The vision for the Fatal Clothing F-150 displayed at the 2013 SEMA show was to create a memorable vehicle with a modified look and a clean design. Serving as inspiration were a certain “street style” and the Southern California lifestyle, Fatal Clothing worked with Hulst Customs (which had an F-Series truck of its own on display) to create this F-150 with a custom paint job, hood, and body kit.
Under the hood is a twin-screw supercharger from Whipple Industries bolted to Ford’s already-capable 6.2 liter Boss V8. The powerplant breathes through a performance exhaust system from CGS Motorsports, with total system power coming to a more-than-you-can-probably-use 650 horses.
Inside, two-tone black and white custom colors are matched with Fatal Clothing graphics and badging, with custom-painted panels and Fatal Clothing artwork rounding out the cabin.
The truck sits on custom 24-inch DUB wheels from MHT Wheels wrapped in Falken Tires.