Ford’s fifth-generation Super Duty pickup arrived for the 2017 model year and received a modest refresh for 2020. But the Blue Oval is back with another update for its heavy-duty truck for 2022, though this time, it’s a series of modest changes that focus on adding a bit more tech alongside some new styling choices.
One of the most significant changes is inside with the availability of the optional 12-inch infotainment touchscreen, though Ford adds more than just extra screen real estate.
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