A.R.E’s 2018 SEMA Ford F-150 Is a Modern-day Adventurer

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A.R.E. Ford F-150 SEMA 2018

This sweet Ford F-150 build isn’t just some SEMA show horse. It’s also fully equipped to spend weeks in the wild!

To bring you all the latest and greatest builds and aftermarket parts and accessories, we here at Ford Truck Enthusiasts are coming to you live from SEMA 2018 all week. And while we were perusing SEMA’s insanely large footprint of square footage, we came across this spectacular Ford F-150 build. It’s the latest signature vehicle in a long line from legendary topper maker A.R.E. And it’s clearly ready to go anywhere you want to take it.

The first thing you’ll probably notice about this striking build is its brand new Z Revo bed cap. Which is a far cry from those aluminum ribbed pieces your dad used to clamp to the bed of his Ford F-150. It also provides a mounting point for an A.R.E. Ascend roof basket and James Baroud roof-top tent. Thus, you’ll be more than equipped to spend a full vacation out in the wild.

A.R.E. 2018 SEMA Ford F-150

The exterior also features a host of appearance upgrades. They include Lund fender flares, Duraflex hood, N-Fab bumpers and steps, and tinted windows. A host of A.R.E. Rival LED lighting looks great and ensures you’ll be able to see anything in your path.

A.R.E. 2018 SEMA Ford F-150

With a built-in cooler and TruckVault storage drawer system, there’s more than enough room for all your gear and grub. And of course, the interior wasn’t left alone, either. There you’ll find custom accents, a Kicker stereo, and a full camera system for enhanced security.

A.R.E. 2018 SEMA Ford F-150

Personally, we can’t think of a cooler rig we’d like to spend a week or two in the wilderness in. Or just showing off at our local cruise night. And this stellar Ford F-150 is just one of the many awesome builds we’re going to bring you this week as our SEMA 2018 coverage continues!

A.R.E. 2018 SEMA Ford F-150

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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