To date, the 2023 Ford Super Duty has been spied and teased on numerous occasions, giving us a pretty good idea of what to expect when the redesigned pickup officially debuts tomorrow, September 27th. Now, a little over a full day prior to that event, we’re getting our best, most comprehensive look to date at the new 2023 Ford Super Duty, albeit in the form of a video teaser that was posted to Twitter by the automaker itself.
Calling all builders: Tune in for the big reveal of the All-New Ford F-Series Super Duty® pickup trucks and chassis cabs on 9/27 at 7:15 PM ET 🛻 #SuperDuty https://t.co/wYN8Ozxn0d pic.twitter.com/Rxyw3aSl6u
— Ford Trucks (@FordTrucks) September 22, 2022
In the short clip, we get a look at various pieces of the new Super Duty, including the front wheel, the lower portion of the cab, door handle, and the tailgate. Overall, what we can see is that the pickup retains much of the current model’s styling, as expected, but there’s one more tiny detail in the video that’s also revealing – the presence of a door-mounted badge for the Ford 6.7L V8 Power Stroke Diesel engine, confirming that it will continue to be available.
As Ford Authority exclusively reported earlier this month, the 2023 Super Duty will also be available with a new gas 6.8L V8, which is equipped with Dual Equal Variable Camshaft Timing (DEVCT) technology and port fuel injection and will enter production next year. The new Super Duty will not be available with any sort of hybrid powerplant, however.
On the outside, 2023 Super Duty King Ranch models will get a unique “running W” grille, while an integrated side bed step will debut on the pickup as well. The interior of the new pickup has also been spied on numerous occasions to date, revealing a new design with some familiar cues, as well as a new single binnacle design.