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2023 Ford F-350 Super Duty XL Dually In Gray: Photos

Following its reveal in September, Ford Authority has spotted numerous 2023 Ford Super Duty pickups out and about, including a handful decked out in base trim – an F-250 with the STX Package, an F-350 XL chassis cab, and an F-600 XL chassis cab, to name just a few. Now, Ford Authority has spotted yet another version of the all-new pickup – a 2023 Ford F-350 Super Duty XL dually, this time finished in gray.

This 2023 Ford F-350 Super Duty XL is equipped with a handful of options – most notably, the XL Chrome Package, which includes chrome front and rear step bumpers, halogen fog lamps, and BoxLink – which adds four premium locking cleats and interface brackets for making the process of hauling all sorts of items in the bed a bit easier.

In terms of exterior design, one of the more obvious changes to the new Super Duty lies up front, where C-clamp headlights frame a new front grille design, mimicking a look that’s already quite common across The Blue Oval pickup lineup. Moving down the side, we get a better look at the 2023 Super Duty’s new cab, which is completely different from the one present on the current model, as well as its brand new bedside step, which is designed to make accessing items in the bed a little less painful, too.

Out back, we can see the Super Duty’s new taillight design, as well as steps that are integrated into the rear bumper. Additionally, the truck features an enhanced, integrated tailgate step to improve access there, too. Inside the cabin, the new pickup has been treated to a redesign and the addition of multiple tech features, including an all-new head-up display (HUD) designed to improve safety. Under the hood, the 2023 Super Duty features a revised engine lineup with a new standard gas 6.8L V8 and both regular and high output versions of the turbocharged Ford 6.7L V8 Power Stroke Scorpion.

So far, the 2023 Ford Super Duty has proven to be a hot commodity among consumers, as The Blue Oval racked up over 50,000 orders in the first week order banks were open – a number that grew to 150,000 by the end of November. Initial Job 1 production of the brand new pickup 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. However, quite a few options are already listed as late availability.

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 comprehensive 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. Sandy Dells

    When and where can I buy a 2023 Ford F 350 Lariet?

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  2. Sandy Dells

    Guadin Ford in Las Vegas is trying to charge $10,000 over MSRP for an F 350 that is on there lot? I thought Ford was telling dealers not to charge over MSRP. I myself will not buy anything over msrp!

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  3. Johnny

    You can order a f350 super duty for the msrp price in all southeast states

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  4. Johnny

    Buy American made products

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  5. Justin

    Love how Ford copied Chevy with the stupid steps in the bed and bumper. Looks so dumb! I used to look at chevys that had that and thought what a stupid, terrible looking thing to do, and now this!! I am totally disgusted!! 👎🏻 Nice job Ford engineering department, very original

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    1. RWFA

      Justin’s can only hum one bar of the “I hate ugly bad idea side steps copied from GM that Ford had lots of requests for so users wouldn’t need a tiny ladder or have to slip off the tire turning their ankles so Ford incorporated them but Justin still irrationally hates side steps.”

      It’s a boring little song, but he hums it all day long as is his right.

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  6. Walter Thomas

    Ford designers should go to a class on how to design base headlights. This is ridiculously hideous and bland. They are way too large to not have a design.

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