Friday, September 25, 2015

2017 Ford Super Duty Reveal

The most advanced Ford Super Duty to date, has officially been revealed. The incredible new truck was unveiled to a live audience at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas on September 24, 2015. Throughout the presentation, the all-new Super Duty was continuously referred to as the "toughest, smartest, and most capable Super Duty, ever."

The all-new Ford Super Duty will come with a high-strength aluminum alloy body, saving up to 350 pounds. For the first time ever, Super Duty will have a fully boxed steel frame. With taller cross sections, through-welded crossmembers, and up to six-times more high strength steel, this new frame is built to last and will be up to 24 -times stiffer. The truck will also come equipped with bigger axles, larger brakes, upgraded suspension, an upgraded fifth wheel hitch, and a reinforced cargo bed. That means, the Super Duty just got even tougher.

As previously mentioned, the all-new Super Duty has been highlighted as the "smartest" Super Duty, ever. The truck will come with a host of features, including blind spot monitoring for both the truck and a tailer, tire pressure monitoring for both the truck and a trailer, adaptive cruise control designed to function even while towing, and SYNC 3. The vehicle will also feature seven cameras, with the ability to display a 360-degree view, and 180-degree split views on both the front and back of the truck. Other camera features include a camera washer, a zoom feature, and a remote camera that can be attached to the back of a trailer. With features like these, it's clear that this truly will be, the "smartest" Super Duty, ever.

Though the truck is still a year away from launch, it's projected to tow more, and have the highest payload rating of any Super Duty, ever. Along with a new design and a truck-load of new features, the all-new Ford Super Duty is sure to be a truck you can count on. By the time consumers get their hands on this truck, the Super Duty will have been tested for the equivalent of 12 million miles. All of this is done to make sure you get a hardworking truck that gets the job done.