This is the best look yet at the revised Ford F-Series Super Duty, caught once again while testing in Dearborn, Michigan.
The Super Duty models will undergo some moderate updates, including some already seen on the facelifted ’18 F-150 pickups shown last year. These include the new 10-speed automatic transmission and likely some of the driver safety technology that now goes under the Co-Pilot 360 name.
Bigger changes are under the hood. A new V8 engine is slated to replace the aging 6.8L V10 gasoline unit and thereby improve fuel economy. According to sources, the new V8 will be 7.0L with production slated for Windsor, Ontario. Outside, the front end will be revised with a new grille and redesigned headlights, while the rear will likely mimic the changes seen on the F-150 with revised taillights, tailgate and a new tailgate latch.
The new Super Duty will likely be released next year as a ’20 model.
Photo credit: Brian Williams, SpiedBilde