With personalization so popular these days, people customize everything they can: their hair, phones, houses, and of course, their vehicles. Over the past few decades there have been more and more pickups on the road as they have increased in popularity.
With so many different pickup models out there, people have begun to modify them to fit their specific purposes. Some of the modifications are to compete in off-road challenges, some just to look good, and others for transportation or work purposes. Here are some of the most stunning personalized pickups out there.
Lifted Toyota Tundra
One of the most common modifications that you will see in pickup trucks is a lift kit to give an extra few feet of added height. On this custom painted steel blue Toyota Tundra, the owner switched out the standard tires and also changed out the suspension.
A light bar was added to the top of the Tundra and the headlights were switched out from traditional standard white lights to a cool blue to match the rest of the truck.
Awesome Ford F150
The Ford F150 is Ford’s most popular pickup truck and has been for the better part of the last few decades. The truck is reliable, affordable and just looks good. The owner of this F150 added an additional lift kit to give the truck some extra room.
They also changed out the suspension but kept a lot of other parts of the truck standard. More than likely this truck is still a work in progress with more modifications to come, or this could be a work truck.
Like the birds of prey, this Ford Raptor is a deadly work of art. The owner of this raptor has added a custom front bumper with additional lights and even put a light bar on the top as well for more light and visibility during long night drives or in bad weather.
Though the tires have been upgraded from standard, the owner of this Ford didn’t add the additional lift kit but did go for a custom hood.
This matte forest green GMC pick up truck doesn’t have as many modifications as some of the other trucks on this list but it is still worth taking a look.
Outside of the custom paint job and added decals, the owner also switched out the standard tires for all-weather tires and changed the suspension for a slight lift. Tinted windows were also added as well as a change to the front bumper.
This truck is clearly intended to be an off-roading vehicle and it looks like a fun time. The owner has changed out regular tires for a set that can handle rough roads and terrains.
The owner of the truck also lifted it so you won’t have to worry about scraping up trees in this thing. The headlights are custom and the front bumper is customized as well with neon green accents all over.
Dodge Ram 3500 Turbo Diesel Lifted With Stacks
This all-white 3500 Dodge Ram has a couple of modifications. For starters, the owner added larger tires for more grip and traction.
On the back on the truck inside the bed there is also an exhaust that more than likely blows dark smoke, as large diesel trucks like this tend to do. The owner of this Ram has also installed a lift kit, as well as added a bumper and switched the Ram logo to a silver star.
2500 Dodge Ram
This silver 2500 Dodge Ram has a lot of modifications going on at once. You can see that the owner has added specialty forged off-roading wheels.
The truck also has a lot of striking blue accents, most likely from a custom paint job. There is a front bumper modification, and judging by the look of the suspension, this truck was modified to be able to go off-roading. This is one personalized truck.
While most of the trucks on this list have been lifted, this Chevrolet has been lowered. One of the best things about this truck is its custom paint job with the cleanest shade of blue ever.
Then you can check out the black add-ons where the logo should be as well as the custom door handles. This driver definitely was all about the looks and show, adding 20″ all black rims as well.
This desert dragon has had a lot of modifications made to it. In the front, it has a custom bumper with added towing accessories as well as custom headlights. The hood has been modified and you will find an additional light bar above the front window.
The bed of the truck has been altered and a luggage rack has been added on top. To top all of this off, the owner had the truck custom painted in a fading desert camouflage pattern.
Lifted GMC Pickup
Another beautifully-modded GMC pickup for the books is this looker here. It has added tires and new studded rims. The owner added a light bar to the truck as well as some lift with an updated suspension.
Though the truck doesn’t have a custom paint job like some of the others, it does have some added tinting to the passenger windows. Overall a nicely modified truck, hopefully with some new mods coming soon.
Ford Blue Demon
Its no surprise that this Ford has the name “Blue Demon.” The owner of this pickup truck went all out, adding blue accessories and lights to make this truck look mean and blue.
Instead of placing the light bar on top of the truck, this owner opted out with placing a few lights on the front bumper. The truck has been debadged as well and all of the lights on the truck have been blacked out for an even meaner look.
The X Class
This Mercedes X Class pickup is a verified modification. A step away from Mercedes’ typically luxury look, this Mercedes has had a custom paint job done and has added wheels and rims.
While the headlights have remained the same, the owner decided to modify the grille and add a matte paint job to it to give it an overall futuristic appearance. If you were looking for your next spaceship, then this pickup might be it.
Revered Mercedes X-Class
This Mercedes X Class pick up truck was modified by a company named Revere. Its modifications include 22″ wheels with oversized off-road tires, a full black back, along with color-coded steps you can see well at night, a new front lower addition, and Revere Branding.
