We’re not going to say this is the case here with this thoroughly prepared F-150 Raptor because we lack the necessary backstory to back our speculation. Still, the timing is just right to have this tuning project look down upon its successor, thanks to a series of upgrades. Better yet, it’s also one of those projects that also enhance the vehicle with respect to some of the less discussed aspects of an F-150 Raptor.
For example, this white example packs a lot of rock-crawling goodies that will make it an even more capable off-roader. All the usual suspects are present, such as a 4-in (10-cm) lift kit courtesy of Fabtech, 22-inch alloys wrapped in chunky 37-inch tires, running boards, and some additional lights from Rigid Industries. We especially like the bespoke 30-inch dual-row light bar hidden behind the Raptor grille.
But that’s not all, because Serious Autosport, a Palm Beach, Florida-based mobile electronics store with lots of experience (they’ve been around since 1982), also transforms the dune rider into a serious option for an off-road tailgate party.
That’s because the Raptor has also been tricked out with a JL Audio C7 three-way active front stage (with pairs of JL Audio speakers in the A-pillars and front doors), a C7 two-way active rear stage, a neat subwoofer enclosure (its specifics haven’t been released just yet), and the needed electrical upgrades. By the way, everything is controlled by JL Audio FiX and TwK processors that have been hooked up to no fewer than five JL amplifiers.