2020 Super Duty



At Ford we know what it means to build a capable truck for the job at hand. That’s why we offer available live-drive power takeoff (PTO) provision with Mobile mode*, as well as class-exclusive** folding lockable under-seat storage box in extended-cab models — features that can mean increased productivity on the job site.
*Requires aftermarket power takeoff accessory
**Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. GVWR
2020 Ford Super Duty with fifth wheel hitch towing hay



Whether your Super Duty® runs on diesel or gas power, available is the optional live-drive power takeoff (PTO) provision with mobile mode* that enables you to power an aftermarket snowplow, pump, compressor or other accessory. The PTO provision is available across the entire engine lineup. An output gear connects directly to the engine crankshaft to power your PTO anytime the engine is running, whether the truck is in motion or stopped.
*Requires aftermarket power takeoff (PTO) accessory.
2020 Ford Super Duty on construction site having equipment lowered into bed
Man working at night in pickup bed with L E D lighting


The 2020 Ford Super Duty® offers available LED lighting in the pickup box. And LED side-mirror spotlights are a handy feature included with the available PowerScope® trailer tow mirrors. So you can keep on working after the sun has set.
Construction worker grabbing a tool out of the rear seat storage and lockable under seat storage box


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 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. And the four-door Crew Cab offers an available class-exclusive* folding lockable under-seat box that is integrated into the floor of the vehicle for storing loose items or things you’d want to keep concealed and secure.
*Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. GVWR.
110 volt 400 watt A C outlet


The 110-volt/400-watt (300 watts when driving) conventional AC outlet is optional in select models. It can help you get things done on the job, such as powering an accessory or recharging a battery. An outlet is located on the instrument panel (all cabs) and at the rear of the available flow-through center console (SuperCab and Crew Cab).
Smart phone charging on wireless charging pad


The new available wireless charging pad accepts a wide range of devices with built-in charging capability. Simply set your phone with charging side down on the pad, located in the center console, while the vehicle is either running or in accessory mode. When your phone is fully charged, the unit will maintain it even while you’re streaming music or making a call through the available SYNC® 3 system.
Not all phones are compatible with wireless charging. Devices without built-in wireless charging require an additional manufacturer-approved receiver or sleeve. Wireless phone charger supports Qi.


Ford Super Duty® offers features that help make every hard day on the job easier. Available running boards, in regular and extended lengths, assist in getting in and out of the cab, as well as accessing the front of the pickup bed. An optional power-deployable version extends automatically when the door is opened and retracts when closed. And there’s an integrated tailgate step with tailgate assist. The step and handle are stowed inside the tailgate and can be easily accessed when needed. Another tailgate feature is remote release with power locking that opens the tailgate with the key fob. When activated, the tailgate gradually lowers to a flat position. 
*Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. GVWR.
Workers loading cargo into pickup bed of 2020 Ford Super Duty