With a guarantee of three years or 57,936 kilometers, the Black Widow is characterized by tasteful details, including red covers for the brake calipers, screwed-on fender flares and bonnet ventilation openings, exterior badges with spider motifs and puddle patterns, projector lights and seams with spider motifs.
The list of goodies doesn’t end there, however, as SCA Performance further sweetens the deal with painted interior trim and a painted grille, a windshield snipe, tinted windshields, oval wheel-to-wheel side steps, and step cushions. Each build features 20-inch wheels and 35-inch BFGoodrich T / A KO2 rubber shoes shared with the 2021 Raptor SUV.
A 6.0-inch suspension kit, a recalibration of the speedometer and a double stainless steel exhaust system complete the package. Customers are offered a range of extras starting with 22 “x 12” wheels. Rock lights, a range of power running boards, customer-specific paintwork and leather upholstery, a 4,309 kilogram winch and additional LED lights from Rigid Industries for the SCA Performance bumper are the highlight options.
Black fender flare studs also deserve your attention, along with the slightly milder 4.0-inch suspension lift kit for customers who prefer to sit closer to the road. Unfortunately for potential buyers, the Alabama-based shop didn’t mention anything about pricing, even for the base package.
If you’re the type of person who prefers bone bearing trucks, under the guise of tremor, Ford Motor Company has you covered. The off-road pickup is offered exclusively with the SuperCrew cab, the 5.5-foot box and the 3.5-liter EcoBoost and runs on 33-inch general grabber tires and 18-inch wheels.
The only way up from there is of course the raptor. Expected to get a blown V8 engine next year, the most powerful F-150 off the beaten track can be fitted with 37-inch rubber for 13.1-inch freedom of movement.