We get to see a lot of eye candy from where we sit. And as you probably can imagine, not all of it is interesting, but this one looks to be something special.
We heard from our friends at Jalopnik that they had just wrapped up shooting a video with Top Gear USA, where one of the main camera support vehicles was a late-model modified Ford SVT Raptor.
Once we saw the shots of the truck and the video where it was used, we had to know more. We got in touch with Jack Damon of Square Planet Media and Damon Productions, and he sent us these photos. Of course, we're also going to take a closer look at a later date, so we'll have more when we know more.
In the meantime, Damon says the truck has a custom exterior roll cage for the massive boom arm and that it usually takes a crew of four or five inside the SuperCrew to control and manage all the technology. He says they've even taken a few jumps with the setup.
For now, take a look at these images and click here to see the Damon Productions' Raptor in action. And if you want to see the final results of the shoot in which the Raptor followed (and sometimes led) celebs and their passengers along California's famous Mulholland Drive, check out this video.