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As the official arrival date of the 2021 Ford F-150 and Bronco draws closer, more information is getting released on two of the most anticipated models from the company this year.

This time around, an anonymous tipster shared at the F150Gen14 forums the list of paint options that Ford is allegedly looking to use for the upcoming F-150 and Bronco.

According to the information on the website, the well-loved F-150 is getting 15 shades, while the new Bronco is set to have nine color options.

For fans of the F-150, the upcoming 14th generation will reportedly be available in the following colors: Antimatter Blue Metallic, Carbonized Gray Metallic, Space White Pearl, Oxford White, Star White Pearl, Race Red, Kodiak Brown Metallic, Stone Gray Metallic, Lucid Red Pearl, Smoked Quartz Metallic, Velocity Blue Metallic, Guard Metallic, Lead Foot Gray, Iconic Silver Metallic, and Agate Black Metallic.

Rapid Red is a new paint option for the new Ford F-150
Several of the new paint options—such as Rapid Red—were also offered in the outgoing 2020 Ford F-150. | Source: Ford

Several of these paint options were also offered in the outgoing 2020 F-150 such as Rapid Red, Lead Foot Gray, and Agate Black Metallic.

The available shades, however, will likely depend on the trim level, with some of the shades requiring an additional cost.

There are various reports on the actual arrival of the F-150, with some claiming it will be a 2022 model year vehicle, while others at the F150Gen14 forums are saying the pickup will be a 2021 model year product, with production set to begin in September.

As for the 2021 Bronco, the following hues will reportedly be offered: Antimatter Blue Metallic, Cyber Orange Pearl, Fighter Jet Gray, Carbonized Gray Metallic, Oxford White, Race Red, Lucid Red Pearl, Area 51, and Absolute Black Iconic Silver Metallic

Ford has not given a comment on the rumored paint options, which could mean it’s not yet set in stone. Moreover, Ford could still make some changes to the color palette throughout the life cycle of the two models.

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