Ford recently invited BallerStatus out to San Antonio, Texas to be among the first to test drive their all-new F-150. The new truck gives new meaning to “Built Ford Tough,” using advanced materials that make it one of the best pick-up trucks in its class.

Members of Ford’s engineering and marketing teams introduced us to the F-150’s making on a larger than life screen — something straight out of the Dallas Cowboy Stadium — while offering a run down of its detailing and new features that help in all of your daily needs, from grocery shopping to tailgating.

Debuting in the 2015 model is a class-exclusive BoxLink cargo management system, which includes lockable, die-cast zinc tie-down cleats,providing a unique interface to the pickup bed for improved flexibility and organization, as well as additional locations for tie-downs It also offers Ford’s first LED box lights, as well as two segment-first features — a power locking remote tailgate release and cargo ramps, which can be stowed on the sides of the pickup box via the BoxLink system and mounted quickly on the tailgate to enable easy loading of ATVs, motorcycles and mowers.