Superduty (F-250, 350)

6.2L Flex-Fuel Petrol V8

The 6.2L flex-fuel gas V8 is the standard engine in F-250 and F-350 models. It’s engineered to deliver peak torque at lower rpm and generates high torque throughout the midrange of the power band. The SOHC valvetrain with roller-rocker shafts results in a stiff valvetrain with an optimized intake and exhaust port layout for better breathing. The 6.2L in the F-250 is teamed up with the TorqShift™ G 6-speed transmission; in the F-350, it features the 10-speed automatic.

6.7L Power Stroke™ V8 Turbo Diesel

The available 6.7L Power Stroke™ V8 Turbo Diesel has a new 36,000-psi fuel-injection system, featuring injectors that can atomize fuel up to eight times per stroke to optimize combustion. It also features stronger block, cylinder heads, connector rods and bearings, plus new forged-steel pistons, which means 475 hp and 1424Nm. of torque at 1,600 rpm. It produces maximum horsepower at a lower RPM than any other engine at 2,600 rpm.* Finally, the engine features a newly redesigned electric-actuated variable-geometry turbocharger that improves throttle response and efficiency.

*475 horsepower at 2,600 RPM with available 6.7L Power Stroke™. Diesel engine. Class is Full-Size Pickups over 3856Kg. GVWR.

Ford Torqshift™ 10-Speed Automatic Transmission

All Super Duty™ models (except the 6.2L V8 F-250) feature a standard TorqShift™ 10-speed automatic transmission, engineered to optimize drive ratios and improve shift performance. You can choose from five selectable modes — Normal, Slippery, Tow-Haul, Eco, Deep Sand/Snow. Ford is the only manufacturer to design and build all of its heavy-duty engine and transmission combinations — ensuring the powertrain works seamlessly with all chassis components and vehicle calibrations.

Best-In-Class Diesel Horsepower And 1423 Nm. Of Torque

Torque is the brute force that gets you up and moving from idle with no strain or sweat, whether on a level paved road or up the steep hill of rocks and dirt on an off-road work site. Horsepower supplies the muscle that keeps you moving at speed over the course of a workday, whether you’re hauling a large payload in the pickup bed or towing a huge trailer. With an impressive available 1423Nm. of torque at 1,600 rpm and best-in-class 475 horsepower at 2,600 rpm produced lower than any other heavy-duty truck,* the thirdgeneration 6.7L Power Stroke™ V8 Turbo Diesel engine on the 2022 Ford Super Duty™ ensures you have the power you need to get the job done.

*475 horsepower at 2,600 RPM with available 6.7L Power Stroke™ Diesel engine. Class is Full-Size Pickups over 3856Kg. GVWR.

Best-In-Class* PTO Torque (Diesel)

The Super Duty power takeoff (PTO) offers more torque than any other heavy-duty truck, giving you more power for upfits just when you need it.** For added efficiency, the 10-bolt PTO mounting pattern provides a more secure mount for larger PTO devices to take greater advantage of this increased torque.

*Class is Full-Size Pickups over 3856kg GVWR.

**Requires afermarket power takeoff (PTO) accessory.

Diesel Engine Exhaust Braking

The 6.7L Power Stroke™ Turbo Diesel incorporates a driver-activated engine-exhaust brake. It restricts the turbocharger’s exhaust flow to generate back pressure and slow the vehicle, providing greater control while traveling downhill, regardless of vehicle load or road grade. Also, because the engine brake helps minimize having to apply pedal pressure, brake fade and lining wear are reduced, lowering the cost of maintenance. Three settings are available: On, off and Auto. The Auto setting modulates engine braking as needed to help maintain the speed you want based on accelerator and brake pedal use.


Operator-Commanded Regenaration With Active Inhibit (Diesel)

Some operating conditions, such as long idling, don’t generate enough engine heat for the diesel to automatically burn off soot in the diesel particulate filter. That’s where available Operator-Commanded Regeneration with Active Inhibit (diesel only) comes in. When the warning light comes on, pushing the activation button raises the exhaust temperature to burn off the soot, afer which the exhaust temperature reverts to normal. The active inhibit feature allows delay of regeneration when the vehicle is sitting over combustible materials, such as dry leaves or grass. Once in a safe place, the driver can manually start the regeneration process. Recommended for commercial applications.