MegaRexx, the North Carolina firm that turns Ford’s F-250 Tremendous Responsibility into an enormous and burly Baja basher, has a brand new model of the wild truck that is able to seating seven.
It is known as the MegaRaptor7, and it encompasses a third row with two seats within the space the place the F-250’s mattress usually sits. MegaRexx has additionally crafted a detachable cover roof; it is a one-piece design produced from hand-formed aluminum that sports activities tinted facet glass.
The modification turns the earlier MegaRaptor pickup truck in an SUV.
The MegaRaptor7 is predicated on the Ford F-250 Tremendous Responsibility Lariat 4×4 crew cab, and because of this it comes with loads of luxurious. This contains leather-based trim, a Bang & Olufsen audio system, and voice-activated navigation. Entrance bucket seats within the truck characteristic heating and cooling.
It additionally has the inventory turbodiesel 6.7-liter V-8 provided within the F-250, rated at 475 hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque. Based on Ford, the engine will tow as much as 20,000 kilos in a four-wheel-drive F-250 with a traditional hitch.
So as to add floor clearance, MegaRexx has added new springs, shocks, and suspension arms. The car has additionally been fitted with 46-inch off-road tires from Michelin, wrapped round 20-inch wheels from MRAP.
To suit the huge tires, MegaRexx has designed its personal fenders which can be bolted and bonded to the truck and add 9 inches to the width—on all sides.
The price of the MegaRaptor7 begins at roughly $189,000, and MegaRexx requires about eight weeks to finish the construct. Clients can provide their very own F-250, which must be a 2017 or newer mannequin.
MegaRexx has an alternative choice for consumers searching for a wild truck with seven seats. The corporate final June rolled out a Tremendous Responsibility-Bronco mashup, additionally with the choice of a 3rd row.
Word that Denver-based Defco Vans additionally used the MegaRaptor title in 2018 for an F-350 construct, whereas Shelby American affords its personal off-road-ready F-250, minus Raptor nomenclature.