Posted on: Oct 24, 2011
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SEMA 2011: 605hp Ford Raptor Returns in Luxury


The SEMA Show is about to get another one-off debut from Ford.
As SEMA rapidly approaches, word has come into the CarBuzz offices about a new one-off model that will be making its way to Las Vegas. The Luxury Performance Ford Raptor was built from a collaboration of JPM Coachworks, Addictive Desert Design, High Desert Mobile and Hennessey Performance all getting their hands on the dirty bird. First up, Hennessey Performance took a 2011 Raptor SVT SuperCrew and fitted it with their unique VelociRaptor 600SC package.

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That means the addition of a supercharger and a boosted 605hp output. After its performance upgrade, JPM Coachworks took care of the interior with Alcantara and a Royal Hides from Edelman leather treatment. High Desert Mobile gave the Raptor a terrific sound system while Addictive Desert Designs gave the exterior Stealth front and rear bumpers along with Rigid LED lighting. The totally-tuned Raptor sits on a set of Fuel Hostage wheels wrapped in Goodyear MTR Kevlar rubbers. Upgraded brakes have also been added to help control all the added power.
If that wasn't enough, Spintech Muffler gave the one-off Raptor a custom duel-exhaust system. The truck will be named by the winner of a contest run by Affliction Clothing and the bespoke Ford will make its debut at the 2011 SEMA Show in November.

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