Ford Built an Onslaught of Cool Bronco, Ranger and F-150 Concept Trucks
This year's SEMA show went virtual. But Ford still produced an awesome range of concept vehicles.
The annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is usually a showcase for automakers to show off some exciting, zany and heavily accessorized versions of their production vehicles, often with off-roading and overlanding in mind. The 2020 edition is not happening physically, for COVID-19-related reasons — but manufacturers have embraced the show’s virtual replacement and taken to showing off wild custom rides on the Internet
Chevrolet, for example, presented the all-electric K5 Blazer E; Toyota, meanwhile, unveiled the ideal camping trailer to pair with your Tacoma. And even though we're past the timeframe when the show would have happened in a coronavirus-free year, the reveals are still coming. Ford has just unveiled a suite of cool concepts featuring the Bronco, Bronco Sport, new F-150 hybrid, Ranger, and Mustang Mach-E.
Check out Ford's efforts below.
Ford partnered with MAD Industries to outfit the ultimate Bronco Sport overlander.
This concept highlights the Bronco's modularity. In theory, you could transition your Bronco from work-week to weekend by swapping out the front fenders and rear quarter panels to do some off-roading.
Ford calls this the "foreman's truck," thanks in part to the onboard generation that can transition from job site to carrying adventure gear over the weekend.
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This Ranger shows off the new Tremor package and the range of Ford Accessories and Ford Performance Parts features on offer — including, yes, a snorkel.
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