The 2021 Ford F-150 and the 2021 Ram 1500: How Do I Tell Them Apart?

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A close up shows a confused man trying to figure out the difference between the 2021 Ford F-150 vs 2020 Ram 1500.

I know what you are thinking; they have the name written on the side, so that’s probably a good first indication. But what if you can’t see the badges? How do you tell the 2021 Ford F-150 vs 2021 Ram 1500 apart? I’m not sure you can. I wouldn’t go as far as to say they are the same truck, I think the wheels might be a bit different. I’ve seen those 18-wheelers towing them in from places, and that sort of conspiracy seems more complicated than the Freemasons. Or is it? Well, from the masterminds of the American car manufacturing world, we have two trucks that are impossible to distinguish.

That’s a bold claim for sure, but let’s look at their exteriors. Both have extended cabs for extra seating. But they both also have beds in the back, a couple wheels, and a transmission. See where I’m going? Sure the front of these trucks from other, well, manufacturers, have different headlight placement and grill designs. But no one really looks at anything besides a truck’s color.

As an avid truck enthusiast, I feel exterior appearances can be misleading when it comes to picking a good full-size truck. They’re big and bulky and look like they can do stuff. But these two, these two can do the exact same thing. Yes, they can tow and haul your stuff around. But we could talk all day about what that means in terms of your towing and hauling needs. I mean, who really needs that much horsepower? What even is horsepower besides an irrelevant term created by the automotive industry to make our vehicles sound cooler? Don’t even get me started on torque. Plus, you could never tell the difference between the two, not really. Not with weather and road conditions and factors like how many people are in the cab.

See? They are exactly the same. Manufacturers might stick a few different numbers on them to make them feel different, but really, they are the same truck.

Of course, no vehicle exists in this modern age anymore that is not totally equipped to support a NASA launch from the dashboard. If you can’t literally engage in all social media platforms while operating a heavy-duty truck on the road, then you should sell it immediately for a truck that can. Bluetooth, phone interfacing, and video and audio streaming, we can’t go anywhere without it. We all know you can’t haul a load of hay across your farm without a killer audio system. Does either truck have something different? Maybe? Can’t really tell. There’s a lot of buttons, and honestly, I’m not sure if they even need a human to drive them anymore.

This is when I really started to think. How could two trucks from two very different manufacturers have the same exact truck? Well, the answer was obvious from the start.

After we spent a little time reading the owners manuals of the two trucks, we discovered that the Illuminati is really in charge of designing all vehicles on the road. All auto manufacturers are the same, and it was all clearly spelled out in the little book we all keep in the dashboard and forget about.

Every wonder why Toyota Corollas and Honda Civics are the same? And the Ford Bronco seems to be a little like the Jeep Wrangler? Don’t even get us started on the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. Not to mention, they all have the same exact features that do the same exact things.

Everything is the same. All is one. There is no such thing as new. NOTHING is real.

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