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CGS Flaunts Its New SEMA Ford F-150 Concept: SEMA 2016

CGS Performance is showing off its fresh new SEMA build ahead of the show this November 1st through the 4th, and it draws its inspiration from the exciting world of BMX.

Based on the 2016 Ford F-150 Lariat 4×4 SuperCrew, CGS’ SEMA concept is powered by the available 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, fed by a Whipple supercharger and 132mm throttle body. The engine’s new power output is unknown. A CGS 3-inch stainless cat-back exhaust helps purge spent gases, and custom painted coil covers from Ford Performance adorn the engine bay.

Other performance enhancements include a FabTech 6-inch performance suspension kit with so-called “dirt logic,” 20-inch off-road wheels from Grid, and General rubber. The custom Ford F-150’s spiffy, two-tone paint job with contrasting pinstripe was done by Flying Iron Design, and the exterior further boasts AMP Research power steps, Rigid LED lighting, Raptor Retrofit headlights, and a Retrax power toneau cover.

Inside, the truck wears an Alea Leather custom kit, plus Ford-licensed accessories including a Kicker subwoofer, Putco sill plates, and headrest DVD players with monitors. What’s more, the concept build is loaded with bike stuff: Ssquared bike frames, Answer BMX parts, GoPro cameras, and helmets, gear bags, and apparel from ANSR Racing.

Look for this BMX-inspired CGS Performance Ford F-150 Lariat at the SEMA Show next month, and until then, remember to check back regularly as we uncover more awesome Ford custom builds leading up to the event.

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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