Ford F-150 Raptor leads a squad of monster trucks in SEMA show

Ford will display a new line of pickup trucks this November at the SEMA show. The company had previously released the F-150, but they also included an entirely new and improved Raptor in the lineup. A batch of the F-Series Super Duty trucks will also join the ranks. The car manufacturer also remodeled two of its transport vans for the nearing show as we could see many reports.

Many reviewers favor the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor PreRunner by Deberti Designs over the rest of the eight trucks in the Ford lineup. We really liked the combination of the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, K&N cold air intake and a cat-back exhaust from Gibson. Foutz Motorsports raised this Ford truck for about 3 inches with a new suspension. Furthermore, the truck can fit 40-inch tires thanks to its modified fenders.

SEMA, or Specialty Equipment Market Association, is a group of specialty car manufacturers in the world. This year’s SEMA show will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center on the first day of November. Ford has a total of eight entries for this show including F-150 Raptor.

Patel, the auto news reporter from Autoblog, listed these other trucks in his report. Air Design USA created a 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty with a Ready-Lift 3.5-inch leveling kit. Fabtech boosted another one of these Ford trucks with exhaust stacks. TS Designs made a 2017 Ford F-250 with a wide-body kit. Mad Industries introduced 2017 Ford F-350 Dually with Gibson’s Performance Exhaust system and a blacked-out look. They also created 2017 Ford F-350 with Skyjacker Suspensions which could be the best choice for police officers that needs to get away from zombies.

And here’s an interesting entry as the local American band from Arizona tweaked the 2016 Ford Transit 350. They turned the truck into a convenient van where they can perform for their fans. On the other hand, Wyotech, or Wyoming Technical Institute, gave the 2016 Ford Transit 150 a retro makeover.

Fifty cars are expected to appear on SEMA’s auto exhibit next month. These reformed Ford trucks and vans will be part of this fleet.