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Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport


Last year at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas (November 2-5), Ford showcased a diverse lineup of custom two- and four-door Bronco and Bronco Sport SUVs. This is due to the launch of the new brand The Built Wild Bronco, where cars can be personalized for any purpose.

At its booth, Ford was showcasing four custom Broncos and two Bronco Sport, which were prepared by the off-road industry's leading designers. Each of them has genuine Ford and Ford Performance parts, licensed accessories, as well as a variety of spare parts and parts for individual use.

“Bronco and Bronco Sport customers love parts and accessories that highlight off-road performance and lifestyle, which is why we spent a lot of time developing custom-made products,” said Eric Xing, Ford’s Global Director of Vehicle Customization, Accessories and Licensing. . “Since the launch of both models, we have prepared more than 350 parts and accessories for Bronco and Bronco Sport, and the number is constantly growing.”

With its modular design for quick and easy setup, and wide range of aftermarket parts, the Bronco was nominated for the first ever SEMA 4×4 SUV of the Year Award.

In addition, vintage and racing Broncos are on display near the convention center's main entrance, where visitors to the show can experience the off-road capability of the Bronco and Bronco Sport.

Bronco RTR Fun-Runner by RTR Vehicles

Legendary Ford Performance driver and acclaimed designer Vaughn Gittin Jr. created a vehicle concept with several Ford Performance parts and licensed Ford accessories. The design of the car is based on the Bronco Badlands™ 2-door series, which uses, among other things, the RTR Custom Soundbar and licensed Ford accessories - a custom door sill and paint protection film. A sports exhaust system with dual black chrome tailpipes from Ford Performance Parts gives the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine a stronger sound and a more attractive appearance.

Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport

RTR has transformed the vehicle into a vehicle for unparalleled enjoyment, expanding capabilities and performance, and making the Bronco stand out with its signature style and functionality. The vehicle features, among other things, an Ultimate Dana 44™ FDU Front Axle with Spicer® Extreme™ CV Joint, an Ultimate Dana 60™ Rear Axle and a High Efficiency Intake System.

Suspension upgrades include Fox Performance Elite 2.5 coilover suspension and a long-travel off-road suspension kit. The Fun-Runner is fitted with RTR Tech 6 forged rims and 37-inch all-terrain tires.

Bronco created by BDS Suspensions

BDS Suspensions (a subsidiary of Fox Shocks), with a long history of collaboration with Ford, has created an all-terrain vehicle based on the two-door Bronco Black Diamond™. With nearly half a century of suspension design experience, BDS Suspension presents the Bronco as a complete fire engine. It has been fitted with specialized equipment both inside and out to support rescue teams comprehensively.

Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport

This high-performance vehicle features 4" BDS UCA with 2.5 PES Fox thread, BDS rear adjustable wishbones and tie rod, anti-roll bar and 37" BFGoodrich® KM3™ tires.

CrawlTek Revolution bumpers allow you to attach winches and hooks to both the front and rear. Both winches are WARN Industries ZEON® 10s. Other upgrades include modified hardtop vans, CrawlTek tubular sills, a custom CargoGlide CG1000XL skid plate, and an ARB® TwinAir air compressor under the hood.

Bronco created by Tucci Hot Rods

Tucci Hot Rods introduces a snowdrift killer, an adventure-ready vehicle based on the four-door Bronco Badlands™ series. The company, which specializes in the development of demonstration vehicles, has built a wide range of specialized cars and trucks over the years. Created by Tucci Hot Rods, the car is designed to help drivers get through deep snow and ice with tracks instead of off-road tires.

Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport

Powered by a 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine and 7-speed manual transmission, the SUV is equipped with 88 Series Matttrack tracks for unforgettable off-road adventures in snow and sand. The vehicle is equipped with a licensed Ford glove box, a flat snowboard carrier and a Yakima LockNLoad™ roof rack. Lighting enhanced with Rigid® Light Shop Adapt Light Bar, Radiance Pods and Rock Light Kit. A WARN Industries ZEON® 10s winch is added on the front along with retractable panels to make entry and exit easier.

Bronco BAJA FORMED by LGE-CTS Motorsports

Teresa Contreras, a builder with exceptional Ford customization experience, designer and founder of BAJA FORGED Parts, is back with a four-door custom version of the Bronco Outer Banks™ series. The vehicle combines the needs of an adventurer with modern conveniences such as an on-board refrigerator, premium soundbar, luggage organizer and BAJA FORGED front and rear bumpers.

Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport

The vehicle's suspension has been upgraded with an ICON Vehicle Dynamics® 3.0 suspension lift. Exterior enhancements include Ford Performance Parts off-road lights, tailgate drop-down table with licensed Ford accessories, BAJA FORGED fender flares and a spare wheel carrier.

Cabin equipment includes a JBL® soundbar, high-quality interior organizer, underfloor storage box and luggage organizer, all with licensed Ford accessories, as well as GFA luggage compartment protection and all-weather floor mats.

Bronco Sport BAJA FORMED by LGE-CTS Motorsports

Sarah Morosan, co-owner of LGE-CTS Motorsports, created a spartan version of the Bronco Sport Badlands series in 2021, adding a host of Ford Performance parts and licensed Ford accessories for additional off-road capability. A 2-inch suspension lift and side sill protection make the vehicle ready for the rigors of off-road use. Off-road lights add character to it.

Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport

The exhaust from the upgraded 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine is reinforced with an efficient Borla® Cat-Back exhaust system. Suspension upgrades include the ICON Vehicle Dynamics suspension system and Hellwig Suspension Products front and rear stabilizers.

This BAJA FORGED Bronco Sport features Rigid Light Shop LED lighting, front and rear BAJA FORGED tubular bumpers and a Ford Performance Parts roof-mounted light bar. The WARN Industries VR EVO winch, along with the Factor 55 hook and aluminum hatch, add to the reliability on the trails.

Bronco Sport by CGS Performance Products

CGS Performance Products, intake and exhaust specialist, has updated the Bronco Sport Badlands series with a host of interior upgrades including seat covers, as well as exterior accessories such as an underbody lighting kit, as well as bumper and hitch improvements.

Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport

The vehicle is equipped with a CGS Performance Products cold air intake system and a Cat-Back exhaust system with black ceramic coating. Off-road lighting from the Light Shop makes it easier to drive at night in the field. The car is equipped with Reserve Forged wheels and 17-inch Toyo® Open Country® A/T III all-terrain tires. Optional items include Air Design fender flares and a rear spoiler, Rigid Light Shop LED A-pillar lights, Flyin' Irons Designs special Sikkens® paintwork, and Cerakote ceramic coating.

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Ford на выставке SEMA Show продемонстрировал удивительные возможности Bronco и Bronco Sport
Ford at the SEMA Show showed off the amazing capabilities of the Bronco and Bronco Sport