepower of strength and 420 pound-feet of torque. The engine should be matched with the six-speed automatic transmission, but the manufacturer could offer something different this time in higher trims. The stronger version of this engine should be 6.7-liter V8 petrol unit that produces even 920 horsepower of strength. It is not strange if this model gets a version with 820 pound-feet of torque and 440 horsepower. It is also possible that this model gets a diesel version along with the F-250 model, too.
2020 Ford F-350 Release Date and Price
2020 Ford F-350 should be, like other models in F-series, on the market later in 2019. However, the price should not be much higher than on the current model, meaning $45,000 for a base model that grows to $55,000 in higher trims. So, if you are one of those that fell in love in this version of the large truck, you should be patient and wait to your model.