In the heart of truck country, Ford debuted its all new 2013 F-150 King Ranch edition today at the Texas State Fair, showing off some new styling updates.
King Ranch represents one of two luxury trim trucks from Ford, and pioneered the segment when it was introduced back in 2002. The trim changes the truck inside and out, packing it with premium features.
The front end gets a face lift, and is fitted with a three-slat chrome grille and HID headlights. 20-inch machined aluminum wheels are standard on King Ranch models, with an optional chrome package and monotone paint job rounding out the look of the luxury truck.
On the inside, the seats are wrapped in Chaparral leather and offered in either black, or the traditional Adobe (tan) color. MyFordTouch comes standard as well, and is optimized for truck owners by utilizing physical buttons not found on other MyFordTouch equipped vehicles, as well as a touch screen that can be operated while wearing gloves.
For engine options, buyers can choose between the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, or a 5.0-liter V8, the former offering best in class tow rating of 11,300 lbs.