The trailer guidance system on the Super Duty relies on steering, brake and throttle inputs from the driver, but the graphic overlay shows where the trailer is going.

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A steering wheel graphic helps drivers back up a trailer in a straight line.

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An alert will sound in the 2017 Ford Super Duty if the truck and trailer come close to jack kniving.

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The 2017 Ford Super Duty can tow up to 27,500 pounds with a fifth wheel set up.

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The Super Duty can tow 32,500 pounds with a gooseneck trailer.

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The Ford Super Duty comes with an available 6.7-liter turbocharged diesel V8 putting out 440 horsepower and a massive 925 pound-feet of torque.

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A gas-fueled engine is also available in the form of 6.2-liter V8, netting 385 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque.

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Nice LED running lights there, Ford.

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While still a massive truck, the Super Duty lost a total of 350 pounds from the 2016 model.

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The 2017 Ford Super Duty has a downhill assist function, which automatically applies the brakes on steep descents.

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Before in the background, after in the foreground.

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While not an off-road racing truck, the new Super Duty is able to crawl though tough obstacles with ease.

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Oooooh, flexy!

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The 2017 Ford Super Duty is happy to get dirty. Just apply throttle.

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