In light of the ongoing global pandemic, the vast majority of high-profile auto shows have been rescheduled or postponed rather than canceled altogether. While this prevents the crowds from flocking to these events, of course, aftermarket modification companies and automakers do not mean that they wait behind closed doors where special vehicles are prepared. This includes Ford, who knew that auto fans would not be able to come to SEMA and decided to take SEMA to them with the team’s first virtual show.
The American company Dearborn has unveiled the brand’s 2021 F-150, Ranger, Bronco, and Bronco Sport versions developed using parts from Ford’s Accessories and Performance Parts catalog with a series of live broadcast events. Bronco Sports Badlands, an Overlanding structure first performed by MAD, came up with the Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept, inspired by desert racers. BDS Suspension is also tasked with transforming 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 customization team can use Ranger‘s an XLT Tremor SuperCrew for off-road modifications using a range of optional factory add-ons. showed up. If you want to learn more about any Ford 2020 SEMA, you can check out the press release.