The American based automaker Ford has decided to tease its lineup for the 2011 edition of the SEMA Motor Show, where the trucks will apparently take the center stage.
According to the manufacturer, the Explorer will be offered in three models, the DSO Eyewear, Stitchcraft Interiors and Tjin Edition, where the last one has LED headlights, Eibach suspension, Baer brakes and 24 inch wheels wrapped in Falken tires. The F-350 Matchbox Superlift will also be present at Ford’s stand with its 10 inch lift kit, Interco IROK tires and firefighting equipment.
“The all-new Ford Explorer lends itself to a lot of customization trends because there are so many directions you can go in. Whether it’s amping up the style, performance or capability, they all work seamlessly with Explorer”, said the Ford SEMA design manager, Melvin Betancourt.
Besides the two vehicles above, the F-150 will debut at the event in two versions, the Skyjacker EcoBoost, with a four inch lift kit, Magna Flow cat-back dual exhaust system, monotube shocks, stainless steel grille guard, LED light bar and Bushwacker fender flares, and the Tarmac by CGS Performance, which has an aluminum hood, billet wheels, custom paint, cat-back exhaust system, Baer brakes, cold air intake and a twin-screw supercharger.
Last but not least, the Black Mamba Ford F-350 by Hulst Customs will also be presented at the SEMA Motor Show, coming with an aerodynamic body kit, suicide rear doors, a mesh grille, Katzkin leather seats and aluminum trim.