Ford unveils projects for SEMA showNovember 20, 2020
Ford has unveiled concepts based on models such as the Bronco, Bronco Sport, F-150 and Raptor, which were slated to premiere as part of the recently canceled SEMA tuning show.
So, they showed a 2-door concept Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch, which received a black body with orange accents. In addition, this prototype has side steps and many off-road-oriented elements such as a winch. The show car also received spotlights on the roof and a soft top.
There was also a presentation of the Bronco Sport Badlands Overland concept, which has improvements such as a roof rack and an additional LED panel, which make it an excellent vehicle for long journeys.
The American manufacturer also showed several modified pickups: the Ford F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew and the Ranger XLT Tremor. The first of them differs from the base car in its increased ground clearance due to the new BDS suspension, original rims, off-road tires and widened wheel arches. In turn, the XLT Tremor does not stand out much against the background of the standard model, while it received a unique color, snorkel and various configurations for the cargo platform.
In addition, it was recently noted that the American corporation Ford is recording a huge demand for an F-150 pickup with a V8 power unit. It should be emphasized that this is why this brand does not plan to withdraw this version of the model from sales.
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