Ford has previewed four different F-150 trucks it will reveal at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas next month. From unique custom paint jobs to power upgrades and action sports accessories, these four trucks offer a little something for most Ford F-150 fans.
First up is the F-150 by Bojix Design, which according to Ford “is more than ready to take on the most severe off-road duties and look good while doing it.” Based on a 2016 F-150 XLT 4×4 SuperCrew, this truck features a Nardo Grey paint job with orange accents as well as 30-, 40-, and 50-inch Radius light bars. It’s equipped with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 engine, which has been improved with twin Borg Warner EFR turbo upgrades. Other performance bits include a Full Race intake system and Ready Lift 7-inch lift kit. Inside, there’s supposed to be a wireless phone charging system, Katzkin Tuscany leather upholstery, and dual headrest DVD monitors.
It may not look as intimidating, but the EraThr3 F-150 by Hulst Customs features some huge adjustments under the exterior. This special SuperCrew truck comes with a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that normally makes 385 hp on the F-150. But a Whipple supercharger helps this model achieve a whopping 750 hp. A custom rear four-link suspension, custom dual exhaust tips, and a CGS Performance cat-back exhaust are just some of the other performance bits that have been added. Along with Lexani wheels and tires, the F-150 gets a special bumper cover, lower side rockers, rear bumper, hood extractor vents, and carbon splitter.
This gold F-150 could be a real showstopper, but unfortunately Ford has only revealed sketches of this model leading up to the show. The 2016 Gold Standard Ford F-150 Project Truck by A.R.E. Accessories is based on an XLT SuperCab and comes with a 3.6-liter EcoBoost V-6. It also has an Air Lift Load Lifter, custom 24×12 inch wheels, a custom TV and storage stand, unique grille, and special fender flares.
The last truck, featuring a BMX theme, is built for the action sports fanatic. On this truck, you’ll find bike frames, BMX bicycle parts, and GoPro action cameras. There’s also Grid Off-Road 20×10 inch wheels, Raptor Retrofit headlights, and a Retrax power roll tonneau, as well as a Whipple supercharger, FabTech 6-inch performance suspension system with dirt logic, and CGS Performance 3-inch stainless cat-back exhaust. It offers a 5.0-liter V-8 engine and is based on the 4×4 Lariat SuperCrew. Inside, there’s a Kicker subwoofer and dual headrest DVD monitors.
Ford says it will show more than 50 customized vehicles at SEMA and will offer rides around a closed course. The SEMA show runs from November 1-4 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.