Ford has a host of new products on the way over the next few months, including the 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport, the 2021 Ford F-150, and the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E, to name a few. And now, after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the SEMA show to go virtual this year, the automaker will be revealing a custom F-150, Ford Bronco, Bronco Sport, and Ford Ranger during the SEMA Show Special via the Ford Auto Nights webcast this Thursday and Friday, November 20th and 21st.
During the event, Ford will unveil customized builds, interactive vehicle immersion sessions, and an on-demand content library. The program will feature customer and celebrity superfan stories and vehicle customization and performance expert highlights. Viewers can tune in to the video below at 8 p.m. EST on Thursday for the show, then register for interactive live sessions held throughout Friday by heading over here.
Day one takes place live from the ultimate Ford garage, stocked with tools, accessories, and loads of space to tackle any project with hosts Jarod DeAnda and Kellee Edwards. DeAnda is an emcee, host, presenter, and ambassador in the world of motorsports and action sports, while Edwards is a travel expert and television host by land, air, and sea.
Day two takes an interactive deep dive into the technical details of the project builds revealed the night prior. TV host and auto enthusiast Cristy Lee will lead the four sessions with Ford engineers, designers, and drivers.
One-off versions of Ford’s newest products, including a custom F-150, Bronco, Bronco Sport, and Ranger will headline the show, along with a few surprises during the two-day event. Here is what to expect from those builds.
MAD Bronco Sport Badlands
The MAD Bronco Sport Badlands turns the small crossover into the ultimate overlander. Ford teamed up with MAD Industries for a build that is an outdoor adventurer’s dream conversion. MAD is an established Ford project vehicle builder, with a rich history of custom builds, tricking out everything from a Mustang to an F-350.
Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch Two-Door Concept
The Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch Two-Door Concept showcases the Bronco’s modularity. This concept is built around one of the Bronco program’s customer-use scenarios, in which a regular Bronco is converted for a weekend of extreme off-roading, and then back to stock Badlands spec for the week ahead.
The concept features swappable front fenders and rear quarters made from robust and impact-ready materials that replace stock painted parts. And for a throwback cue to the first-generation Bronco U13 Roadster model, the Bronco features a stepover replacement panel instead of traditional doors. Meanwhile, 3D-printed titanium parts strip weight and increase strength.
Ford F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew by BDS Suspension
The Ford F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew by BDS Suspension project vehicle highlights the ease of customization of the new F-150 while showcasing the all-new Pro Power Onboard mobile power generator. This custom F-150 is the “foreman’s truck,” which works all week with tools and equipment onboard, which are then exchanged for adventure gear and supplies.
Ford Ranger XLT Tremor SuperCrew
The Ford Ranger XLT Tremor SuperCrew, outfitted by Ford’s vehicle personalization team, uses the all-new 2021 Ranger Tremor as a starting point, The custom adventure truck features a selection of available Ford Accessories and Ford Performance Parts that complement the vehicle’s factory capability and enable adventure seekers to not only get to the most remote trailheads, but also carry a mountain bike, kayak, and other assorted outdoor gear.
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