It looks like dealerships are taking a page out of the ’60s and building their own idea of performance vehicles.
If you were a fan of the 650-horsepower Ford F-150 Lightning Tribute from Pioneer Ford in Bremen, Georgia, you’re going to want to see what Wyatt Johnson Ford of Nashville, Tennessee has cooked up.
It too started with a two-wheel-drive, regular cab F-150, but crammed a Shelby supercharged V-8 under the hood to create a 750-horsepower pickup that really hauls!
Meet the 2017 Ford F-150 Outlaw WJ750.
Aside from the massive wheels and dual-intake, ram air hood, there is really no know way of knowing what kind of beast this truck really is.
No acceleration figures have been given seeing how this is a limited build, but the video shows the F-150 rolling down the street with a menacing whine from the Whipple supercharger.
To produce the 750-hp output, the engine has been upgraded with high-performance fuel injectors, a billet throttle body and a Borla performance exhaust.
Other mods made to the Outlaw WJ750 include a lowered suspension and 22-inch wheels wrapped in serious rubber that should provide plenty of grip, but no major performance upgrades were made to improve handling. The interior gets custom leather-wrapped and embroidered seats, and comes with all of the standard features of a 2017 Ford F-150 XLT.
This Ford dealer is offering its Outlaw WJ750 in four colors (Race Red, Lightning Blue, Shadow Black and Oxford White) with an MSRP of $74,995. Yes, that is almost triple the cost of a standard 2017 F-150, but it also exactly double the output of a base F-150.
Best of all, as an authorized Shelby dealership, Wyatt Johnson Ford offers this rubber-shredding F-150 comes with a full three-year, 36,000-mile warranty!