Outside, the latest Ford F-150 King Ranch features a bold new three-bar grille and available new 20-inch machined aluminum wheels. There’s also an available monotone paint option and customers can add a special King Ranch chrome package for additional luxury cues. Inside, the seats are wrapped in rich, timeless Chaparral leather. An all-new black interior environment is available (in addition to traditional Adobe), plus smart technology like standard MyFord Touch optimized for truck owners, standard ambient interior lighting and available class-exclusive HID headlamps.
The 2013 Ford F-150 King Ranch does more than look good. F-150 King Ranch is available with a choice of 5.0-liter V8 or the advanced, segment-exclusive 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, which provides the power of an eight-cylinder engine and the fuel efficiency of a six-cylinder while achieving a best-in-class 11,300 pounds of trailer towing capability. Both engines are mated to a fuel-saving electronic six-speed automatic transmission with tow/haul mode and SelectShift capability.
Ford has longstanding ties to King Ranch which covers more than 1,300 square miles of Texas land, making it one of the largest ranches in the world. In 2000, Ford Motor Company and King Ranch teamed to introduce the 2001 King Ranch F-150 SuperCrew, then the most upscale model in the Ford F-150 lineup. It was also the industry’s first under-8,500-pound GVW full-size pickup truck with four full-size doors and a full rear passenger compartment.