September 22, 2023

After unveiling the brand new Mustang previous this month, Ford is set to take the wraps off a wholly other car evolved for paintings moderately than play. The 2023 Tremendous Responsibility lineup is debuting on KenTRUCKy Day, which is an actual factor proclaimed by means of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear. The development is arranged to happen at Churchill Downs, house of the Kentucky Derby, the place the F-250/F-350 will smash duvet later these days to combat Chevy’s 2024 Silverado HD.

Even supposing there were a couple of teasers within the build-up to these days’s premiere, Ford has been awfully quiet in regards to the new Tremendous Responsibility. One of the vital clips shared on social media did display an aspect brand with a purple “6.7L” subsequent to “Energy Stroke” lettering, thus revealing diesel energy is right here to stick. As an aspect notice, Chevy up to date the 6.6-liter Duramax and it now makes 470 hp (346 kW) and a colossal 975 lb-ft (1,322 Nm) of torque.

At the fuel facet, a contemporary record indicated the 2023 Tremendous Responsibility will obtain a newly evolved naturally aspirated 6.8-liter V8 to switch the ageing 6.2-liter V8 nicknamed “Boss.” The mid-cycle refresh is not likely to introduce a hybrid possibility for the workhorse, so the massive truck is thought to solider on with ICE-only powertrains.

Undercover agent photographs have printed the Blue Oval is as soon as once more making ready an in depth array of trim ranges as we’ve got noticed prototypes of the XL and XLT in addition to the fancier King Ranch and Platinum. All are anticipated to percentage a redesigned entrance comparable to the smaller F-150’s fascia. There must be some vital adjustments at the inside of the place resources with reference to Dearborn have indicated a big show, probably measuring 12 inches at the higher-end trims.

Following these days’s authentic debut, the revised Ford Tremendous Responsibility must move on sale in early 2023. Manufacturing is anticipated to proceed on the factories in Kentucky and Ohio.