The F-150 alone is worth more in sales to Ford than the market cap of companies like Nike and McDonald's. That makes a new model a big deal — not just to Ford, but to the 900,000 people who have made the F-150 the best-selling truck for 40 years. Ford just officially unveiled the 2021 F-150, and while its new from the ground up, Ford also didn't stray too far from what makes it a best-seller. Most prominent is the exterior, with a bolder grille and wider fenders while continuing the "c-clamp" design language. Inside is where the biggest changes are, with a 12-inch touchscreen, optional 180-degree recline seats, and new tech like the latest Sync 4 infotainment system. A new full hybrid model is on tap with an Ecoboost V6 and 120v and 240v outlets in the bed. For those wanting something original, 11 different grilles and 13 different wheel options are available. Expect pricing to start at around $30,000 and top out at around $70,000 for a fully-loaded Limited model.