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New Ford Super Duty King Ranch Dually Spied With Its Face Showing

The heavy duty Ford truck will borrow styling cues from the F-150.



The style of the heavy-duty Ford vehicle will be influenced by the F-150.

With its test fleet of brand-new Super Duty trucks, Ford is not being coy these days. Recently, we observed a SuperCab with what seemed to be an XLT trim level on the street. The F-Series Super Duty family now includes something a little bit bigger and more opulent.

Undoubtedly, a 22-foot-long truck is difficult to conceal. If anything, camouflaging a car like this makes it stand out even more. Strangely, it appears that Ford isn’t concerned about concealing the locations where the majority of the adjustments are occurring. Except for the big Ford oval positioned in the middle, the grille is fully visible in this picture. The grille is different from the XLT we previously saw, but the lights are still flanked by sizable C-shaped running lamps, as can be seen by paying close attention. The grille surround’s black paint is flaking off, revealing the chrome underneath.

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Inside, a greater transformation is anticipated. Similar to the F-150, a sizable center touchscreen is rumored to keep everything in order in a revamped dash that still has lots of tactile controls. A new digital driver display that is 12 inches in size might be included in the deluxe King Ranch package. Although we haven’t heard anything definite about Ford’s BlueCruise hands-free system yet, expect plenty of technology as well.

Ford ought to reuse the present truck’s skeleton and available powertrains for the upcoming model. This entails the standard gasoline or diesel engine with a 10-speed automatic transmission. To remain competitive with large trucks like Chevrolet and Ram, the 6.7-liter turbo diesel V8 might get a boost in power.

The fall is predicted to see a debut. That suggests that it might debut as a 2023 model, while it should unquestionably be implemented for the 2024 model year, depending on how rapidly Ford ramps up production.