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2013 Ford F-150 by Truckin Magazine


Tuning packages for muscle cars and sports cars are always fun to look at, but every once in awhile, we need a tuned up truck that will answer the needs of every off-roading truck lover in existence. Ford is answering that call with a line-up of updated F-Series pick-up trucks for the 2012 SEMA Auto Show.

The first truck is based on a Ford F-150 FX2 Sport Super Cab and has been developed in cooperation with Truckin’ Magazine. The tuner opted for a grey exterior paint finish with a custom stripe kit in order to provide the car with an aggressive look and feel. This very cool F-150 has also received a new set of wheels,as well as a lowered stance and a high-performance brake package. The interior was largely left alone except for a few luxury touches.

The Ford F-150 FX2 Sport Super Cab by Truckin Magazine is powered by the usual 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 engine, but at this point, we can’t say whether or not the engine has been privy to any engine boosts. That being said, the truck’s 365 HP should be more than enough for off-road adventures.



8 comments:

well no, for that you need a monster-track. is more appropriate.

you are so wrong. it is perfect even for metropolitan daily traffic because you can get over all the other cars from trafficsmiley))))))))

biggie, cutie, fancy, but noisy so i don’t like it.

not every situation. you are exaggerating.it is ok, but excepting metropolitan daily traffic, of course.

i love this type of cars. they look so aggressive and powerful. and they are appropriate for many situations.

i am not sure if we can talk about "luxury touches" cause this is an american car and usually, their interiors are not luxurious, are full of plastic

if i were a off-roading truck lover and i would like a grey exterior paint finish, this option would make very happysmiley)))

how does a grey exterior paint finish answer the needs of every off-roading truck lover in existence?

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