The 2023 Ford Super Duty Reveal is Coming Up on September 27: Here’s What We Know So Far!

We don't have too much longer to wait for more info

  • The new Ford Super Duty debut is coming up on September 27.
  • Ford teased an 11-second clip revealing the new trucks’ headlight design, but there is little official information at this point.
  • We expect a technological leap for this new Super Duty lineup in line with the 2021+ Ford F-150, including a revamped interior, larger infotainment screen options and the company’s latest Sync 4 system.
  • Rumor has it a new powertrain option is coming as well: There may be a 6.8-liter gas V-8 to replace the aging 6.2-liter motor, but nothing is confirmed yet.

2023 Ford Super Duty

If the new Mustang reveal didn’t tickle your fancy, Ford plans to reveal the new Super Duty next week.

Now that we’ve gotten all the big Detroit Auto Show reveals out of the way — namely Ford’s seventh-generation Mustang pony car — it’s time to keep moving toward the next big debut. The revamped Super Duty lineup will claim a bigger physical footprint, to be sure, and now the Blue Oval shared exactly when we’ll have more information. To all you guys and gals in the TFLtruck community, then, make sure to mark your calendars for September 27.

At time of writing (September 20), we do not have a specific reveal time to share just yet, though when Ford offers that extra detail on its social channels, we’ll make sure to come back and update you all right here on

What do we know so far, and what has Ford shown?

Most recently, Ford teased a short clip of the upcoming Super Duty, with a few (sort of) informative shots. First up, we see the new headlight and daytime running light design. We aren’t moving away from a quad-light design, with what looks like the turn signals placed between the two headlamps on each side. Including the C-shaped DRLs, it’s a design obviously familiar to Ford’s smaller trucks, though it seems the company is keen to keep the heavy-duty trucks’ notorious boxy, no-nonsense look by not extending the DRLs into the bumper or further into the grille. That said, it appears the headlight assemblies are more tightly integrated into the grille design — and overall hints at some added flair against the outgoing generation.

Beyond that quick shot, we also see a quick flash of the truck’s lower valence and tires, as well as “Super Duty” embossed into the truck’s hood. Nothing terribly informative, though, so we’ll have to wait a week to see the new truck in its entirety.

Like the new F-150, it’s almost certain the 2023 Ford Super Duty lineup should incorporate a new infotainment screen layout, perhaps with multiple size options. Sync 4 should be on the menu, as well as over-the-air updates, at least for certain software features.

Based on earlier spy shots, we also have it on pretty solid authority that the heavier F-450 will return, as well. We’ve seen some dually prototypes with 10-lug wheels, suggesting the F-450-and-up models are sticking around.

2023 Ford Super Duty Reveal

What’s this I hear about a new engine?

Styling aside, the potential powertrains on offer are likely more interesting to most folks out there. To that end, rumors are swirling about a new gasoline engine to replace the aging 6.2-liter “Boss” V-8.

Specifically, a 6.8-liter gasser may emerge in the 2023 Ford Super Duty lineup, adding another option against the 7.3-liter “Godzilla”. As for exactly what that will look like, it’s tough to say at this point. The old 6.2 puts out 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. The Godzilla, for its part, manages 430 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque in its stock tune. There’s not a huge delta between the two there, so Ford may focus on fuel economy rather than out and out grunt. Ford could split the difference, too, and peg a potential 6.8 somewhere around 400 horsepower and 450(ish) lb-ft. Again, we’ll have to wait and see if this engine turns up at all, let alone what its output would be.

Stay tuned to find out more on September 27. After the reveal, order books should open up sometime in the coming weeks.