November's SEMA Show in Sin City is slated to dazzle, based on what Ford has on tap for attendees. Out of the 50 vehicles Ford will show off at the event, a recent preview revealed that four will be notably modified F-150 models. The exterior upgrades are sure to turn heads, thanks to the aesthetic modifications that leave the models dressed to impress.
The vision of Bojix Design comes to life via the Ford F-150 SuperCrew, where the spotlight will be on its off-roading capabilities. In addition to a large bull bar and skid plate, the ride height on the modified F-150 has been increased by seven inches. Fox Racing coilovers also have made their debut.
Hulst Customs will also be showing off their take on the F-150 SuperCrew, which is referred to as the EraThr3. Whereas Bojix Design felt compelled to raise the ride height, Hulst moved in the opposite direction and significantly lowered it. They also swapped out the SuperCrew's wheels with 26-inch wheels to up the 'wow' factor.
Another F-150, set apart by its 5.0 V8, is known as the 4x4 Lariat SuperCrew. SEMA attendees won't be able to miss its eye-catching features – Carscoops.com reports that it includes "flared wheel arches, custom wheels, a distinctive paint finish and ample room in the bed for BMX bikes."
The 4x4 XLT SuperCab rounds out the quad, with help from A.R.E Accessories. In addition to its 24-inch wheels and lifted suspension, the SuperCab shines with a luminescent gold paint job and grey accents, as well as a hideaway TV, charging station and storage system that can be uncovered by lifting up a canopy in the truck bed. See the F-150s presented at last year's SEMA event in the video below:
Although SEMA is a trade-only event not available for the general public, you can follow updates during the event by checking the hashtag #SEMA2016 online. See the F-150 series in person at Sound Ford Washington today!