September 28, 2022
The new Ford F-Series Trucks are built for comfort on long hauls and rough roads. The XL model comes standard with an 8-inch center display, four USB power ports, and a wireless charging pad. Higher trim levels include a 12-inch display. The trucks also have an upgraded sound system and Max Recline Seats, which lay back to nearly 180 degrees. For a hands-free experience, the trucks have Alexa Built-in with up to 3 years of complimentary connectivity.
Ford has packed the new trucks with cutting-edge tech to help you stay connected and get the job done. When it comes to the upgraded on-board tech, Ted Cannis, CEO of Ford Pro, boasts that "the all-new Super Duty can seamlessly shift from workhorse to office of the future." The new tech upgrades include Pro Power Onboard™, with 2.0-kilowatts of output, making it easy to tackle any project. And with embedded 5G capability, you'll be able to stay connected even when you're off the grid. In addition, the new Ford Pro™ Upfit Integration System makes adding and operating special work equipment easier than ever. Finally, features like Pro Trailer Hitch Assist and the 360-Degree Trailer Camera System make towing a breeze. With all these cutting-edge features, the 2023 Ford Super Duty is set to revolutionize the truck market.
The F-Series line has been redesigned from the ground up to be more powerful than ever before—and this time, it can tow more, carry more, and move faster than ever. It offers four engine options, gas or diesel, to find the perfect fit for your needs. The gas engine options include a new 6.8-liter V8 or the more powerful 7.3-liter V8. Or you can opt for a diesel engine with a 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 or the new 6.7L High Output Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel. Ford claims the improvements will make it the most powerful vehicle in its class but hasn't released details on how much horsepower or torque you should expect.
The bed size options remain at 6.75′ or 8 ′, but Ford has added some impressive new features to the bed, starting with a new backup camera and sensor system not offered on other models. The new features, called "Tailgate Down Camera" and "Tailgate Down Reverse Sensing System," provide a secondary backup camera and secondary sensors on the top of the tailgate to help reverse into tight spaces, even if your tailgate is lowered. To make accessing the bed easier, a tailgate pullout ladder is still offered (with an added 3"), and Ford follows General Motors' lead by adding bumper steps and side bed steps to the rear.
The new truck's body is sleeker with a more modern design. An all-new exterior includes seven grille choices engineered to maximize cooling performance and minimalist headlights, which are now recessed and incorporated into the grille. It also has new C-shaped LED daytime running lights in the front and rear. The 2023 F-Series offers several package options, from the STX, Sport, and Black Appearance packages to three off-road focused packs – XL Off-Road, FX4, and Tremor. Each trim offers different features and options, but they're designed to make your life easier when you're out on the job site or taking care of business.
This new model isn't just a refresh or an upgrade. It's a whole new truck with a refined interior, improved powertrains, and advanced body engineering that looks to set the standard for heavy-duty trucks for years to come. Ford set out to make the new Super Duty a more capable and refined truck, and on the whole, it seems like it will deliver. The F-series is already one of America's most successful trucks, but with this redesign, Ford appears to have given the Super Duty a strong formula for success.