Like many events that have taken place in the past few months, this year’s SEMA show ended up being a virtual one. But while many of the biggest automakers and tuning houses usually show up in full force and make a big statement, Ford was noticeably absent from this year’s activities. As it turned out, the Detroit-based auto giant had planned a virtual showcase of their own to debut their epic SEMA builds – customized versions of the 2021 Bronco and Bronco Sport.
Based on the Ford Bronco, Ford’s newly revived outdoor brand of wild 4×4 SUVs, the Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door concept highlights the car’s versatility and offers extreme off-road capabilities that can be easily adjusted via modular settings. Thanks to the Build Wild design process, the front fenders and rear quarters can be easily swapped out, even if it’s just for a weekend trip. The concept also features a stepover replacement panel that pays tribute to the first-generation Bronco U13 Roadster, plus 3D-printed titanium parts which help reduce weight.
The MAD Bronco Sport Badlands is another Bronco build that is worth paying attention to. Developed with MAD Industries, the small SUV has been completely transformed into the ultimate adventure vehicle. Other highlights from the automaker include an F-150 built by BDS Suspension, a custom Ranger Tremor and the Mustang Mach-E.