2024 Tremor Spotted with new headlights

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As everybody knows, the 2024 Tremor was revealed a while ago with low end reflecting head lights. A lot of people complained about that.
10 Days ago, it was spotted with new projector head lights:


Anybody knows more?
A theory is that these new led projector with be included with the 402 High Package, just like in 2023.

However:
- The Tremor revealed earlier does in fact have 402A (leather seats,…) yet it sports the low end headlight
- When build and pricing the 2024 Tremor with 402A, it says reflector type headlight, not projector, and the image also shows that
- Why would they drive it in camo now since it was revealed already?

So could it be in fact a new package, or the 2025 model? Or just that Ford is reacting to the critics and adding it to 402A which could explain why they have been delaying 2024 ordering?
 
I know this video was just posted, but I wonder if it could have been taken before the reveal last fall.
 
I know this video was just posted, but I wonder if it could have been taken before the reveal last fall.
indeed! that can explain the camo, but still doesn’t explain the two other points
 
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unless the video is about a year old, it seems to be the correct weather for this time of year.

I think the grille with these headlights is better than the grille with the reflector headlights since that grille encompasses the headlights.

i wouldn't be surprised if ford was reacting to feedback from customers. i know that when i was at the pre reveal, i expressed my dislike of the reflector headlights on an $80k trim level to the chief engineer and that many others would feel the same. The whole reason they invited people to the pre reveal was to get feedback.
 
Is it me or does that truck seem much more level then the current ones? That rear does not seem to be as much of a rake as the 21, 22 or 23
 
Not to hijack thread but seams appropriate here. I have a 2023 with 402a and most options. I love the headlights but have never seen a description on what they are. Bright and move with steering. Do they physically move or is it an adaptive led array?

Is it similar to European headlights that were just approved recently in the past 2 years?
 
Not to hijack thread but seams appropriate here. I have a 2023 with 402a and most options. I love the headlights but have never seen a description on what they are. Bright and move with steering. Do they physically move or is it an adaptive led array?

Is it similar to European headlights that were just approved recently in the past 2 years?
Similar to matrix led from Europe. With Forscan you can activate the mode that adapts in real time the light so it doesn’t light the cars in front of you but everything around is well lit
 
Not to hijack thread but seams appropriate here. I have a 2023 with 402a and most options. I love the headlights but have never seen a description on what they are. Bright and move with steering. Do they physically move or is it an adaptive led array?

Is it similar to European headlights that were just approved recently in the past 2 years?
They physically move. You can also enable glare free lighting (or in Canada have it already enabled)
 
It's also possible that's not a tremor, maybe they threw on the Tremor wheels for some kind of random testing.

I hope it's true, and they include them, but I think it's unlikely they go back on what they announced publicly.
 
It's also possible that's not a tremor, maybe they threw on the Tremor wheels for some kind of random testing.

I hope it's true, and they include them, but I think it's unlikely they go back on what they announced publicly.
i was looking at the grilles though and its not the same grille that the lariats and up come with with those lights. it looks like a modified version of the tremor grille that doesn't wrap around the headlights.

Its also rocking the modular bumper that is only available on the tremor or raptor. again, could just be parts thrown together, but seems less likely with the more parts that are on it common to a tremor.

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Not to hijack thread but seams appropriate here. I have a 2023 with 402a and most options. I love the headlights but have never seen a description on what they are. Bright and move with steering. Do they physically move or is it an adaptive led array?

Is it similar to European headlights that were just approved recently in the past 2 years?
Yes, exactly like the European headlights you are talking about.

By default they only turn left and right with your steering wheel and self level, but with forscan you can enable the anti glare which is what is popular on the new European models.

Due to America being America, it wasn't legal here at the time of production (it might be now). Since it's legal in Canada, Ford included the tech in all projector headlights, you just need to enable glare free if your aren't in Canada.
 
i was looking at the grilles though and its not the same grille that the lariats and up come with with those lights. it looks like a modified version of the tremor grille that doesn't wrap around the headlights.

Its also rocking the modular bumper that is only available on the tremor or raptor. again, could just be parts thrown together, but seems less likely with the more parts that are on it common to a tremor.

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Ooooh, good catch. I hope you are right and they turned face and actually listened. Fingers crossed for those getting 24's!
 
Ford might be saying that since the 402A package / TREMOR will come with more standard equipment that the 2023, new owners might not care about the dynamic headlights especially owners who’ve never seen or used them before.

With that being said, perhaps Ford will have it as a standalone option for the Tremor for $1.5-$2K.

This would make sense and give potential owners the option of paying for it or not.
 
The only issue with the 24 modular bumper is that it seems to only come in black.

As for the good headlights, that test vehicle does appear to have the Tremor grill, but it also looks like they just manually hacked it up to fit the better headlights rather than being production. I could be wrong there since none of us are seeing it up close.

One thing for sure though is that Ford seems to have some major issues with the 24s right now. I have yet to see any on dealer lots, and it doesnt appear anyone has actually taken delivery of one, and we are almost at the end of Jan. Remember when the new model years would hit lots and be sold in Sept? Other manufacturers still do. Even Ford's site for the F150 defaults to 23 for Build and Price and then has a separate button to Preview the 24.
 
They physically move. You can also enable glare free lighting (or in Canada have it already enabled)
I’m pretty sure I did that but not sure what that exactly does. Thank you.
 
Similar to matrix led from Europe. With Forscan you can activate the mode that adapts in real time the light so it doesn’t light the cars in front of you but everything around is well lit
I tried and it didn't work. I recall reading somewhere that Ford dropped the physical capability of matrix on 2023 (which is what I own). Perhaps I just couldn't get it to work, but I wish I kept the link to the post that it was dropped for 2023.
 
I tried and it didn't work. I recall reading somewhere that Ford dropped the physical capability of matrix on 2023 (which is what I own). Perhaps I just couldn't get it to work, but I wish I kept the link to the post that it was dropped for 2023.
I also wish you had kept the link as this is the first I have ever heard of this. I have seen people with 23s get glare free working. Being that you are in Canada, if you have a 402a then I would have thought glare free was already enabled at the factory
 

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