Center section of an 09 to 14 F-150's front bench seat lifts up to reveal storage and access to the yaw sensor.
I also like the bold design of the 96 1/2 to 2004 F-150 and the 97-98 F-250. No other truck looks quite like that.
On a Ford you can access OBD2 with a smartphone for some limited stuff or you can access it with a laptop to do more advanced stuff.
Also some Ford radios are interchangeable, so your next upgrade might be sitting at Pull A Part.
And the best I can think of ATM: my own truck, a '13 F-150 STX, has blackout trim both inside and out so you don't get the sun glare from chrome bezels inside.
Honorable mention goes to the vinyl seats in a 1972 Olds Vista Cruiser. You can't sit on them in the summer but you can fry an egg on one. No butt warmers were needed.