There are four days left until Ford reveals the new 2024 Ford Super Duty. In anticipation of the reveal, the company has launched a new teaser on the Ford Trucks Twitter account, reminding fans that the big pickup will be revealed on September 27 at 7:15 PM ET. Along with the reminder comes a video tailored for “the builders.”
2024 Ford Super Duty: Teaser Details
The 22-second video clip reveals some features for the new 2024 Ford F-Series Super Duty, including a 6.7L Power Stroke badge which confirms that the turbodiesel engine will continue with this new big truck. In its most powerful form, the diesel Power Stroke V8 engine gives the Ford Super Duty 475 horsepower and 1,050 lb-ft of torque in the current Super Duty. It also offers customers up to 24,200 lbs of towing capacity from a conventional hitch. However, it’s not yet clear if this workhorse of an engine will receive any modifications for its arrival in the next-generation F-Series Super Duty trucks.
Calling all builders: Tune in for the big reveal of the All-New Ford F-Series Super Duty® pickup trucks and chassis cabs on 9/27 at 7:15 PM ET 🛻 #SuperDuty https://t.co/wYN8Ozxn0d pic.twitter.com/Rxyw3aSl6u
— Ford Trucks (@FordTrucks) September 22, 2022
Other features we can see in the video is a Chrome door handle that’s likely to be located on higher trim levels like the Platinum or Limited. We also see the tailgate and wheels, but that’s not exactly groundbreaking stuff here. Three days ago, Ford CEO Jim Farley posted another teaser for the upcoming truck, which showcased the new headlights. Unfortunately, neither teaser video features an engine sound. Instead, we get dramatic music. But that doesn’t mean the Super Duty trucks will be silent, as Ford has revealed they don’t have plans to make the Super Duty electric despite plans for the company to be fully electric by 2040. It doesn’t make sense for this market space, but if hydrogen fuel cells continue to advance as they are, we may see something come to pass.
As for other 2024 Ford Super Duty family engines, we may see the elder 6.2L Boss V8 dropped in favor of a new 6.8L gas V8 based on the larger Godzilla. The new engine is expected to be built within the same plant within which the 7.3L Godzilla is manufactured.