2022 Changes & Ordering Bank opening?

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I understand there are a few different speculations for MY22. Some people feel no change until MY23 while others think it will have similar updates to F150 MY21 since basically same cabin.

I read somewhere the ordering bank should open 3/15/21 (6 weeks away!)
  • 03/15/2021 - 2022MY Order Bank Open Date
If you know of any information in MY22, post up here.
 
Since we haven't heard of any changes through the rumor mill yet, I bet the 2022 will be a carry over. Past history, Super Duty is usually updated a couple of years after the F150. I think 2023 will be the earliest we see an updated Super Duty.
 
I think TFL Truck interviewed a head engineer from ford a few weeks ago and that question came up. I don't remember him denying an update for the super duty cab but indicated it shouldn't be expected any sooner than MY23.
 
I think TFL Truck interviewed a head engineer from ford a few weeks ago and that question came up. I don't remember him denying an update for the super duty cab but indicated it shouldn't be expected any sooner than MY23.
Do you recall what exact video? I just watched the full interview with the Ford Engineer on the Raptor and I did not hear any mention of this. Thanks!
 
2023 will be the all new Super duty I got memo from Ford
 
In the past with any redesigns there’s usually some spy shots of a super duty driving around as early as October we’ve passed that and have 0 camouflage super duties driving around. So I’d say it’s not happening for 2022.
 
Happens to me every time. Buy a new truck and 1-2 years later they redesign it and make it better ?
Biggest downside is it hurts your resell value when you have the “old body” design
 
One dealer rep said he saw a 2022 and the dash was covered. So probably the dash is updated with Sync 4 at least.
I think this is incredibly unlikely. Why would Ford shorten it's typical refresh timeline in a year that they're trying to make up as much lost revenue from the prior year as possible? I work in the automotive supplier industry, and Ford's suppliers are struggling to keep up with demand for new parts for the P702 (new F150). No way Ford would compound this with a relaunch of one of their stable blue-chip cash cows in the Super Duty. What's far more likely is we actually see a delay of a refresh of SD trucks for a year to MY 2024, if anything.
 
Well on Blue Oval forums, sounds convincing that with the SHORT job 1 run of the 2021's ('22 order banks open 3/15/21), no job 2 '21's, stiff competition in the interiors (from RAM), it is very feasible that Ford will introduce a perhaps revised interior...a la F-150.
Ford needs to do something to enhance the interior to stay competitive , now.
 
I have yet to see one bit of proof of this, other than baseless speculation.
Ford can’t seem to keep them on the lot as is. If they update then they have supply competition with the new F150, that would seem like a bad idea.
 
Ford can’t seem to keep them on the lot as is. If they update then they have supply competition with the new F150, that would seem like a bad idea.

Exactly, it would make zero sense to update it now. They sell them as fast as they make them already. 2023 hopefully all this BS will be back to normal, starting to wonder though...
 
SYNC 3 will go away from all Ford vehicles once they run their stock out... They've introduced SYNC 4 in their more popular consumer models to keep the sales momentum up with the competition. The Superdutys will most likely be the last model to receive that upgrade, but I do believe it may be possible that the 2022s could have that as an "option" while they continue to run down the inventory on the SYNC 3s.
 
SYNC 3 will go away from all Ford vehicles once they run their stock out... They've introduced SYNC 4 in their more popular consumer models to keep the sales momentum up with the competition. The Superdutys will most likely be the last model to receive that upgrade, but I do believe it may be possible that the 2022s could have that as an "option" while they continue to run down the inventory on the SYNC 3s.
If they are going Google the super duty’s may skip SYNC 4 and debut the Google system.
 
If they are going Google the super duty’s may skip SYNC 4 and debut the Google system.
That is also a remote possibility but I think they would introduce that on their higher volume models first (and then maybe run out their SYNC 4s on the Superduty)
 
That is also a remote possibility but I think they would introduce that on their higher volume models first (and then maybe run out their SYNC 4s on the Superduty)
Anything is possible
 
Im hoping there going to put the sync4 in the 2022 SD and the new google system in the 150, mustang, etc. That would make more sense to me. Id also like to see the full digital gauge cluster in the 21 F150 go into the 22 SD.
 

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