Ford F-350 Super Duty is a Big matte black Beast in China
Published on June 2, 2014 by Tycho de Feijter
A Ford F-350 Super Duty, Spotted in China inside a supercar shop on the Beijing Tuning Street. The big beast of a car is wrapped in a matte black wrap and further forded up by giant terrain tires with kinda sporty alloys and a double at the back, heightened suspension, tinted windows, and large side side bars at the sides.
The current third generation Ford Super Duty arrived in 2011. It is not officially exported to China, but nevertheless very popular among wealthy Chinese. Most cars arrive via the misty dealer-to-dealer gray circuit. This particular crew-cab car was priced at a barely believable 1.57 million yuan or 251.000 USD. Power comes from the 6.7 liter turbocharged V8 diesel with 400 hp and a Beijing-burning 1100 nm. The ‘Lariat’ is a mid-level trim, coming with flashy badges and shiploads of chrome.
Munitalp greenhouse over the pickup bed. Wheel arches as wide as they come. Twin exhaust pipe sticking out to the right. Monster car for a monster city…