A total of six different trucks will be officially unveiled by Ford next week, during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, in a premiere.
Ford will officially pull the wraps off the EcoTrek F-350, which can run on either biodiesel, diesel, algae-based biodiesel or any combination of these fuels and it’s coming with a refrigerator, a stove, flexible solar panel, a 9-inch suspension lift, 20-inch wheels and more. The carmaker will also unveil the Hulst Customs F-250 Striker, with its conservative exterior design, 22-inch wheels, painted interior trim, Katzkin leather seats, water-methanol injection system, upgraded engine and some other tweaks.
There will also be the Cars by Kris F-350, with its tri-tone exterior finish, LED infused headlights, 22-inch wheels and 6.7 liter PowerStroke diesel engine, equipped with a water-methanol injection system, a MagnaFlow exhaust system and a ram air intake. The Outdoor Adventure F-150 has off-road bumpers, 6-inch lift kit, extended fender flares, a winch and an upgraded audio system. The Fatal Clothing F-150 will get a 6.2 inch V8 engine, producing 650 HP (485 kW) and getting a Katzkin leather interior, aerodynamic body kit and 24-inch wheels. Lastly the Skyjacker Suspension’s F-150 is getting a heavy duty front bumper, custom graphics, roof rack and a 6-inch lift kit.