The next-gen Ford Super Duty ushers in revised exterior styling complete with new grille designs, C-clamp lighting signatures, and improved aerodynamics, while LED headlights are offered across the trim level lineup. Meanwhile, the cabin features an 8-inch center display as standard for XL trim levels, and a 12-inch display as standard higher in the trim level lineup.
Onboard tech is plentiful, with embedded 5G Wi-Fi for up to 10 devices, as well as a range of towing tech with Trailer Navigation, Onboard Scales with Smart Hitch, 360-Degree Trailer Camera System, Blind Spot Information System for Fifth Wheel & Gooseneck, Pro Trailer Hitch Assist, and more. There’s also a range of onboard tech for safety and security, including Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering, Trailer Theft Alert, Front and Rear Brake Assist, and a full-color head-up display. Pro Power Onboard feature is also available, providing 2.0-kilowatts of electricity for the job site or campsite.
As for the greasy bits, the 2023 Ford Super Duty is available with four engine options. Standard spec is a 6.8L V8 gasoline engine, while a 7.3L V8 gasoline engine is offered. There’s also a pair of diesel engines, including the 6.7L V8 Power Stroke, and the new high-output 6.7L V8 Power Stroke diesel. Ford gas yet to reveal specific output, towing, or payload numbers. Each of the four engine options connects to a 10-speed TorqShift automatic transmission. Additionally, four-wheel drive is now equipped as standard on XLT trim levels and above.
Further options include new styling packages, as well the Tremor Off-Road Package, which adds in unique suspension tuning, a front-end lift, Dana front axle with limited-slip differential and axle vent tubes, 35-inch Goodyear tires wrapped around unique 18-inch wheels, and Trail Control.
The 2023 Ford Super Duty is assembled at Ford’s plants in Louisville, Kentucky and Avon Lake Ohio. Sales will ramp up early next year. Official pricing information is still forthcoming.