Ford Unveils the New 2023 F-Series Super Duty Fleet

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America’s favorite pick-up truck just got a bunch of upgrades in both tech and performance. Today, Ford unveiled the 2023 Super Duty versions of the F-Series, featuring ramped-up capabilities whether you’re on a weekend camping trip or hauling a heavy load from the lumber yard.

Increasing the engine capacity with four V8 options, including the standard 6.8L — a bump from the previous 6.2L — which features optimal performance at low-end torque levels for inclines. There’s also a 7.3L option with best-in-class horsepower for a gas engine and two 6.7L Power Stroke V8s. Although the exact power figures are yet to be revealed, the larger engine sizes have also been guaranteed to be more fuel efficient than their progenitors.

Equipped with Pro Power Onboard, each of the trucks will provide 2kW of output power — more than enough to charge up an entire campsite and then some. A slew of new tech is also coming to the Super Duty line, such as Fleet Management and cutting-edge maintenance identifiers that keep track of your behavior behind the wheel. The new trucks are also the first in the United States to come embedded with 5G connectivity thanks to a new modem from Qualcomm that can also serve as a WiFi hotspot for as many as 10 devices.

Although the exact release date and price points have yet to be revealed, you can expect the new Ford Super Duty F-Series to roll out come early next year.

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