Active Drive Assist requires the Ford Co-Pilot360 Active 2.0 package to work in the F-150. It comes as standard on the Limited variant. For the F-150 Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum models, the tech will set you back a total of $1,595.
The Co-Pilot360 package includes the hardware you’ll need for Active Drive Assist, such as radar sensors and a forward-facing camera. The prep package costs $895 (including a $100 discount) for early 2021 F-150 customers. The Active Drive Assist software, which includes a three-year service period, will cost an extra $600, and Ford plans to release it as an over-the-air
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