In light of the ongoing global pandemic, the vast majority of high-profile auto shows have been rescheduled or delayed, if not canceled entirely. And while crowds may not be flocking to these events this year, that doesn’t mean aftermarket companies and car manufacturers haven’t been heard at work behind closed doors preparing custom vehicles. This includes Ford, which decided that if car fans can’t come to SEMA, then the Dearborn marque would bring the SEMA to them with the outfit’s first-ever virtual show.
Unveiled in a series of live-streamed events, the American firm pulled the cover off of modified versions of the brand’s 2021 F-150, Ranger, Bronco, and Bronco Sport, utilizing one-off parts and bits from Ford’s Accessories and Performance Parts catalog. The first is the Bronco Sports Badlands, an Overlanding build performed by MAD, revealed alongside the desert racer-inspired Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept. BDS Suspension was also tasked with turning the F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew into an adventure machine that takes advantage of the donor’s Pro Power Onboard mobile power generator, while Ford’s vehicle personalization team showed off the Ranger’s conduciveness to off-road modifications with an XLT Tremor SuperCrew outfitted with a host of optional factory add-ons. To see more of any of Ford’s 2020 SEMA builds, you can check out the full press release linked below.
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