The new design has to do with functionality, mostly. The different grilles have been updated to improve power train cooling, up front. Also helps keep temperatures at bay, a new bumper. Ford promises better performance from the redesigned headlamps in meanwhile. Than certain models feature a lighting border around the headlamps, as well. From the signature on the previous model as it doesn't surround the entire housing, this element has changed. The new headlamps are slightly more curved, while the old headlamps took on a sharp square shape. Now a C-shaped element separates the grille from the headlamps, on some variants.
The Super Duty is business as usual from the side. Model badge just ahead of the front door, still is there. The side windows dipping at the driver's door next to the side mirrors and keep their familiar shape.
Ford employed a new tailgate design and rear bumper, in the rear. On these two F-Series Limited trucks changes are evident, the newer of which has more sculpted bright-work in the rear. Smaller Super Duty logo just below the Limited badge, has also. Ford redesigned the taillights to take on more of a C shape, you will also notice.
Ford made subtle visual updates to a number of trims, inside the cabin. Than some of the biggest changes come to the Limited trim, which gets an updated color palette, also. The layout of the cabin and controls haven't changed much, overall. The central screen is still flanked by two large air vents and below those are an array of buttons as well. The rear view camera comes with Pro Trailer Backup Assist that helps guide drivers into a parking spot on the new model. Also benefits from the addition of wireless charging and USB-C ports has the new model.