The Super Duty series was first introduced in 1998 and marked the addition of heavy-duty pick-ups to the F-Series range. Unlike its younger sibling (the F-150), the F-250 inherits a heavier-duty chassis and uprated suspension to allow for a higher payload and towing capacity. The 4th generation Super Duty was unveiled at the state fair of Texas on the 24th of September, 2015, marking its first all-new Super Duty line since 1999. This unique 2019 F-250 Platinum trim edition has been given a personalized makeover and is up for sale in Florida.
This 2019 Ford F-250 Platinum is finished in Magma red, with all its exterior chrome parts color-matched to the body to give it a clean, single tone finish. The platinum trim also includes LED fog lights and turn signals. This F-250 looks significantly distinct thanks to the 6-inch BDS lift combined with Fox shocks. This monster pick-up sits on a set of bright orange specialty forged 24-inch wheels with 37-inch open country TOYO tires. We're also assured that everything has been calibrated and tuned to match the wheel set-up. Peeping out just behind the back wheel is a dual chrome exhaust. The back includes LED rear lights, with "Super Duty" engraved into the color-matched tailgate as well as a bed liner. Further protection is afforded by the clear bra on the front end and partially covering the doors. The interior of this F-250 comes in black with metallic grey accents observed throughout the cockpit, including the seats. The main stand-out feature is the sizeable Android tablet that has been installed to replace the standard center screen and A/C controls. This truck is also equipped with a 1000 watt JL Audio amplifier, as well as a JL Audio Stealth Box and JL Audio speakers throughout.
This 2019 Ford F-250 Platinum comes equipped with a 6.7L turbocharged PowerStroke, Ford Scorpion V8. This engine is coupled with Ford's "TorqShift" 6-speed automatic transmission. The package gives out a total output of 450hp and 935 lb-ft of torque at 1,800 rpm and towing capacity of 14,700 lbs, all held together by a frame made from 6000 series military-grade aluminum alloy.