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2023 Ford Super Duty Interior Spied For First Time

Earlier this month, Ford Authority spies captured a 2023 Ford Super Duty prototype out testing for the very first time. In the days since, we’ve seen even more prototypes emerge, including a SuperCab and Crew Cab dually. Now, Ford Authority spies are giving us our very first look at the 2023 Ford Super Duty interior, too.

From this singular 2023 Ford Super Duty interior photo, we can see a steering wheel that’s very similar in design to the 2021 Ford F-150, though the rest of the cabin is covered up. That includes the dashboard, infotainment screen, and gauge cluster, concealing the changes that Ford has in store for the larger F-Series pickup, which is getting a redesign for the 2023 model year, as Ford Authority reported last month.

The 2022 Super Duty just received a host of updates, including an all-new, landscape-oriented 12-inch center touch screen, similar to what’s found in the 2021 F-150, which comes standard with SYNC 4 on Lariat and above models. SYNC voice control and a 4.2-inch center screen remain standard on XL series trucks with SYNC 3 available, while an 8-inch center touch screen and SYNC 3 are standard on XLT trimmed 2022 Ford Super Duty pickups.

Given these recent updates and the fact that the 2021 F-150 comes with a standard 8-inch touchscreen and SYNC 4, it’s not unreasonable to expect something similar for the 2023 Super Duty. It’s also quite possible that the interior of this Super Duty prototype is covered up to conceal a BlueCruise sensor setup, which would be located above the steering wheel.

Back in June, Ford Authority spies spotted a pair of Super Duty trucks driving around wearing AV (autonomous vehicle) hardware, used for hands-free driving technology, which could indicate that Ford plans on introducing its BlueCruise feature on the 2023 Super Duty.

We’ll have much more on the 2023 Super Duty soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord Super Duty news, and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Badhac

    2023 Is going to be a big MY for Ford

  2. Thurston Munn

    Ford interiors sure need some upgrading, they have fallen behind the competition. My old 2001 Excursion had a better interior than my 17 Expedition has. Too much plastic everywhere.

  3. Chad Fuqua

    Thurston I see your bum!

  4. Wayne Mackie

    The one question this interior 2023 SuperDuty pic seems to settle is that at least this example does not have a center console mounted shifter with fold down work surface. The pic seems to show the outline of a standard column mounted shifter.

  5. Edward Siani

    Ford wake up. you do for one you should do for the other were are the reclining seats and the work station with the hide away shifter and digital cluster I’m 72 want a new f-250 platinum diesel why don’t you make it an option or something cant weight forever

  6. Michael Farmer

    Please don’t copy GM’s bed step. I can’t imagine you’ve lost any sales because theres no bed step. The optional extended Running Boards and Kick-out Step works just fine. Your Tailgate Step is hands down better than GM and Ram combined, so please leave it alone. Go back to offering a Bed Side Tool Box like you did in the 60′ s & 70’s. That was one of the most useful options available. Quit coping. You don’t need to.

  7. Garrett Lenderman

    NO bed step!!! Match the 150 interior and offer some new colors for exterior on platinum and limited. An exterior stereo would be nice….

  8. Thomas

    The back bed doesn’t match the body of the truck they need to think that over deign it to match up to the truck it is ugly like that

  9. Rick

    This is the direction I assumed Ford would go with the F250’s interior. Take elements from the F150’s lauded interior and redefine it for the 3/4 ton. 👍 I didn’t see the column stalk – maybe they’re moving to a console lever or dial – even better. Maybe some refining and development for the powerstroke and more power for big gas motor. It’s gonna be cool 😎


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