As picked up by Muscle Cars & Trucks, the F140gen14 forum procured a copy of the price list for the 2023 F-150. On page four of that document, the single line “Rattler” informs the world that Ford
The automaker announced the trim package in March, basing it on the entry-level XL trim exclusively with four-wheel drive. Mechanically, the Rattler picks up all the FX4 off-road goodies: Skid plates, off-road shocks, a locking rear differential, hill descent control, and all-terrain tires. Outside, the Rattler wears the black plastic grille and bumpers of the XL accompanied by fender vents with “Rattler” badging, rear decals with the logo and a rattlesnake pattern, dual black exhaust tips, and 18-inch alloy wheels. The interior gets Onyx seats with cloth inserts boasting a scale-like pattern and bronze cross-stitching throughout. And underneath come specially retuned tuned front shocks and monotube rear shocks.
As with the next year’s Heritage Package, there are a few necessary extras when adding the Rattler Package. It will only be available on trucks with a 145-inch wheelbase like the SuperCrew cab with the 5.5-foot bed or the Super Cab with the 6.5-foot bed. It requires upgrading to any engine but the base 3.3-liter V6, but unlike the Heritage Edition, the 3.5-liter EcoBoost and PowerBoost hybrid