The 2021 Ford F-150 delivers big-time when it comes to infotainment.

The 2021 Ford F-150 has started arriving at dealerships and brought the goods in terms of infotainment features. Below we've listed 5 infotainment features in the 2021 version of America's best selling truck we want to see in every pickup.

Digital Cluster

Yeah, all the other pickup truck makers have digital clusters. None match the look and sophistication found in the new 2021 F-150 dash. Ford's F-150 digital dash designer came from the video game industry—which doesn't seem all that significant until you see the cluster in action.

Linked to the SYNC 4 system, the dash provides insight to all types of important vehicle information whether you're at work or play.

Interior Work Surface

Who hasn't tried to work while sitting in their truck?

Ford F-150 designers spent a year with truck owners to understand how they used their trucks. From small business owners to construction workers, designers observed the everyday life of the F-150 in various scenarios

This obvious use of the console to create a work surface to write or use a laptop will make lots of truck owners happy.

Zone Lighting

While Ford designers addressed the practical functionality of using the 2021 F-150 day-to-day, they also understood the vanity side of truck ownership.

The zone lighting has some practical features, but at the end of the day it simply looks damn cool—especially with the Zone Lighting control-panel on the touchscreen.

Bottom line, Zone lighting looks good on any truck, but the new F-150 makes this feature a cool new experience.

Lockable Rear Under-Seat Storage

If you own a pickup truck you carry stuff. That's why you buy a truck right?

The Rear Under-Seat storage will be a must for any true truck owner. The Lockable storage area spans the entire width of the cabin, making it convenient storage for items you can't leave in the bed of your truck.

12-inch Horizontal Touchscreen

Ram finally has a competitor in the factory 12-inch infotainment touchscreen arena. Ram introduced their 12-inch vertically oriented touchscreen in the new DT Ram trucks introduced in 2019.

Not to be outdone, Ford introduced its 12-inch touchscreen with a small twist—the 2021 F-150 version sits horizontally like more traditional touchscreens.

Either way, America's number one selling truck deserved a large touchscreen and Ford delivered.