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All-Female Ford Bronco Build Officially Unveiled At SEMA 2022

A few days ago, the SEMA Busineswomen’s Network (SBN) previewed a Ford Bronco Wildtrack built entirely by a team of women. This Ford Bronco was donated by The Blue Oval directly to SBN for off-road customization. The built was completed just before SEMA 2022, where it was finally revealed to the public.

Over 125 female volunteers spent well over 5,000 hours preparing this ultimate off-road Ford Bronco build. It rides on an ICON Vehicle Dynamics Stage 8 suspension, and rolls on a set of 17×8.5-inch ICON Alloy Thrust satin black wheels coupled with 37-inch Milestar Patagonia M/T-02 tires. It features a unique illuminated Bronco grille and a custom wrap by Terra Strada Design with a graphic set composed by Monika Kalenski, whose work was chosen by popular vote on social media. Oracle headlights light the way, while the rear seat was deleted to make way for a small kitchen with a Ford Performance 50-quart Classic Series fridge/freezer by ARB.

Under the hood, this Ford Bronco features the Ford 2.7L V6 EcoBoost engine, which is mated to the automaker’s 10-speed automatic transmission. It gets a bit more pep from a Ford Performance EcoBoost Power Pack performance calibration, along with a Turbosmart Kompact EM Plum-Back Valve, aFe Power Momentum GT Cold Air Intake and an AWE Tuning cat-back exhaust system.

“To me, this wasn’t about trying to prove that women are capable,” said Volunteer Team Lead, Haley Keelin “We already know we are capable. This was about changing the way the world perceives our capabilities and showcasing what all these amazing women can do. I’m so proud to share this build with everyone at SEMA and to showcase what we all built together.”

The all-female Bronco build is certainly not the only aftermarket Ford build on display at SEMA. In fact, it’s joined by quite a few others, including a 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT by Tucci Hot Rods, a Ford Bronco Sport by Yamika and Hypertech and many more.

We’ll have more on this unique build soon. Until then, subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. Paul Lawrence

    Nice job Ladies, probably the nicest Bronco on the planet right now!!👍

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  2. Michael J Genzale

    Why is there a ‘qualifier’ put on the Bronco build ‘all female’. It is…what it is. Today’s society, politicians and media insist on a certain designations that in my humble opinion does more to separate people than bring them together.
    In this instance it is ‘a build’ nothing else need be said. Is the build good? Bad? Interesting? Whatever. Is the criteria to be looked at differently than if the build was by both men and women, or men alone?

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    1. JDE

      certainly the qualifier seems like it would make the builders feel like pawns and suggests it is not normally something that could be done my other women.

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  3. Steve

    Okay let me get this straight. Women can design and build a Bronco? Really? I mean when you bring this up it’s like this is some sort of ground breaking story. Like women are some how “special” and completed such a task is…….super human. Women have the same required equipment as men and completely able to perform the same way so I’m not why this is such a big deal to the point of writing a story about it. I will say though this does look bad a**, nice job.

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