On the November exhibition tuning SEMA Show shone best selling car in the United States and the most famous in the world of pick-up 2018-2019 Ford F-150. Especially for the show different thematic modification SUV were prepared, which involved the creation of well-known people in the world of motorsport and offices are professionally engaged in tuning. All variations of the pickup are noteworthy, and some just need to tell you all the details.
2018-2019 Ford F-150 Deegan 38 – a project on which he worked rider Brian Deegan, who loves to compete both on motorcycles and 4-wheel motocross rally prototypes. Pick-up is well prepared to conquer the off-road, so one should not be surprised by 37-inch wheels with a “toothed” Mickey Thompson tires and suspension Fox Racing Shox, providing a huge ground clearance. On a black background looks good aggressive airbrush. Under the hood of a pickup truck is a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine, boosted to 600 horsepower thanks to turbocharging from BorgWarner and the modified fuel system. Also, the car has a speaker Rockford Fosgate, Alcon brakes and light KC Hilites.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. is known to many fans of drifting. As the rider said he wanted to create a pick-up, suitable for drift, and to ride on the road, and for the “jumps”. Gittin F-150 has a pneumatic suspension with 12-inch stroke, allowing significant jump in the car over obstacles. pick himself painted in silver metallic and allocated only black wheel arch extensions so green alloy wheels. five sports “ladles” Inside, the Recaro installed.
2018-2019 Ford F-150 by studio TS Designs for the role of conqueror of off-road does not apply. But the pickup has a unique aerodynamic body kit, significantly increase the width; cover the body, 24-inch alloy wheels with low-profile tires Forgiato, yellow mirror housings and racing stripes of black color with yellow trim. Technical tuning is Vortech supercharging system, sports suspension and exhaust Belltech Gibson. In the interior, Leather steering wheel, installed speakers Alpine.
Unfortunately, the F-150 has not received the SEMA award for “Hottest Truck”, losing Chevrolet Silverado.