Ford has announced it will travel to next month's SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada, to introduce two concepts based on the all-new 2015 F-150.
The first concept is called Deegan 38. Designed with input from Ford Racing's Brian Deegan, the concept stands out from a stock F-150 crew cab thanks to a sizable lift kit, two LED light bars up front, underbody protection on both ends and a blacked-out paint job. The concept rides on gloss black seven-spoke alloy wheels wrapped by off-road-ready Mickey Thompson tires.
The second concept is dubbed the Vaugh Gittin Jr. Street Truck. Penned with input from the driver it is named after, the concept is also based on the F-150 crew cab but it takes a different approach to customization. It is fitted with an advanced air suspension system on both axles that provides an impressive 12 inches of travel, making it possible to go from the dunes to the track at the simple push of a button.
Neon green trim on the wheels, the door mirrors and the grille add a finishing touch to exterior. Interior pictures are not available but the Blue Oval promises the Street Truck offers space for up to five passengers on Recaro bucket seats.
Ford hopes one of the trucks will capture the show's coveted "Hottest Truck" award, a prize it has won for four consecutive years.
Stay tuned to Leftlane for live images straight from the show floor in Sin City starting on November 4th.