Ford has shown off a one-off electric reworking of its venerable 1978 Ford F100 pick-up truck at the Los Angeles motor show - following its debut at CES earlier this month.
Called the F-100 Eluminator, the concept uses the same twin-motor, four-wheel-drive set-up as the top-rung GT version of Ford's Mustang Mach-E SUV, giving it 480bhp and 634lb ft of torque.
Engineered by Ford’s Performance division, the Eluminator sits on a custom chassis created by renowned hot rod builders the Roadster Shop and was built in collaboration with MLe Racecars, which previously helped produce the Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 EV dragster.
With the exception of the lowered suspension, custom-built Forgeline three-piece aluminium wheels and Avalanche Grey over Cerakote Copper paintwork, the exterior remains relatively unchanged, giving little indication of the concept's performance potential. The interior features a billet aluminum dashboard, with avocado-tanned leather upholstery and a more modern infotainment system borrowed from the Mach-E.