Four Heavily Modified F-150s Will Debut At SEMA Show 2016
Published October 10, 2016
Ford has previewed four of the fifty vehicles it is bringing to the next month’s SEMA show in Las Vegas. The four are heavily modified versions of the F-150 models and will debut at the show. They are set to transform the popular pickup on a number of fronts.
The first is courtesy of Bojix Design and makes the F-150 SuperCrew an off-roader that can tackle the worst of conditions. New features include Fox Racing coilovers, massive bull bar, and skid plate. The ride height has also been lifted by seven inches. Additionally, the car includes 22-inch wheels, 37-inch tires, a modified 3.5 liter V6 engine with Borg Warner turbochargers and a custom Nardo Grey and Bojix Orange paint scheme.
Dubbed the 4×4 Lariat SuperCrew, the second modified version is powered by the 5.0 liter V8. The difference is it is now helped by a Whipple supercharger. It has flared wheel arches, custom wheels, a distinctive paint finish, and enough room in the bed for BMX bikes.
The third model comes from Hulst Customs with a supercharger V8 engine, which delivers 750 hp. It has been installed with a custom air suspension system to reduce the ride’s height. Dubbed the EaThr3, it also features huge 26- inch wheels.
Up next is the 4×4 XLT SuperCab from A.R.E accessories. It comes in a cheery golden shade with grey accents. Its advantages include lifted suspension, 24-inch wheels and a canopy bed that lifts up to reveal a TV, charging station and storage system.
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