Khodrocar - The iconic Ford Super Duty range is getting a refresh. An all-new version of the truck could debut as early as next year, and we have spy photos to prove it. Our photographers captured the camouflaged pickup on public roads near Ford headquarters in Dearborn. Though we don't get a good look at the new truck in its entirety, there are some unique cues to point out.
For one, the front fascia will get redesigned. This prototype previews a more sculpted grille, and what looks like a larger Ford logo affixed front and center. Don't expect a huge departure from the current model, though. The current Super Duty received a refresh earlier this year. Not a ton will change in the rear either. The taillights will undoubtedly get a refresh, and the bed should get an update in-line with the F-150, but that appears to be it.
In the cabin, expect many of the same treatments to carry over. Unfortunately, these images don't provide any look at the cabin. We do know that the F-350 will get Ford's Co-Pilot 360 safety tech for the first time – and what kind of engine it might have.
Gone is the ancient 6.8-liter Triton V10. In its place will be a more efficient V8 paired with a 10-speed automatic. Reports suggest the displacement could actually jump from to 7.0 liters, as will the power, and that the engine will be built at Ford's Windsor, Ontario facility in Canada. The same 6.7-liter Powerstroke turbodiesel V8 should carry over, but don't expect the 6.2-liter V8 on the next-gen truck.
The new Ford Super Duty will make its debut in late 2019 before going on sale early in 2020. No word on pricing, but expect a slight uptick over the current F-350.