Ford has announced plans to introduce three customized 2015 Expeditions at SEMA.

Ford has announced plans to introduce three customized 2015 Expeditions at SEMA.

Starting with the ugly duckling, the Tjin Edition Expedition has a dark gray exterior with custom fenders, a side exiting exhaust and 24-inch Rotiform wheels with Falken tires. The model also has Air Lift struts, Baer brakes and a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine has been equipped with a Vortech Engineering charge cooler kit, a MagnaFlow and a "custom tuneup." Thanks to these modifications, the engine develops 405 bhp (302 kW) which is an increase of 40 bhp (30 kW).

Moving on, the DUB Magazine Expedition was designed to exude "style and sophistication" but it appears to be a drug dealer special as it has an integrated radar detection system, tinted windows and 26-inch concave wheels with Pirelli tires. The model also has a lowered suspension, high-performance brakes and a Borla exhaust.

The unique styling continues in the cabin as there's upgraded seats and upholstery as well as a full-length center console and multiple monitors that are hooked up to a video gaming system. There's also "motorized hidden boxes can hold valuables like watches" - yeah, watches.

Last but not least, the Vaccar Expedition is a ruggedized model that features a two-tone matte exterior, a brush guard and a roof rack. The truck also has ultra-suede seats and 20-inch wheels with General Tire Grabber AT2 tires.

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Ford showcases three Expeditions for SEMA