The brand Revere will take any vehicle, whether it is a pickup truck or a convertible, and turn it into almost whatever the owner can think of.
This Ford Ranger was made to go camping and it is clear that is the only thing on this owner’s mind.
From the added luggage rack on the top of the Ranger to the light bar that will help light the way in the middle of the night if you find yourself lost in the woods, this truck screams “take me camping.” The truck has also been lifted and has added wheels to handle rough terrain and roads.
Ford XO Custom
This pretty blue Ford XO pickup truck has seen a lot of modifications from its base model. You can take a look at its custom front bumper and see that it has unique badging, most likely from the company that made the changes.
The owner of the pickup also has added bigger tires and another piece on the bed of the truck to make getting in and out of the back easier.
Club Ford Ranger Modification
If Rambo needed a truck, then this would be it. Check out this Ford’s all-outdoor modifications. It has the custom front bumper in case it rams into anything in the front.
The truck has a custom suspension and the bigger tires give it an overall wider stance to make driving easier. It has extra space on the roof and a light bar for more visibility. If you ever need to take this Ranger out on the water, it comes equipped with a snorkel as well.
Lifted Toyota Tacoma
This single axle Toyota Tacoma is almost ready to go Monster Trucking. It has almost four to five feet of added height alone.
The owner has an added front bumper accessory to make towing easier, though from the outside, not much else has been added or changed. This would be a perfect truck for taking off-roading or on rough terrain. It has all of the tools needed (and even packs an extra tire for emergencies.)
Check out this modified GMC Sierra. The owner of this one lifted the truck and changed the suspension. The tires of the truck have been switched out as well as the rims.
The badging was removed and you can see that the front bumper was removed and replaced with a bigger and beefier piece that also includes an additional light bar. Add that to the tinted windows and you have a really nice pickup.
Chevy Silverado 1500
This Chevy pickup truck was modified almost perfectly. It has some of the best modifications and looks good, not too overdone. It has a bigger suspension with the added lift kit.
The owner added the larger tires, changed out the headlights, and updated the front bumper. This truck doesn’t have a custom paint job like some of the others but it doesn’t even need one because it still looks amazing.
Chevy Silverado 2500⠀⠀
The previous entry on this list was another Chevrolet Silverado pickup, but neither trucks need a comparison. This Silverado 2500 two-wheel drive has had a lot of work done to it. On the front end you can see that the truck has custom Ford badging and a custom front bumper.
The red towing tags and light accents set off the front of the truck perfectly. On the top, the owner added a few additional lights as well that help set off this entire look.
2500 Lifted Dodge Ram
Another all-white Dodge Ram on this list, the owner of this truck made customizations and mods all over. For starters, you can notice the added tires and lifted suspension on the truck.
All of the lights on it have been completely blacked out and the tint is so dark on the windows that you can’t see anything inside. The 2500 is larger than the standard and these modifications make it all the beefier.
Dodge Ram 1500⠀
Easily one of the coolest things about this Dodge Ram 1500 is its color scheme. While it isn’t anything loud or crazy, its simplicity and overall discrete statement are what makes this truck stand out.
The cool blue headlights and silver paint job give this truck a chilling look that could have easily been overdone. And by adding the larger tires and giving this truck a boost with the lift kit, the truck looks even better.
Here is a big ‘ol modified Ford F350. With a truck this large, a lot of work can be done and the driver can fit massive loads in the bed.
This F350 has a custom blue paint job and it has been debadged with the Ford logo removed in the front. You can also see that the owner decided to change out the front bumper. They don’t call these trucks Super Duty for nothing.
Chevrolet Silverado Mod
Some people swear only by Chevrolet pickup trucks. What isn’t to love? They’re mean and aggressive, they have great ratings, and they’re reasonably affordable and accessible to most people.
The owner of this Silverado went with modifying the wheels and rims of this truck as well as giving it a lift. The headlights have been changed out from the standard and the bumper has had been completely replaced as well.
Ram 2500 Purple Reign
Though this truck goes without a name, just one look at this Dodge Ram and “Purple Reign” suits it best. The paint job on it is a silver lavender blend and the owner debadged the truck and removed all of the Ram logos.
They added a lift kit, bigger tires with thick silver rims, and of course the purple under light. On the roof of the truck there are five additional lights that complete this unique look.
Chevy 2500 The Blue Smoke
This blue beauty almost looks unreal. This truck embodies everything it means to mod out your truck and the owner did a spectacular job on this one. Can we talk about this beautiful shade of blue?
The color envelops the entire truck from front to back and everything else about the vehicle only highlights and emphasizes that blue. It has a custom front bumper with the word “Chevrolet” in lights, custom tires and rims, and a light bar at the top.
