2024 Super Duty®


Brains to Match its Brawn

For years, Super Duty® trucks have been a constant in power and capability. The 2024 Super Duty offers an advanced generation of innovative technology.
Interior of a 2024 Ford Super Duty® F-350® LARIAT

12-inch Digital Instrument Cluster

A customizable available 12-inch digital instrument cluster delivers vital data in brilliant high-resolution clarity. Realistic graphics have a modern, state-of-the-art look.

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Standard on all models, SYNC® 4 technology gives you complete control of the innovative tech in your Super Duty® truck, running on either an 8-inch screen or available large 12-inch screen. Available Enhanced Voice Recognition, cloud-based connectivity and so much more bring you a seamless and personalized driving experience. 27
A person holding the steering wheel with the head-up display projected onto the windshield in a 2024 Ford Super Duty® pickup

Head-Up Display

The available Head-Up Display (HUD) helps you keep your eyes fixed firmly on the road while having important information like speed limit, driver assist details and more projected onto the windshield in your line of sight without being obstructive. Plus, you can customize the information you see and the location on the windshield. *
*Don’t drive while distracted. See Owner’s Manual for details and system limitations.

5G Wi-fi Hotspot

Ford owners and passengers can enjoy an available 5G in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot, powered by AT&T. Up to 10 devices can connect at once, and you can use to keep track of your Wi-Fi data usage.
Man working on laptop inside a 2024 Ford Super Duty® F-250® XL pickup

Ford Co-Pilot 360 Technology

Driver-assist technologies are about supplementing your driving skills. 10 They can alert you to a potential collision and help you react before it can occur. With this advanced technology, you can feel in command when you’re on the road. *
*Feature availability varies by vehicle.

Pro Trailer Backup Assist

Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned pro at backing up a trailer, the available Pro Trailer Backup Assist makes it easy. 10 Rotate a knob on the instrument panel left or right in the direction you want the trailer to go. It’s that simple. Initial set-up required.

360-degree Camera System

Between glancing in the rear-view mirror and craning your neck, backing up requires a little multitasking. So we help make it easier. Now get an eye-in-the-sky perspective. An available 360-Degree Camera System and 12-inch display screen allow you to see if you’re free and clear on all sides of your truck so you can navigate in Reverse with more confidence. *10
*Requires 360-Degree Camera Package; available early 2024. 360-Degree Trailer Camera Kit available spring 2024.

BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) With Trailer Coverage

It’s rush hour on the interstate. You’re towing a fully loaded trailer. And you need to change lanes. Available BLIS with Trailer Coverage can help ease lane-change anxiety. With an improved coverage range that includes 5th-wheel and gooseneck towing, it can alert you not only when a vehicle is spotted in your blind spots, but also when one is alongside the trailer. 10

Adaptive Cruise Control With Stop-and-go & Lane Centering Plus Speed Sign Recognition

This feature takes conventional cruise control to a new level. Available on select Ford vehicles is a series of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) features employing advanced radar and camera technology. 10 ACC lets you set a cruising speed and distance from the vehicle ahead of you. When it slows down, you automatically do too; when traffic picks back up, you resume your preset speed and distance. Then comes ACC with Stop-and-Go, which enables you to come to a complete stop when the vehicle ahead stops. * Now add Lane Centering, which scans the lane markings to help you stay in your lane if the system detects you’re drifting out of it. And that’s not all. Now there’s Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, which includes all of these features plus new Speed Sign Recognition that can automatically adjust the set speed of your vehicle to the posted speed limit.
*If the vehicle is stopped for more than three seconds, the driver must intervene and press the “RES” button or accelerator pedal to resume system operation.

Intersection Assist

It’s not easy to traverse a busy intersection, especially when you need to consider other vehicles around you. Available Intersection Assist can help. Intersection Assist uses the front camera and radar sensors to detect oncoming traffic while you are attempting to turn left. If there’s a risk of a potential collision with an oncoming vehicle, your vehicle can alert you and apply the brakes. 10,* This just might give you more confidence when attempting to make a left turn at an intersection.
*Intersection Assist does not detect all vehicles in intersections, pedestrians, or cyclists. It does not replace safe driving.

Pre-collision Assist® With Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)

We should all drive defensively, but sometimes other people’s lack of attention can create a hazard. This available feature scans the road ahead and can alert you to potential collisions with vehicles detected in your path. If an impact becomes imminent and you don’t take corrective action, the brakes can apply automatically. But don’t worry – they’ll only activate if they’re needed. *
*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and the need to control the vehicle. Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking detects pedestrians, but not in all conditions, and can help avoid or reduce a collision. It does not replace safe driving. See Owner’s Manual for details and limitations.

Stay Connected Anywhere, On Any Job

No matter where your job takes you, on or off the road, Ford puts you quickly and easily in touch through an in-vehicle touchscreen and voice-activated technology as well as smartphone apps. Connect with people, navigate to a destination, get useful trip information just about anytime, anywhere.