2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty Is The First 5G Pickup Truck
The new F-Series Super Duty range basically modernizes the old pickup truck everyone knows about by giving the pickup its EV counterpart’s smarts. This includes things like vehicle management via Ford Pro Telematics, intelligent cruise control, built-in smart scales for cargo weight estimation, front and rear brake assist, proximity sensors for potential collision alerts, and an “industry-first” rear camera sensor system that notifies and guides drivers when backing up with the tailgate down. Its 12-inch digital gauge cluster is complimented by a colored heads-up display, while a 360-degree trailer camera system helps mitigate blind spots. Sure, the 2023 F-Series Super Duty sounds like it strictly means business, but there’s still room for leisure on the inside too.
Aside from seats that can recline almost horizontally, there’s also an 8-inch center console, and a 640-watt 8-speaker Bang and Olufsen Sound System, both upgradeable to a 12-inch display and 1,080-watt 18-speaker system, respectively. Of course, it can also serve as a high-speed internet hotspot for up to 10 devices. Its built-in 5G modem courtesy of Qualcomm translates to faster speed and quality standards in terms of downloads, software updates, and navigation performance, to name a few. Overall, Ford’s new F-Series Super Duty sounds like it’s offering EV tech conveniences, but without the F-150 Lightning’s frustrating limitations. With a fast-refueling mobile powerhouse for work and play, who needs range anxiety?
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