This isn’t your father’s pickup truck. Drive on the over-the-top Ford F-150:
That truck, which was built for Ford by Hulst Performance, owes much of that extra juice to a Whipple blower atop its 5.0-liter V-8, but a catback exhaust also plays its part. The slammed stance comes courtesy of an air suspension setup and 26-inch Lexani wheels and tires; the exterior also picks up a heavily revised front fascia, while the interior receives a dose of Katzkin leather and a few Ford aftermarket goodies, like a subwoofer.
I’m not that into trucks but these custom models look more like toys for rich folks with too much time on their hands. What do you carry in such a truck? Here’s another one:
These trucks ride like long wheelbase cars.