Holy Crap, Now the 2017 Super Duty is Getting Fancy New Cup Holders
The arrival of a tougher, smarter, and more powerful Ford F-Series Super Duty has been anticipated for some time now, and the automaker has been good about trickling out pertinent details leading up to its launch this fall since revealing it in full last fall. Recently, Ford gave up the goods on performance, revealing that the new Super Duty would feature best-in-class fifth-wheel towing, payload, diesel horsepower, diesel torque, and gasoline torque.
Now, Ford is revealing arguably the single-greatest feature coming to the 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty. A feature so bold, so innovative, and so unbelievably exciting that anyone on the fence about grabbing up a next-gen Super Duty is sure to run right out and plunk down some pre-order cash.
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Ford patented a new four-barrel cup holder design that rests between the front seats and serves the dual function of storage bin. If one only has need to hold two cups, a cup holder panel slides over to the right side, making the left half of the compartment a complete storage bin with removable divider panel for smaller items.
Here. Just watch it work:
By enabling the console to hold four drinks, the total number of cup holders in the 2017 Super Duty reaches an astounding 10. Ten drinks, people. This is a 10-drink truck.
“Hard working Super Duty customers love having cup holders and storage close at hand,” says Doug Scott, Ford truck group marketing manager. “This innovative and transformable cup holder is another insightful example of how the Ford Truck Team knows truck customers better than anyone else.”
The new Super Duty is arriving this fall, and it is gonna hold all the drinks.
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