Ford F-150s Ready for the Track or Trails at 2015 SEMA Show


Ford has a host of F-150s at the 2015 SEMA Show, some of which cater to on-street performance while others are all about heading off-road. 

The first F-150 was put together my MRT and sports a six-speed manual transmission mated to the truck’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine. It gets a large capacity intercooler and new boost mapping for the turbos along with a full roll cage to keep the driver safe. To complete the look, a two-tone paint job with a yellow pinstripe was used.

The next F-150 would look right at home in the great outdoors. The Leer Edition F-150 has a 6-inch lift, Rancho performance suspension and 22-inch wheels wrapped in FUEL Off-Road Gripper M/T tires. To boost power, the engine features custom calibration, a high-performance air filter and a more free flowing exhaust. The blue metallic flame paint job, fender flares and roof mounted LED light bar complete the look.

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Roush got in on the action with a with a performance version of the F-150 that packs a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 that makes 650 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. It’s lowered by 3-inches in the front and 5-inches in the rear and wears a full wrap by Roush performance.

The CGS Performance Products F-150 rides on big 24-inch wheels and a full air suspension system. It gets headlights from the Raptor and is finished with custom flying iron paint.

AIRDESIGN USA brought out an F-150 fit with tons of exterior accessories including a custom hood scoop, fender flares, fender vents, door moldings and tailgate. It’s finished with two-tone red and black paint, tinted windows and an electric tonneau cover.

The Forgiato F-150 rides on 24-inch wheels with Nitto off-road tires while also a sporting an AIRDESIGN USA body kit.

Finally, the Galpin Auto Sports F-150 wears the iconic Gulf livery along with a modified XTR body kit, custom off-road bumpers, 20-inch wheels and Sway-A-Way suspension.

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