A modern version of the powerful Ford F-150 SVT Lightning truck presentedJuly 30, 2020
An artist known as TheSketchMonkey posted a video showing what he thinks a modern version of the Ford F-150 pickup should look like in the powerful version of the SVT Lightning.
The presentation of the next generation full-size pickup truck Ford F-150 has already taken place. The novelty of the 2021 model year is already available for order at a starting price of $ 30,635. Buyers are offered a lot of really cool chips, in particular a plug-in hybrid power plant and many useful systems. We’ll have to wait until next year to see an updated version of the high-performance F-150 Raptor. One foreign designer has his own vision of what the Ford F-150 could become in another, no less powerful performance.
Designer TheSketchMonkey brings a modern version of the F-150 SVT Lightning to life.
He chose an official photo of the new F-150 as the basis for his project. For starters, he removed two unnecessary doors. He then redesigned the front of the truck with the addition of a Raptor-style false grille with large Ford letters. Then the car’s suspension was virtually lowered, and large black alloy wheels were added with wider tires and larger brakes.
Ford decided to discontinue the powerful F-150 SVT Lightning truck in 2004, and at this time we have no reason to believe it will return it to production anytime soon. In particular, because at the moment, it is the F-150 in the Raptor version that is the most powerful version of the full-size pickup.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Ford plans to release an extreme F-150 Raptor in a year. Initially, Ford was going to present an extreme version of the Raptor of the new generation F-150 pickup this year, but in the end, they decided to postpone the premiere.
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