10 Newest Ford Cars of 2021: The Most Electrifying Lineup in Years

Throughout the years of covering Ford’s lineup, we can definitely tell you that 2021 brings some of the most exciting new models we have ever seen. The Blue Oval is not leaving any stone unturned, by renewing its best sellers as well as adding new arrivals across all classes. Moreover, they make a decisive move towards expanding the portfolio with electrified and all-electric cars that could be seen rivaling the industry’s leaders.

The upcoming lineup is just too hot to wait any longer, so without further ado, subscribe to #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews and lets start the engines!

#1 2021 Ford F 150

From the first glance, 2021 Ford F 150 arrives not much different on the outside, but actually it has 92% of all-new or fully-redesigned components. Its engine selection now includes 6 mills: a diesel, 4 gasolines, and the model’s first hybrid, that pairs a 3.5L V6, a 47-hp electric motor and a 1.5kWh battery pack.

#2 2021 Ford Bronco

By skillfully playing the nostalgia card and combining true overlanding capability, the Ford Bronco is returning as a rugged body on frame SUV that will not be able to meet the overwhelming demand.

#3 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The original Mustang Mach 1 was released as a part of the model’s first generation, in 1969, and the 2021 car begins a new page in the history of the moniker, after its 17-year-long absence.

#4 2021 Ford GT Heritage Edition and Studio Collection Graphics Package

The Ford Performance arm celebrates the 1966 Daytona 24 Hour Continental win with ultra-stylish GT Heritage Edition. 55 years ago, the Shelby-American racing team led the legendary Ford GT40 Mk II to the first ever trophy in 24-hour endurance race.

#5 2021 Mustang Mach-E

The 2021 Mustang Mach-E breaks a lot industry’s taboos and does everything in its power to piss off true pony car fans. First, it applies the iconic Mustang name and even more legendary Mach performance moniker to a crossover, then, packs it with lots of modern technology, and finally, gets it some EV drivetrain, instead of a proper V8 engine.

#6 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

The body-on-frame Bronco simply could not have entered the world of crossovers without a unibody companion. Despite the familiar exterior, the Ford Bronco Sport version shares no mechanical components with its truck-based sibling and actually rides on the Ford Escape platform.

#7 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 is a one-off racing protype based on the Mustang Mach-E GT body-in-white. It gains 7 electric motors, making 1419 hps, has a different battery type, and boasts an ability to perform controlled drifts on track.

#8 2021 Ford Ranger Thunder

The European and Australian best-selling Ford pick-up truck arrives with an exclusive version to fuel the demand that already reaches a 100 thousand vehicles per year. A limited-edition Ford Ranger Thunder is based on the highly popular WildTrak double cab, but comes with Ford’s new 2.0-litre twin-turbocharged Ecoblue four-cylinder and gets standard 10-speed automatic gearbox derived directly from the Raptor.

#9 2021 Ford Puma

The Puma is an all-new crossover from Ford, that debuted as a 2020 model based on the latest generation Fiesta chassis. A year later, the company is expanding the Puma range with the introduction of the new, ST-Line Vignale trim level. We should also mention that this fall, the company plans to reveal a performance ST modification of the Puma, that will have around 200 hps.

#10 2021 Ford Focus MHEV & 2021 Ford Fiesta MHEV

To keep their status of Europe’s best selling compact cars, both Ford Focus and Fiesta are receiving a 48V mild-hybrid system to enhance their 1L 3-cylinder Ecoboosts.


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  2. Share your opinion in the comments………..Well OK…Anything ecoboost will not be fixed on the side of the road…to complex requires lots of tools not mechanic friendly ( serviceability ) poor. no room for hands under the hood. now picture yourself in the bush fare fare away 4×4-ING around and oh oh somethings wrong
    now you need all your tools and your in the middle of no where in a foot of mud and the fuse box only has numbers no words..and you left your 20 thousand dollar scan tool at home cuze it did not fit in the glove box… what a nightmare all because you wanted to 4×4. Not designed for a human to fix…No thank you…..just go walk your dog

  3. That new Bronco is going to be a monster hit for Ford, as will the Bronco Sport and of course, the new F-150.

    That ugly, all-electric thing that they've decided to slap the Mustang name on (and any devoted Ford or Mustang fans in the face with) will most likely repeat what the 1975 AMC Pacer's sales did: A big hit its first year, until everyone who truly wants one has it, then it will be a poor seller. That Mach I however, will do very well, as all special editions of the REAL, ACTUAL Mustang usually do!

    Now that the days of the very incompetent Jim Hackett are finally over, maybe Ford's new CEO Jim Farley can inject just enough Testosterone back into the corporate testicles and build at least one new 4-door sedan on the next Mustang platform; now that here in the U.S., we're being deprived of the best Fiestas, Focuses and yes, the best Tauruses ever built. Crossovers and SUVs are NOT the only reasons why they couldn't sell the ones we had here! ?!


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  5. I am excited to see the Bronco. All the models look cool and awesome, except the Mustang SUV. They should named it something else. Not Mustang, but a Stallion, Cooger, or something else.

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