2019 Super Duty Commercial



Available blind spot information system covering truck and trailer
Only in a Ford Super Duty®  will you find the available BLIS®  (Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert and trailer coverage.10 * BLIS alerts you in the outside mirror when a vehicle is detected in a blind spot — and provides coverage for the truck you’re driving as well as the trailer you’re towing. The cross-traffic alert feature (for the truck only) can detect a vehicle passing behind when you’re slowly backing out of a driveway or parking place.10
*Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. (3,856 kg) GVWR based on Ford segmentation.
Available upfitter interface module and upfitter switches


Super Duty® offers an available factory-installed programmable upfitter interface module that helps upfitters connect the vehicle’s electrical system to the body easily and properly. It allows a direct CAN programmable logic interface to control devices using a laptop or notebook. And Super Duty offers available upfitter switches, located in an overhead console (shown), for a variety of aftermarket accessories such as a winch, lights, strobes and 2-way radio. They’re factory-installed, so there’s no need to cut into the truck’s electrical system. Six switches include two 40-amp switches (ignition on or off) plus four 25-amp switches (ignition on).
Trailer hitch guidance in centre instrument panel display  screen


A variety of available cameras* enhance visibility for easier navigation, and simplification of on-site tasks.10

  • The front camera not only provides a view of what is in front of the truck, but also provides a 180-degree view allowing you to see things blocked by objects in your field of view in tight situations.
  • The tailgate camera provides a view behind the truck, but also dynamic lines to show you the intended path of the truck, along with a hitch line to make hooking up a trailer simple, even without a spotter.
  • Cameras in the sideview mirror work in conjunction with the front and tailgate cameras to provide a 360-degree view around the truck (shown above).
  • A camera integrated into the third brake light simplifies hooking up a gooseneck or fifth wheel trailer.
  • The customer-placed rear trailer camera allows a view of what is behind the trailer on the centre stack screen in the cab.

The class-exclusive** Trailer Reverse Guidance9 uses the tailgate and sideview mirror cameras to provide an enhanced view of where the trailer is going, by showing the space beside the trailer, rather than the trailer itself in the centre stack display. 

*Cameras do not operate when vehicle exceeds forward speed of 10 kilometres per hour.
**Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. (3,856 kg) GVWR based on Ford segmentation.
Class exclusive available under seat storage box for Super Duty Crew Cab model


You’ll appreciate the convenience of Super Duty® interior design when you need to carry cargo and other items inside the cab. Both the SuperCab and Crew Cab models have a class-exclusive* rear flat load floor that helps make it easy to load large cargo. The SuperCab features rear hinged doors that open 170 degrees for easy loading. The four door Crew Cab offers an available class-exclusive* folding lockable under-seat box (shown) for storing loose items or things you’d want to keep concealed and secure.
*Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. (3,856 kg) GVWR based on Ford segmentation.
** Tools shown not included.
A rear image of a Ford pickup truck showing the tailgate step ready for use


The class-exclusive* integrated tailgate step makes it easier to access all of the payload that the Super Duty®  can carry. The step and handle stow inside the tailgate and can be easily accessed when needed.
*Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. (3,856 KG) GVWR based on Ford segmentation.
Steering wheel and instrument cluster of 2019 Ford Super Duty


Today’s generation of the Super Duty® is not only the toughest and strongest Ford heavy-duty pickup ever; it’s also the smartest Super Duty with a host of advanced available technologies including:

  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System)10 that covers the truck and the trailer
  • Cross-traffic alert to simplify backing out with limited sightlines
  • Trailer Reverse Guidance9
  • SYNC®390 with Apple CarPlay111 and Android Auto110
  • 360-degree camera10 to allow you to see clearly around the truck
  • 180-degree front camera10 to simplify maneuvering in tight areas 

U.S. Model Shown.

An image of a hand holding a cell phone with the FordPass Connect App on the screen

FordPass Connect112 – (Wi-Fi Hotspot)124

FordPass Connect is the one-stop app that can help you move more freely throughout your day.

Here’s how:

  • Lock, unlock, and start your vehicle remotely112 
  • Receive key vehicle info and schedule service
  • Compare fuel prices at stations along your route114 
  • Find parking114, reserve and pay ahead of time
  • Get FordPass help from a friendly FordGuide
  • FordPass Connect includes a 2-year subscription for remote features, excluding Wi-Fi Hotspot, starting on the vehicle sale date. Fees apply after the 2-year subscription112.

These are just some of the great things you can do with FordPass. If you haven’t already, download the FordPass app on the App Store®97 or on Google Play™.98

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