America loves trucks, and truck people will love these benches with vintage truck tailgates. Texas-based Porras Custom Metal crafts these benches with a steel frame, a quilted bench seat, and cupholders. They make Chevy, Ford, GMC, Dodge, Jeep, and other custom designs. To order, send a DM on Instagram or call their shop at 832-273-2902.
When it comes to high-horsepower, off-road-capable trucks, few vehicles can compete with the Ford F-150 Raptor R. This souped-up pickup packs a 700-horsepower, supercharged V8 engine, a Baja-tuned suspension, and massive all-terrain tires. We spent a week living with this impressive truck, including a day hooning around in sand dunes.
A limited edition of Ford’s electric truck, the F-150 Lightning Platinum Black comes factory-wrapped in matte black. It rolls on matte black 22″ wheels, with black badging, power running boards, a black tonneau cover, a smoked light bar, a gloss black roof, and a black leather interior. The fully-loaded truck has dual motors and a 300-mile driving range.
Developed by Ford and built by Multimatic, the Ford Mustang GTD is the ultimate street-legal pony car. The $300,000 car has a carbon fiber widebody shell, a massive rear wing, and a 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine making 800 horsepower. Power goes to the rear wheels via an 8-speed dual-clutch transaxle. Hear it roar around the track at Road Atlanta.
The Ford Bronco Sport goes retro with its 1970s-inspired Free Wheeling special edition. Like those classic Free Wheeling trucks, vans, and Broncos, the compact SUV is decorated with red, orange, and yellow body stripes. It’s also got unique 17″ black and red rims, a silver painted grille, and its interior has colorful seat inserts with ombre stitching and red trim accents.
Ford Performance is headed to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with the coolest minivan ever. This tricked-out E-Transit van is powered by three STARD electric motors, which produce a total of 1400 horsepower. Massive spoilers and other aerodynamic upgrades will keep it glued to the tarmac as driver Romain Dumas races to the summit on 6.25.23.
Ford’s perfectly-sized Ranger pickup gets a redesign for 2024, with updates for its XL, XLT and Lariat trims, and for the first time in the US, a Ranger Raptor. It’s available with a 2.3L I4 EcoBoost engine with 270 hp and 310 lb-ft. of torque, a 2.7L V6 with 315 hp and 400 lb-ft. of torque, or the Raptor’s 3.0L V6 with 405 hp and 430 lb-ft. of torque.
Vehicle tuner Hennessey takes the Ford Bronco Raptor to another level with its 500 horsepower Bronco VelociRaptor. It rolls on 20″ Hennessey wheels wrapped in 37″ off-road tires and features a new front bumper with pod fog lights, a new rear bumper, unique badging, and custom chassis tuning. Just 200 will be made for 2023.
Zero Labs makes modernized versions of the classic Ford Bronco and Land Rover Series III 109. They have a fully-electric powertrain with up to 600 hp, a 235+ mile range, and independent front and rear suspension. The Bronco can be built with a carbon fiber body. Prices range from $225K to $400K, including the donor vehicle.
This handbuilt, track-only edition of the Ford GT pulls out all the stops. Multimatic tuned the mid-mounted twin-turbo V6 to make over 800 hp and added a race suspension, an extended wheelbase, and a custom racing gearbox. Aero upgrades include a giant rear wing, overfenders, and smooth wheel covers. Just 67 will be built.
The 7th-gen Ford Mustang has sleek new front and rear designs and is powered by a 4th-gen Coyote 5.0L V8 or a new 2.3L EcoBoost 4-cylinder. A redesigned interior features dual digital displays, while an Electronic Drift Brake handle makes drifting easy. And you can even rev its engine from the key fob.
The Ford Maverick compact pickup joins the Ranger, F-150, and Super Duty with its own Tremor package. It adds a 1″ lift, Trail Control, an off-road-tuned suspension, and advanced AWD with 4WD lock. Design accents include orange tow hooks, special 17″ aluminum wheels, and a distinctive grille. Available on XLT and Lariat trims.
Over the years, Ford Europe has created race-equipped vans to promote their production models. For 2022, they created this modified E-Transit Custom van with four electric motors and 1973 hp. It does 0 to 62 mph in under 2 seconds, and has modes for road, track, drift, rally, and drag racing. This video offers an in-depth look.
Over the course of four years Benjamin Workshop created his dream car – a working replica of Ford’s Le Mans-winning GT40 race car. He’s posted numerous videos of the design, engineering, and build process, and now he’s condensed that all down to a 17-minute time-lapse. The finished car is truly a work of art.
This special edition Ford Bronco is right at home swimming with the gators. It’s ready for muddy adventures with a factory-installed snorkel, a ZEON 10-S WARN winch, and the beefy Sasquatch package. It’ll ford up to 36.4″ of water, and can pull up to 10,000 lb. with its winch. It comes in five colors including a limited-run Desert Sand.
MegaRexx specializes in upgrading for Ford Super Duty trucks. The custom-built MegaBronc started as a 2021 F-250, but now seats seven, and has a removable hardtop. Powered by a 6.7L V8 turbodiesel engine, it rides on enormous 40″ mud-terrain tires, and has a custom grille inspired by its namesake Ford Bronco.
This loaded Shelby Mustang GT500 rocks a 760 hp supercharged V8, a dual-clutch transmission, MagneRide suspension, 20″ carbon fiber wheels, the carbon fiber track pack, GT4 track wing, and more. One lucky entrant will drive this bad boy home while supporting the Shelby American Collection. Awesomer readers get 20% bonus entries.
Enter to win this one-of-a-kind Ford Bronco RTR, and help support restoration efforts for Dearborn, Michigan’s Fair Lane: Home of Clara and Henry Ford. The custom Big Bend Bronco is loaded with RTR upgrades selected by champion drifter Vaughn Gittin, Jr. Awesomer readers get 30% bonus entries. Sweepstakes ends 12.20.21.
Like many 4×4 fans, we’ve been dying to get behind the wheel of the new Ford Bronco. Well, we finally got our wish times two with a chance to drive both the 2-door and 4-door versions in the same week. Suffice it to say, we were blown away by the SUV’s design, ride, and capabilities in both on- and off-road settings.
Ford Performance will make just 50 of its $200,000 Bronco DR, a production desert racer with a 5.0L Coyote V8. Ready to race, it has a roll cage, Multimatic suspension with 15.8″ front travel and 17.4″ rear travel, and body and chassis upgrades to handle high-speed off-road travel in the Baja 1000. It rides on massive 37-inch BFG tires.
Ford Performance sent pro driver Vaughn Gittin, Jr. on a sightseeing trip to the Faroe Islands with the most awesome of rides – the Mustang Mach-E 1400 drift car. Strap in and buckle up for a wild and breathtaking ride trip to this beautiful destination, powered entirely by electricity.
We love Traxxas’ classic 1979 Bronco, and we’re equally smitten with their latest R/C Ford off-roader, based on the 2021 Bronco Wildtrak. The 1/10-scale 4×4 rides on the rugged TRX-4 chassis, with steel frame rails, aluminum shocks, floor pans, portal axles, a high/low transmission, and is powered by a high-torque brushed motor.
The new Ford Bronco is one of the most desired off-road vehicles in decades. Now you could win a Bronco Wildtrak, complete with the Sasquatch package. One lucky entrant will win this fully-loaded Cyber Orange Bronco while supporting the Museum of Boulder with their donation. Awesomer readers get 25% bonus entries.