The Ford brand will launch a new pick-up truck this fall, and although its price will be revealed when its sale date is close, the manufacturer has made it known that it will be affordable for many pockets. This is the new 2023 Ford F-150 Rattler, an off-roader that will come standard with 4×4 traction and will be based on the current F-150 XL. With this launch the American brand aims to make more affordable a truck model that has been a bit far from the reach of many customers, thus attracting those willing to ‘seek adventures with a stylish four-wheel drive truck’.
Exterior configuration and motorizations
The new 2023 Ford F-150 Rattler will be available in the colors: Avalanche, Antimatter Blue, Agate Black, Carbonized Grey, Stone Gray, Iconic Silver, Oxford White and Rapid Red TriCoat. Its exterior design stands out with graphics inspired by rattlesnakes, to which are added ventilation in the fenders alluding to F-150 Rattler, wheels in aluminum of 18 inches shod with off-road tires, protective plates and double exhaust system.
In the cabin, customers will get a desert theme applied to Onyx seats with details and stitching in burnished bronze. Similarly, this burnished bronze covers the moldings present in the center console, the dashboard and the door panels. On the other hand, the F-150 Rattler will feature a hill descent control that will help drivers in driving on steep slopes. Something that will also improve comfort is that it has special shock absorbers and a rear differential with electronic locking.
The powertrain offering of the 2023 Ford F-150 Rattler will include several options, including the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engines with 330 hp of power or the 5.0-liter V8 that produces 406 hp. The 3.5-liter EcoBoost and the 3.5-liter PowerBoost will also be available. By way of annotation, Todd Eckert, Ford truck marketing manager said, “Our F-150 Rattler offers an off-road option with appearance and capability in a single package and allows us to present the right combination of style and value in the F-150 lineup.”