Many automakers have started to create impressive automobiles for the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) event to be held in Las Vegas next month. With the deadline less than a month away, Ford could not wait to share what they had done with the modified Ford F-150 trucks. In fact, four of them had surfaced online giving fans a preview of what to expect for the upcoming event.
The trucks that the automaker was to showcase in the upcoming SEMA were Ford F-150 SuperCrew by Bojix Design, Ford F-150 SuperCab by A.R.E. Accessories, the BMX-themed Ford F-150 Lariat SuperCrew, along with the EraThr3 Ford F-150 SuperCrew by Hulst Customs, reported by Auto Blog.
The Details Expounded
In other news, Motor Trend reported that 2016 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4 SuperCrew truck will be shown in shades produced by Nardo Grey paint job that has orange accents. It also has 30, 40, and 50-inch radius light bars, powered by a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine, and has improved twin Borg Warner EFR turbo features.
Furthermore, this model was also installed with a Full Race intake system, has a Ready Lift 7-inch lift kit, has technological features inside such as a wireless phone charging system, the Katzkin Tuscany leather interiors, and has dual headrest DVD monitors.
With respect to the majestic EraThr3 Ford F-150 model by Hulst Customs, it has major changes with respect to its exteriors. The most significant change seen in the preview of these vehicles were the Hulst Customs powertrain. In fact, the trucks were powered by a 5.0-liter V* engine that has unique exhaust tips and installed with the CGS performance exhaust. Furthermore, it is able to generate 750 horsepower much like the renowned Ford Mustang GTR.
With respect to the Gold-colored Ford F-150, it has been inspired by the 2016 Gold Standard concept that is powered by a 3.6-liter EcoBoost V-6 engine, has an Air Lift Load Lifter, 24x12 inch wheels, has a custom TV and storage stand along with special fender flares and unique grill.
The Ford F-150 four pick-up trucks were leaked earlier this week and it showed the automaker is more than ready for the SEMA event.