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2023 Ford F-250 XLT SuperCab: Real World Photo Gallery

The all-new Ford Super Duty was revealed in late September 2022, finally giving us a good look at the 2023 Ford F-250 in full. The heavy duty pickup launched with new interior and exterior styling, along with a brand new powerhouse under the hood and plenty of new features to boot. Recently, Ford Authority had the chance to get a good look at the new Ford F-350 Limited in person, and now, we’ve spotted a Ford F-250 XLT SuperCab out and about for the first time.

This particular F-250 sports a coat of Race Red. Up front, it boasts a black grille that contrasts nicely with its bright red paint scheme, facing the world along with a flashy chrome bumper and halogen headlights.

Moving around to the side, this pickup has black running boards, black towing mirrors, black door handles and Ford’s innovative SecuriCode system. Also note the new integrated side step along the side of the bed that allows for ease of access to the pickup’s cargo. Out back, this 2023 Ford F-250 has a single-exit exhaust setup, mounted below a chrome bumper with the integrated bed step.

This 2023 Ford F-250 likely harnesses the new 6.8L V8 engine, which, interestingly, the development team elected not to name. That engine is bolted to Ford’s 10-speed automatic transmission, while four-wheel drive is standard on all XLT trimmed trucks and above.  Other changes made to F-Series Super Duty include a frame that was strengthened in several key areas in order to offer “the most towing, payload, torque, and horsepower of any heavy-duty full-size truck,” according to the automaker.

The 2023 Ford Super Duty will continue to be produced at the Kentucky Truck plant and Ohio Assembly plant and is expected to launch in spring 2023.

We’ll have 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 continuous Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Tim

    Guess where this truck is going to start rusting.

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  2. Zeroni

    Not a fan of the new face… the giant headlights and fender vents look like a freaking fish with gills. All those tacked on steps look like last minute add-ons. This design is a mess; not typical of a Ford.

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    1. JeffI

      I’m not liking it either, but won’t be many made. As a medium size Ford dealer they’re telling me I’ll get 11-14 of these for the entire 23 model year.

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  3. John Rus

    I like how they have made it an extended can short bed. I’ve owned two of them, current one is an ’11. And love it to bits, suites my needs perfectly and I think a really good looking configuration.

    Kinda entertaining an ’22 but I’d be looking at some big dollars for that. Mine was expensive enough.

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  4. George Pouliot

    With all the $$$ they get for these trucks today you would at least think you were getting a FULL TRUCK and not a half of one. What’s with ditching the 8 foot bed and no I’m not interested in the XL model. How about making a REAL TRUCK!!!! #WORKINGMAN

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