Ford Partners With Customizers To Create Six Special Vehicles For SEMA Show



For the first time in a few years, Ford is offering a full range of options for its many new vehicles. For example, Ford Performance and Ford Licensed Accessories have an extensive online catalog of specialized parts that Ford vehicle buyers can use to customize their vehicles.

For example, Ford has worked with various customizers to show how customers can customize their Bronco SUVs. Custom Broncos included four two- and four-door Broncos and two Bronco Sport models.

Bronco RTR Fun-Runner by RTR Vehicles

Legendary Ford Performance driver and builder Vaughn Gittin Jr. created a Bronco RTR dealership package concept with a host of Ford Performance parts and Ford licensed accessories installed. Construction of RTR vehicles includes a 2021 Badlands â„¢ series two-door Bronco with custom RTR sound bar and Ford licensed accessories, paint protection film and door sill plates. The sport exhaust with two black chrome tips from Ford Performance Parts gives the 2.3-liter EcoBoost a more powerful sound and look.

RTR transformed the vehicle into the ultimate fun racer, increasing its capability and performance while setting this Bronco apart with its style, attitude and approach to functional needs. It features an Ultimate Dana 44 ™ FDU front axle with Spicer® Extreme ™ CV shafts, an Ultimate Dana 60 ™ long-stroke semi-floating rear axle and a performance intake system.

Suspension upgrades include Fox Performance Elite 2.5 coil springs and a long-stroke off-road suspension kit. Fun-Runner rides on RTR Tech 6 heel forged wheels and 37-inch off-road tires.

2021 Bronco by BDS Suspensions

BDS Suspensions, longtime builder and customizer of Ford, a subsidiary of Fox Shocks, has created an all-terrain first responder vehicle based on a 2021 Black Diamond â„¢ series two-door Bronco. Century of suspension experience, the creation of BDS Suspensions is designed as the ultimate fire truck, with features inside and out to help rescue teams tackle the trails.
The customizer outfitted the Bronco with a 4-inch UCA BDS system with Fox 2.5 PES coil springs, adjustable BDS control arms and rear drawbar, sway bar disconnect and BFGoodrich® KM3 ™ tires. 37 inches.

CrawlTek Revolution bumpers feature a recessed winch bracket, recovery hooks and belly pad in the front, as well as a winch bracket and recovery hooks at the rear. Both winches are WARN Industries ZEON® 10s units. Other updates include a modified half-truck hardtop, CrawlTek sliding steps, custom CG1000XL CargoGlide sliding bed, and an ARB® TwinAir under-hood air compressor.

2021 Bronco by Tucci Hot Rods

Tucci Hot Rods have created a tracked vehicle that should be fun in the snow. The four-track snow adventure vehicle uses a 2021 Badlands series four-door Bronco as the base. The veteran show car company has built a wide range of specialty cars and trucks over the years, from the lightest to the wildest. With this build, Tucci aims to help drivers tackle deep snow and ice, with 8 Series tracks in place of all-terrain tires.

Equipped with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and a seven-speed manual transmission, this SUV features 88-series Mattracks quad tracks for the ultimate off-road adventures on snow and sand. Tucci installed a swing gate storage, flat snowboard rack and Yakima LockNLoad â„¢ roof rack system for Ford licensed accessories.

Up front, Tucci installed a WARN Industries ZEON® 10s winch. A Rigid® Light Shop Adapt light bar improves lighting. Meanwhile, the Radiance pods and the Rock Light kit also contribute to brighter lighting. And, there are retractable steps for easy entry and exit.

2021 Bronco BAJA FORGÉ by LGE-CTS Motorsports

Theresa Contreras, a veteran of Ford SEMA build, design and parts founder, is back with a custom Bronco four-door Outer Banks â„¢ series build. The vehicle mixes the needs of off-road adventure with modern amenities like an onboard refrigerator, premium soundbar, cargo organizer, and BAJA FORGED front and rear bumpers.

Vehicle suspension is improved with an ICON Vehicle Dynamics® 3.0 suspension lift. Exterior upgrades include Ford Performance Parts off-road headlights, a Ford licensed accessory tailgate folding table, BAJA FORGED fender flares and a spare tire carrier.

Interior features include a JBL® soundbar, premium interior organizer, under floor safe and cargo organizer, all from Ford licensed accessories, as well as a car protector. GFA cargo space and all-season floor mats.

2021 Bronco Sport BAJA FORGÉ by LGE-CTS Motorsports

Sara Morosan, co-owner of LGE-CTS Motorsports, has created a raw and ready version of a 2021 Bronco Sport Badlands series. Personalization adds many elements of Ford performance parts and Ford licensed accessories for enhanced off-road capabilities. The custom vehicle uses many elements which help your off-road driving to become difficult. Among the added parts is a 2-inch suspension lift and rock sliders for all-terrain rock lights and fender flares.

A Borla® cat-back performance exhaust system gives the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine an enhanced exhaust note. Suspension upgrades include an ICON Vehicle Dynamics suspension system and Hellwig Suspension Products front and rear stabilizer bars.

This BAJA FORGED Bronco Sport wears Rigid Light Shop LED lighting, BAJA FORGED front and rear tubular bumpers, as well as a Ford Performance Parts roof light bar. A WARN Industries VR EVO winch and Factor 55 hook and aluminum fairlead add strength on the trails.

2021 Bronco Sport by CGS Performance Products

CGS Performance Products has updated this 2021 Bronco Sport Badlands with a specialized air intake system. In addition, there are a host of interior upgrades including seat covers and a rear seat arch and exterior accessories such as the underbody light kit as well as bumper and hitch upgrades.

It is equipped with a CGS Performance Products cold air intake and a black ceramic coated cat-back exhaust. Rigid Light Shop rock lights make nighttime running a breeze. The vehicle runs on Reserve Forged wheels and 17-inch Toyo® Open Country® A / T III all-terrain tires.

Design touches include Air Design fender flares, rear spoiler, A-pillar LED lights Rigid Light Shop, custom Sikkens® paint from Flyin ‘Irons Designs and Cerakote ceramic coating.

Marc Stern has been an automotive writer since 1971, when an otherwise normal news editor said, “You’re our new car editor,” and dropped about 27 books of automotive stuff on my desk. I was in heaven because I have been a reducer since I started. As a teenager, I spent the usual number of poorly spent hours hanging out at Shell and Texaco gas stations (an important thing in my youth) and working on cars. From there it was a straight line to my first column for “You Auto Know” newspaper, a business I have run faithfully for 32 years. Not many people know that I have also handled computer documentation for a good part of my life while writing YAN. My best writing, however, has always been in cars. My work has been published in Popular Mechanics, Mechanix Illustrated, AutoWeek, SuperStock, Trailer Life, Old Cars Weekly, Special Interest Autos and others. You can follow me on: Twitter or Facebook.



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