Bojix Design just recently published an image of its new Ford F-150-based concept truck, bound for the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas this November, and it could very well be a bit of a show-stealer.
Built on a standard Ford F-150 XLT 4×4 SuperCrew with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, Bojix Design’s new SEMA concept promises to deliver tremendous performance thanks to a pair of Borg Warner EFR turbochargers and an intake, muffler, intercooler, and oil catch can from Full-Race Motorsports. The pickup is off-road ready with a set of Fox Racing coilovers and a Ready Lift 7-inch lift kit, not to mention a differential cover and front and rear differential gears from G2 Axle and Gear. It rolls on 22-inch, double-dark tint Grid Off-Road GF-2 forged wheels and Nitto M/T rubber.
As good as all that sounds, it’s really the looks of this Ford F-150 from Bojix Design that has us in a stir. The PPG Nardo Grey body is punctuated by splashes of Bojix Orange (a.k.a. “Borange”) on the door mirrors and front skid plate. The slick front grille and smooth fender flares were sourced from Paramount Restyling, while Rigid Industries 30-inch, 40-inch, and 50-inch light bars and dually reverse lights shout “ready for anything.” The Venom R front bumper, Honeybadger rear bumper, and cab light mounts were all sourced from Addictive Desert Designs.
Inside, Bojix Design’s SEMA-bound Ford F-150 benefits from “Havana”-tone Katzkin Tuscany leather, a Kicker Powerstage audio system, and a Loft Lite LED lighting kit. Ford-licensed interior kit includes Lumen tablet headrest cradles, a Console Vault vehicle safe, Invision DVD players and monitors, and Putco stainless sill plates.
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