Ford has released the details and specifications of a new and improved versions of its F-Series Super Duty lineup at the 2013 State Fair of Texas. The 2015 Ford Super Duty King Ranch seamlessly combines elements of Texas-inspired luxury and Ford capability.
The new Ford F-250 Super Duty is powered by a new 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 turbo diesel engine, which gets a larger GT37 turbocharger, enabling more airflow to the engine to produce more power beyond today’s 400 horsepower and 800 lb.-ft. of torque. In addition, a new exhaust temperature sensor enables more accurate fuel control, which improves both durability and driveability – especially when towing.
Other changes for 2015 include a strengthened frame, suspension, new commercial-grade 19.5-inch wheels and tires, and core work components shared with F-Series Super Duty chassis cab models.
Exterior updates for Ford Super Duty King Ranch include the new, darker Caribou paint for the wheel lip moldings, bumpers and lower body. The bed rail caps, bumper caps and running boards are executed in black. The Running W brings focus to the wheel caps as well.
On the interior a lighter, richer shade of Mesa leather trims the seats, center console lid, armrests and steering wheel. On the new Super Duty King Ranch, the Running W – the brand used on cattle raised at the ranch – provides a focal point for the interior.