Ford Motor Company is set to arrive at this year’s SEMA show with a fleet of customized F-150s that will feature souped-up engines and extensively customized exterior and interior designs.
First up is the MRT F-150 that combines performance and street styling. Outside, it has a custom two-tone paint finish that is further spruced up with aftermarket headlights and taillights, 20-inch Forgiato performance wheels wrapped in Toyo tires and a bespoke rear spoiler provided by Team Z Motorsports.
The cabin gets Sparco racing seats with harnesses, roll cage, race organizer in place of the rear bench and Innovative Motorsports Gauges.
Under the hood is the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that is now mated to a Tremec Magnum 6-speed manual gearbox. Other powertrain modifications done on the pickup include: stainless steel exhaust, Exedy performance clutch and flywheel, Turbosmart blow-off valve, Willwood brakes, limited slip differential and an air suspension system with advanced stability control as such.
Next is the F-150 SuperCrew done by Leer, a company that sells truck caps and tonneau. It is finished in a gloss blue hue that is accented with streaks of black. It also has a 6-inch suspension lift kit, Rancho Performance New Pro Series suspension system and Fuel Off-Road 22-inch wheels wrapped in 22-inch M/T tires.
Inside, it is upholstered in premium leather, plush floor mats, custom lighting and an aftermarket audio system.
The 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 gets minor upgrades with a K&N air filter, custom engine calibration by Tune-Logic and a DynoMax stainless steel exhaust system with Ultra Flo muffler.
Moving on, we get to see the F-150 Performance Truck by Roush. With an emphasis on making the pickup the best-performing F-150, the 5.0-liter V8 gets a large serving of powertrain upgrades like: Roush supercharger, active exhaust system and a new air intake system.
Underneath, it has a Crown lowering suspension kit, cross drilled and slotted disc brakes, and Weld 22-inch wheels wrapped in Falken 265/40 tires.
Exterior-wise, it has a 3-piece front grill, vehicle wrapping and a front bumper cover.
CGS Performance’s take on the F-150 focuses more on flair and royalty. Immediately apparent are the 24-inch Savini forged wheels and the side mirror caps that are both finished in red. Up front, it has Raptor retrofit headlights, aftermarket hood scoop and a Leer 750 Sport tonneau cover.
The cabin has a touchscreen infotainment and navigation system, Lloyd Mats custom floor mats and a Husky Liners cargo box.
The 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost now benefits from a Whipple supercharger, CGS Performance cat-back and cold air intake and a Reikken battery.
AirDesign USA’s F-150 will showcase a bold and strong appearance. It has a front bumper guard, hood scoop, fender flares, rear tailgate spoiler and custom paint by Wet Works. Aboard the F-150, it has custom black-red leather seats and Focal Audio upgrades.
The 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 now has a cat-back stainless exhaust system and a Vortech intercooler. The chassis on the other hand now gets Bilstein Lifted Performance shocks, 20-inch Cleaver wheels and M/T Fuel Mud Gripper 33-inch tires.
The mean-looking F-150 by Forgiato gets a radical exterior along with a beefed-up 5.0-liter V8 motor. It gets custom bumpers from Fab Four, exterior lighting from Rigid, AirDesign bodykit and a Leer tonneau cover. Perhaps the centerpeice of the pickup are the 24-inch Forgiato wheels wrapped in Nitto tires.
Providing additional motivation is a Whipple supercharger while delivering a higher ride height is a 6-inch lift kit from Rancho Performance.
The last of the bunch is the Galpin Auto Sports (GAS) F-150 that was described by the company as a ‘jack of all trades’ pickup. It gets wide wheel arches that houses the 20-inch wheels and Addictive Desert Designs XTR bodykit. It has custom Rigid exterior lighting and GAS-branded front grill, puddle lamps and LED headlights.
Inside, it has a Diamond Audio sound system, Katzkin custom leather interior and a bespoke painted interior trim from GAS.
Over to its chassis, it has a front coilover system, Deaver long-travel leaf springs, Wilwood 6-piston calipers with 16-inch disc rotors and an Addictive Desert Designs stage 3 suspension kit.
All seven trucks will be making their official debut at the 2015 SEMA Show in November.