With anticipation mounting for the release of Ford’s (F) 2021 F-150 pickup truck, spy shots have caught the vehicle in action with little to no front camouflage. The truck was reportedly spotted in Dearborn, Michigan, where it was road testing.

The F-150 was captured with a camouflage-free front-end, giving a glimpse into the truck’s grille and headlight design for 2021, which were reminiscent of the Ford Ranger, Motor 1 reported. The truck also takes on engineering details from the GMC Sierra, its rival truck model, with its stacked headlight and angled housing, the news outlet said.

Pictures also show an aggressive grilled appearance, but the rest of the truck was cloaked, leaving some of the F-150’s details under wraps. A raised hood can also be seen in the crew cab model that also retains keycode entry and kinked front doors.

According to Bloomberg, the new F-150 truck will also include at least a 12-inch screen to display options such as maps and audio controls.

The release of the 2021 F-150 from Ford is expected later this year and will come before the automaker is thought to launch the all-electric F-150 pickup truck. The electrified truck is anticipated to hit dealers in late 2021.

Production on the electric F-150 is reportedly expected to start in August at Ford’s Dearborn plant, with the unveiling of the truck speculated to occur in April or June at either the New York Auto Show or Detroit Auto Show.

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