Cummins Power Ram Stroker Smoker
White is a popular color for Dodge Rams on this list and this Cummins Powered Ram is another modded all-white pickup. It has that custom bumper with two sets of added lights as well as a full light bar in the center.
It is a lifted truck and has large tires as well as an updated suspension. Though it may be hard to see from this angle, the name of this truck is “Stroker Smoker” so there is a good chance that from another angle we might see a custom exhaust.
Dodge Ram 3500
Here is a silver Dodge Ram 3500 that has been modified. It looks like the ultimate truck. The owner opted to remove the Ram badging from the front of the truck and they also added in a front towing rig.
Larger tires were added and they went for all-black rims to set off the look. The black and silver of this truck give it an overall futuristic look without being too overbearing.
’77 Dodge Power Wagon
This Dodge 4×4 Pickup is the oldest car on this list but by no means is it a weak entry. Almost everything on this truck is customized and modified. The perfect all-red matte paint job and the black accents look sharp together.
The grille has been completely redone with updated custom headlights. The owner of the truck also added larger tires, a larger bumper, and added in a little more lift.
The VW Amarok
This is the only Volkswagen on the list but this one doesn’t disappoint. Check out this truck’s splatter paint job.
Although you can’t see the tires on it very clearly, you can get the general gist that they are larger than the standard tires and have red accenting to go with the red paint on the front. On the top of the Amarok is a classic light bar that sets off almost all modded pickups.
An oldie but goodie, this Ford Ranger modded truck is an example of a truck that has been modified slightly but still looks good and stands out from the crowd.
The owner wanted to make sure that this truck was off-road ready so they added an upgraded suspension to it. There wasn’t anything done to the paint job but judging from the images and description, the car has been kept in top shape.
This all-white mean Chevy machine is a truck driver’s dream. It has that wider stance thanks to some added larger wheels and a custom suspension.
On the side of the truck, you can see a custom stepping stool. In the front on top sits the light bar as well as two additional lights on either side of the bar. You can see the added custom bumper on the front of the truck as well.
Chevy Truck Duramax
You can’t go wrong with a modified pickup truck like this. Another Chevrolet Silverado on the list, this pickup truck starts off with a sleek all-black paint job with a few blue highlights in the badging and accessories.
The truck has clearly had a lift kit added as well as some suspension work done. The tires on each side of the truck to give it a wider and more aggressive stance.
This SuperDuty F250 is the only truck on this list with a bed cover. A performance truck, this F250 SuperDuty has a lot of power behind its engine.
The owner of this truck doesn’t care so much about making a lot of appearance package upgrades as they mainly focused on the upgrades that will give this driver a better experience on the road. Some of the visual modifications that you can see include the added bumper, suspension, wheels, and rims.
This is the only Nissan Titan to find its way to the list, but it sure does represent. The front of this pickup looks mean and ready to go for a ride.
This owner opted for the V6 engine model of this pickup but made sure that it would be off-road ready. It has towing accessories added to the front of it and it is slightly elevated to give it a little bit of height.
This Diesel Chevrolet Silverado modified pickup has a color scheme that we haven’t seen on this list yet. The brownish-tan, with the black and orange accents you can see all over the truck, makes a perfect match.
The owner of the truck debadged it, and added bigger tires and rims (with orange accents) as well as changed out the standard suspension. This Silverado has not one, but two light bars to let it shine in the night.
This bug-green GMC Sierra is another oldie but goodie. Regardless of the age of the truck, you can tell just by looking at it that the owner takes good care of it. Over time, it has gotten a lift package, added stepping stools, and upgraded tires and rims.
In the front you can see a custom bumper and some towing equipment as well as debadging. Tinting the windows dark sets off the rest of the truck and goes along with the dark green color scheme.
Duramax GMC Denali
There’s no telling what kind of apocalypse this truck was modded and made ready for but there is probably not much that this truck can’t handle.
It has enormous added-on tires with the sharp spokes that stick out on either side, and in the back the truck is riding with double wheels. The truck has a custom bumper and two light bars between the hood and the top of the car.
If you thought that Hummers were going out of style anytime soon then this tricked out H3 Hummer just might be the modification to change your mind. This H3 Hummer has custom rims, large and upgraded tires, and an off-road suspension.
The front of it has a custom bumper added as well as luggage space and a light bar on the top if you needed even more space to put things.
2nd Generation Dodge Ram
Last but not least is this 2nd Generation Dodge Ram. Right off the bat you can just take a look at this thing and tell that a lot of thought, work, and money was put into this truck. From the tricked out suspension to the wide-set tires, the owner wanted to make sure everything synced and looked perfect on this big guy.
Of course the best part about this truck is the light scheme with the blue highlights and the black paint job.