Ford shows off its new aluminum F-150 pickup truck, the best-selling U.S vehicle for the last 32 years, outside of the New York Stock Exchange. Ford U.S. Director of Marketing Chantel Lenard addressed concerns about the strength and durability of the military-grade aluminum used in the new trucks. Lenard also detailed new features in the truck bed and changes in the tailgate - it can be lowered with a remote button and also has a pull out step. The new F150 goes on sale this summer.

Disclosure: TheStreet's editorial policy prohibits staff editors, reporters and analysts from holding positions in any individual stocks.

More from Video

60 Seconds: What is the Yield Curve and Why is Everyone Talking About It?

60 Seconds: What is the Yield Curve and Why is Everyone Talking About It?

To Think a Trade War's Still Just a Threat Is the Dumbest Thing on Wall Street

To Think a Trade War's Still Just a Threat Is the Dumbest Thing on Wall Street

Millennials Love Investing in Timeshares: Bluegreen Vacations CEO

Millennials Love Investing in Timeshares: Bluegreen Vacations CEO

60 Seconds: What's the Difference Between an ETF and a Mutual Fund?

60 Seconds: What's the Difference Between an ETF and a Mutual Fund?

Amazon's One-Year Anniversary of Buying Whole Foods: A Whole Lot of Silly Hype

Amazon's One-Year Anniversary of Buying Whole Foods: A Whole Lot of Silly Hype