The SEMA Show fever started a long time ago, and will pretty much go on spiking until November when it takes place in the "entertainment capital of the world", Las Vegas. One of its feverish symptoms isn’t the Camaro or the new Mustang as originally expected. Instead, pick-ups like the Ford F-150 are quickly becoming vehicles of interest.
And after we saw this photo by Custom Shop featuring a 2011 F-150 FX2, we can absolutely see why this is the case. Custom Shop is planning on displaying the Ford pick-up with shaved door handles, a lightweight ARE tonneau cover, lightweight COR rims wearing Continental low-rolling-resistance tires, a Corsa free flow cat-back exhaust system, a larger cold air intake system, and Amsoil synthetic motor oil for the twin-turbo, direct injection gas engine. Speaking of the engine, it has been tuned to deliver 365 HP and 420 lbs-ft of torque.
The pick-up will be painted in a custom Pearl Black, white, silver, and copper paint job with a dual pinstripe border. The interior will get Katzkin seat covers, a custom Sony sound system, and LCD screens throughout the cabin.
Keep checking back with us to see what else the SEMA Auto Show has in store!