Ford F-series have been always kind of unpretty. Just a big trucks used for working and nothing else. On the top of this they are awful inside, especially the base versions. Because of this reasons the design team in Ford decided to update the F-Series Super Duty Trucks. The main goals are to make the vehicle more attractive outside and more comfortable inside.

There will be 2 new engines for the F-Series. More powerful 6.7-litre Power Stroke V-8 turbocharged diesel, which is capable of running on Biodiesel and a new 6.2-litre V-8 gasoline engine, which can run on ethanol mixtures. The diesel V8 is expected to deliver more than 390 hp and about 720 lb-ft of torque. The powerfull 6.2 litre petrol engine will deliver around 400hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.

The exterior packages depend on the modification, which you will choose. The XL package features chrome bumpers and chrome center caps on the wheels. XLT adds a chrome grille, fog lamps and chrome surrounds on the side vent badging. Lariat adds two-tone on wheel lip. King Ranch adds unique painted grille surround, wheels, Pale Adobe box top moldings and running board, and King Ranch badging.

The interior is slightly changed, but there are some very useful upgrades. The main storage bin, which is lockable, encompasses many attributes to help make the 2011 Ford Super Duty the perfect office on wheels. The base includes a rubber mat with a lip that aids storage of items such as laptops, notebooks or binders. The underside of the console bin lid includes storage options for pens, pencils, highlighters, business cards, tire gauges, small flashlights and tissue, among other items.Map pockets are provided on both driver and passenger sides.A two-level front storage compartment accommodates four cup holders, which are in two identical, removable modules. Each module can be individually removed to create larger storage tray spaces, or both can be removed and easily stowed for even more open space. A false-bottom tray, sitting just below the cup holder modules, creates an additional storage compartment that also can be removed to create one deep tub of storage space.Standard 110-volt inverter and socket at the rear of the console.12-volt powerpoints at the rear of the console and inside the main bin; the powerpoint in the main bin is raised for easier access and a cord pass-through notch allows coiled cords or multiple cords to pass through the console with the armrest lid closed.

The seats also are improved for better comfort. They are available with available 10-way power adjustments. The front seats can be heated and cooled, and the driver's seat has manual lumbar support standard.

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