The body of Ford’s 2017 F-Series Super Duty trucks is made from military-grade aluminum alloy that Ford says is more dent-resistant than steel it replaces. Mounted on a new, high-strength steel frame, the alloys help reduce curb weight by up to 350 lbs. for better fuel efficiency.
Up to seven cameras on board help drivers see more angles, monitor conditions 360 degrees around the truck, and make maneuvering trailers easier.
Adaptive steering reduces necessary steering input at low speed and dampens steering sensitivity at higher speeds.
Adaptive cruise control and collision warning with brake support use sensors to detect slower vehicles moving in the same direction. If another vehicle is too close, red lights flash on the windshield and a warning sound chimes. If the driver does not hit the brakes, the brake system is pre-charged to stop faster when the brake pedal is pressed
- The most towing and hauling capability ever delivered by Super Duty
- Fully boxed frame up to 24 times stiffer than the previous frame
- Heavier-duty four-wheel-drive components, driveline, axles and towing hardware
- 360-degree camera system gives the driver a bird’s-eye view around the truck
- Trailer reverse guidance provides visual cues and tips to coach drivers through backing a trailer
- First-ever, factory-available camera can be attached to a trailer to improve visibility behind the trailer
- In-cab trailer tire pressure monitoring system
- All cabs – Regular, SuperCab and Crew Cab – are longer and feature a new interior design
- Blind Spot Information System: radar sensors in the tail lamps monitor areas not visible to the driver
- Lane departure warning alerts a driver with rumble-strip-like steering wheel vibrations when the truck strays
- New LED side mirror spotlights light up the area around the truck
- Class-exclusive quad-beam LED headlamps and tail lamps