Ford Reveals Two F-Series SEMA-bound Trucks
Two Ford F-Series trucks are getting readied for the forthcoming SEMA Show. The company has collaborated with SEMA builders in order to produce the radical F-150 trucks. The MY2015 F-150 is the lightest truck ever created by ford and precisely has "lost" 700 pounds. At the same time it is also the toughest and most capable F-150 ever created. In addition, the trucks will be competing for the "Hottest Truck" award at the Specialty Equipment Market Association tradeshow in Las Vegas. Another interesting fact is that the Ford F-Series has won this award in four consecutive year.
There will be two custom versions of the 2015 truck displayed. The fist one is the Deegan 38 and the other - Vaughn Gittin Jr. street truck. Deegan 38 is a project which is a result of the joint work of Ford Racing's Brian Deegan and the F-150. Under the hood of this beast is the 3.5-liter, twin-turbo EcoBoost engine.
Other industry leaders involved in this project are the Addictive Desert Designs, Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels, FOX Racing Shox, KC Hilites, Mastercraft Safety, Rockford Fosgate, Full-Race Motorsports, Leading Edge Tuning, ProEFI and SCT Performance. They have joined forces in order to deliver extreme motorsport experience to all enthusiasts with the ultimate example of this truck.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. street truck can show-off with 12 inches of King shock-controlled travel via a Kibbetech custom suspension. This second truck is a purpose-built F-150 under the guidance of Formula DRIFT superstar Vaughn Gittin Jr.
He has taken advantage of the weight savings and serious torque offered by the engine. The vehicle has aggressive stance and features Air Lift Performance air ride. Also disclosed around this project is that the seats of the truck will be Recaro.