2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty now shipping to customers

(May 25, 2023) LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Ford is now shipping the F-Series Super Duty, to all-new 2023 pickup line to customers. The start of production follows a recent $700 million investment that added 500 jobs for Louisville-assembled products, including Super Duty – the latest evidence of Ford's Built for America commitment.

“The all-new 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty is the tough-tested icon that our customers trust. It is the smartest and most capable truck we’ve ever built offering must-have towing tech, embedded 5G capability, over-the-air updates plus an entire suite of available Ford Pro Intelligence solutions to help maximize uptime and accelerate productivity. And of course, its best-in-class payload and towing, more than any of our competitors, means this truck can take on any job,” said  Ted Cannis, Ford Pro CEO.

Ford assembles more vehicles in the U.S. and employs more hourly workers in America than any other automaker. And no product line embodies Ford’s commitment to American production than Ford F-Series, the best-selling trucks in the U.S. for 46 straight years.

Approximately 11,000 hourly workers — more than 9,000 at Kentucky Truck Plant and approximately 1,800 at Ohio Assembly Plant — assemble the Ford F-Series Super Duty. Between those two states, plant operations, local sales, suppliers and employees help support nearly 200,000 direct and indirect jobs and a combined GDP of approximately $19 billion.

In Kentucky, Ford employs more than 12,000 people and supports nearly 120,000 direct and indirect jobs in the state and a state GDP contribution of $11.8 billion.

Production and initial customer deliveries marks a pivotal moment for America’s truck leader and its customers – the builders and backbone of communities across the U.S.

In addition to BUILT FORD TOUGH power and capability, the all-new Super Duty is loaded with technology aimed at helping workers do their jobs. It is the first pickup in the U.S. with embedded 5G capability†, features a host of driver-assist technologies, and introduces the new Ford Pro Upfit Integration System, designed for customers who rely on upfits and body equipment such as utility cranes and plows to accomplish a job.

Super Duty’s 5G modem from Qualcomm Technologies can also provide a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 devices to help keep workers and families connected on the go, and support Ford Power-Up software updates while driving to keep making the truck better over time.