The redesigned 2023 Ford Super Duty made its debut back in September, and since then, Ford Authority has spotted a few examples of different configurations of the heavy pickup throughout the last few months. For example, we snapped photos of an F-600 XL chassis cab, an F-350 Limited, an F-250 King Ranch Tremor, an F-350 Regular Cab, an F-350 XL Chassis Cab, and an F-250 XL with the STX Appearance Package. We’ve also spotted a Ford F-450 Lariat wearing the Stone Gray exterior color, and now, we’ve spied an F-450 Super Duty dually dressed in the same hue.
As a reminder, Stone Gray is a brand new color for the 2023 model year, and it suits the Super Duty line quite well. This particular Ford F-450 shows off the heavy duty pickup’s revised exterior styling that sets it apart from prior model years, including a redesigned front bumper with plenty of chrome. Additionally, along the side of this truck’s bed, the handy new Integrated Side Bed Step is clearly visible, along with the Rear Bumper Step. This pickup also features the enhanced integrated tailgate step.
Aside from refreshed exterior styling, the 2023 Ford Super Duty line boasts a wide array of new technologies designed to help drivers handle everyday scenarios from simple driving to heavy towing. Towing assists include Onboard Scales with Smart Hitch, the 360-Degree Trailer Camera System, Blind Spot Information System for Fifth Wheel & Gooseneck, Tailgate Down Camera and Tailgate Down Reverse Sensing System, Pro Trailer Hitch Assist, and Trailer Navigation.
Across the board, the 2023 Ford Super Duty XLT trim and above now feature four-wheel-drive capabilities as standard, along with the turbodiesel 6.7L V8 Power Stroke engine, which is capable of 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque.
We’ll have more on the 2023 Super Duty soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series news, Ford Super Duty news, and continuous Ford news coverage.
Maybe you could have a story about what issues are keeping the ’23 SD’s from shipping. Lots of rumors floating around, but hearing some facts would be nice. I’ve heard that it’s any day now, but what’s the holdup?
I would like to see such a story as well.
I ordered a platinum 450 in November I have not heard a word I believe I made a mistake. Fire the ceo he has a hard on for elon musk
Troll’s jealous semi-literacy is showing.
Oh hi DDOS Joe, did you log in with the wrong handle again?
How many of the bad faith K-street sockpuppet handles do you run?
And semi-literate, like royal LoL hahahaha at your clumsy insult. (Guess we have to expect that but truth be told, I like your impotent insults because it’s positive feedback that I’m successfully eviscerating your sociopathic K-street business model.)
Loyal Ford owner for the last 38 years… until Friday, February 24, 2023. After contacting my local dealer (Luther Family Ford, Fargo, ND) back in October about putting my name on the list to order a 23 F350 King Ranch Tremor, I finally got a call from the salesman second week of January telling me he had one allocation left to fill and it was mine. BUT, it HAD to be a PLATINUM Tremor or LIMITED. Far more than I was going to spend. On 2/24/23, I placed my order… for a 2024 GMC 3500 DENALI for the same as I was going to be paying for a King Ranch Tremor. There’s nothing the Ford will do that the GMC won’t. There’s nothing a Ford will do for me after Ford Motor Company and their fast and loose dealer f#cking of customers will ever be able to repair.
Stone Gray has been around since at least 2020, I almost bought a 2020 in stone gray
Apparently, some people haven’t been told what the 23 SDs schedule is and has been since Sept last year.
First off, there’s a Job 1 and a Job 2. Job 1 is the first production run, building the XL, XLT and Lariats. job 2 is the building of the high end, Kings, Plats and Limited. Job 1 was to start early in 23 and Job 2, sometime in spring of 23. As far as I can tell, they haven’t started any yet, probably still finishing 22s or switching the factory over to the new model 23s. No matter what, I wouldn’t hold your breath for any of them, because there was 245,000 orders placed in the first 2 months.
I ordered a King back in October and hope to see it by July, but as I said, not holding my breath.
I totally agree that Ford should provide more details on the 2023 Super Duty production.
The rumour is that Ford is still experiencing supply chains issues mainly with regards to chips but the CEO does not have any answers other than waiting until the problems goes away ? I thought CEOs deserved the big $ to solve problems ?
Seems like the supply issues are not impacting the F-150 as much. For the last 8 months or so, up here north of the border, there are tons of 150s but hardly any Super Duty in stock. Asking price is more than MSRP for the very few 2022 Super Duty trucks that are around.
Is if Ford is deliberately not optimizing Super Duty production to see how far they can push pricing ?