Ford is adding new engines, greater connectivity and smart new driver-assist technology across its commercial vehicle lineup.
First up, America’s truck leader introduces the all-new F-600 Super Duty chassis cab, a medium-duty truck with the right size, power and technology to tackle the toughest jobs.
F-600 delivers the capability of a Class 6 truck – including a maximum GVWR of 22,000 lb – in a familiar Class 5 Super Duty package.
With F-600, customers no longer have to choose between a truck that doesn’t have enough payload to carry all the tools they need to a job site and a truck that’s too big. The Built Ford Tough F-600 stands poised to go where bigger trucks can’t.
Updates to Transit, Super Duty chassis cab, Medium Duty trucks, E-Series and stripped chassis complete the refresh of Ford’s entire commercial vehicle lineup that began 13 months ago with the introduction of the 2019 Transit Connect.
All Ford commercial vehicle product lines are updated with standard modems with 4G LTE Wi-Fi for up to 10 devices to help keep drivers and crews connected while on the job or on the road.
Ford’s all-new 7.3-litre V8 gasoline engine that debuted last month in F-Series Super Duty pickups is also available in Super Duty chassis cab; F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks, E-Series, and F-53 and F-59 stripped chassis. This 7.3-litre V8 generates more torque and power than the 6.8-litre V10 engine it replaces.
With Ford’s class-exclusive choice of gasoline or diesel powertrains and 4×2 or 4×4 drivetrains, F-600 lets fleets spec the truck they want instead of settling for one that’s available. F-600 can be ordered in early 2020 and will be available in mid 2020.
New for 2020 Super Duty chassis cab, customers can choose from three engines – the 7.3-litre gas V8, a third-generation 6.7-litre Power Stroke diesel or a 6.2-litre gas V8.