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2023 Ford Super Duty Production Schedule Revealed

As Ford Authority reported earlier today, 2023 Ford Super Duty order banks are now scheduled to open up on October 27th, an interesting development after those order banks were previously expected to open earlier this month, and then on November 14th. Regardless, Ford also noted that the all-new pickup is expected to launch in early 2023, with some trims and features available starting next spring. Now, sources familiar with the matter have revealed the entire 2023 Ford Super Duty production schedule to Ford Authority, shedding a little more light on this situation.

Initial Job 1 2023 Ford Super Duty production will begin in early 2023 for XL, XLT, and Lariat trims in all cab configurations, engines, and series, from the F-250 up to the F-600. Meanwhile, Job 2 2023 Super Duty production for King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims will follow in the spring of 2023. Order banks for both Job 1 and Job 2 trucks will still open on the same day, however.

Though it looks somewhat similar to the outgoing, current-gen model, the 2023 Ford Super Duty does offer up a variety of brand new or enhanced features, including a revised tailgate step, an all-new cab, a beefed up frame for improved towing, and the relatively new Fully Networked Vehicle (FNV) electrical architecture, which helps prevent hackers from gaining access to the truck, but also promises to make life a lot tougher on third-party tuners.

Meanwhile, the 2023 Super Duty has ditched the long-running Ford 6.2L V8 for a new 6.8L V8 engine as its standard powerplant, which will enter production at the Windsor Engine plant in January, as Ford Authority reported earlier this month. Some things will remain the same with the brand new pickup, however, including the presence of the old tried-and-true column shifter.

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.

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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Comments

  1. Tim

    So, when is production to start? Staggered or on same date? Do you proof what you write?

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  2. Tim

    Ok reread it the ORBER BANKS. Open on the same day. You seem to rattle on in that paragraph. My bad

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  3. HoosierDaddy

    Best comment string ever.

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  4. Roy Roberts

    I ordered a 2023 ford f250 lariat back in october the dealership doesnt tell me whats going on with job #1 or anything about whats going on.Does anyone know?

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    1. Annie

      Roy, we ordered a 350 lariat back in October and got an email a few weeks ago that job 1 starts production this month. No idea how long it will take once production begins though.

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      1. Jay

        I called Ford corporate and they told me as of March 2, 2023 there has not been one production super duty made. They only have materials to make 25 percent of the trucks currently special ordered (300,000 plus as of then), that number does not take into account all the trucks that they have to supply for dealer stock. I ordered my F 350 diesel lariat Tremor in the beginning of February and was told it may not arrive until December or January. Order banks for the super duty will also be closing this month. I guess we just have to be patient.

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  5. Sheffield

    I’ve been waiting since 1/17/22 for a F250 Lariat and still no information. I’m now thinking about
    going to a 2023 Chevy. I’m a ford man but this Is BS.

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  6. Lee C Olsen

    Hi there I ordered a new F350 Lariat love my ford, Use to drive chevy till they quit building trucks in 1989 and started building cars with truck body’s on them, would never own a dodge, but I’m lost on what ford is doing. Scrap those electric piles of junk and get back to building super duty’s Screw joe biden

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  7. Bruce

    I agree with Lee C Olsen, Its beyond time that Ford forgets electric garbage vehicles and get back to what Ford use to do best, build the best gas and diesel pickups on the market!

    Reply
  8. Richard strick

    I ordered a 2023 f250 platinum tremer with the high output diesel no word when it will be built

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  9. Bruce

    I ordered a 2003 F 250 Lariat on November 12, 2022 and still no word on a build date. Why does Ford keep taking orders if they can’t build the trucks in a timely manner?

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  10. Bruce

    My apology, my 2003 Lariat is to be a F 250 high output diesel

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  11. Thomas

    When will we be able to build a f450 limited

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  12. Ed M

    I ordered a 22 f450 limited in February of last year, never got put into production, and no word what they are doing. So I ordered a 23 f450 limited in October when the order gates opened, and I have no idea when or if I will see it either 16 months of waiting. Thank goodness the 99 7.3l Powerstroke still can pull what I need.

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  13. lee olsen

    Well ordered my 2023 lariat f350 last october hopefully it shows up this week finely got the vin and been watching it and tracking it being built to shipping its almost like watching molasses move in the winter. my dealer says ford keeps trying to make them take these joe biden junk electric crap when they have real demand for super duty trucks. fords ceo needs to pull his head out of his ass and quit kissing joe bidens ass and get back to building real trucks that people want.

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