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Ford is making the most of the SEMA show by shooting a wide range of accessories and custom cars in Las Vegas. These projects are in full swing, starting with ground readiness Transit full size van to trail-tackling takes over already focused on the Ford Bronco SUV and the Bronco Sport.

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Ford Bronco Extreme Beach/Extreme Sports Support

Warn should really call it the Bronco Extreme Fishing Support, because this modified four-door SUV is aimed at getting its owner to spend more time at the local fishing hole. The V-6 Bronco Extreme Beach/Extreme Sports Support with awning, rod box and small refrigerator has everything you need for a long day of fishing.

Off-road characteristics of the Ford Bronco

The SEMA Business Women’s Network has left its mark Ford Bronco, with this special Off-Roading Performance build. As the name suggests, this four-door SUV aims to push the Bronco’s off-road dynamics to its limits. Beginning life as a V-6 Bronco Wildtrak, the Bronco Off-Roading Performance features Ford-specific calibration and a short 4.70:1 ratio on both axles. The warning winch and ARB jack at the rear of the vehicle virtually eliminate any possibility of this SUV being stuck. However, in case the Bronco Off-Roading Performance needs a tow, which can take an hour to arrive, there’s a Yakima two-person tent to sleep in.

Ford Bronco Service Unit car

Like the Bronco Off-Roading Performance build, the Bronco Service Unit Vehicle began as a four-door V-6 Bronco Wildtrak. ARB then added tubular doors, a winch, an underhood air compressor, and a light panel to create a vehicle designed to provide medical care to those in need in a wide variety of conditions, regardless of the terrain it must traverse to get there.

Ford Bronco Sport Off-Roading Heritage

Yakima and Hypertech raided the Ford Performance Parts junkyard to make the already capable Bronco Sport Badlands even more capable off the beaten track. However, the Bronco Sport Off-Roading Heritage is more than just a reliable little SUV. It’s also a ground setup with a roof tent and shower, allowing the driver and passenger(s) to temporarily live outside of this compact SUV. Equipped with a set of off-road lights, an ARB portable air compressor, an off-road recovery kit and a Borla exhaust system, this Bronco build delivers the looks, equipment and sound we expect from an off-road machine. If only Ford had given us the opportunity to test this SUV by letting us take it on an off-road adventure for a few days.

Ford F-150 Lightning Race support

Real Truck and Motor City Solutions employees took Ford F-150 Lightning XLT with a larger 131.0kWh battery and turned it into a bona fide off-road racing support truck. For this mission, the F-150 Lightning Race Support comes with a mobile tool kit full of welding equipment. A retractable tonneau cover complements the bed-mounted cross-rail system. Recaro seats help the driver and passengers stay in place on rough terrain, while off-road running boards, chunky tires wrapped around 18-inch Method 706 wheels, and a skid plate under the body help make sure this electric truck is more capable off-road. than your run-of-the-mill F-150 Lightning.

The Swiss Army Knife of the Ford F-150 Lightning

Thule’s Tjin Edition and F-150 Lightning is a tool capable of meeting many needs. While its green paint, 24-inch Vossen wheels, and custom Lightning badge on the front may draw attention, the F-150 Lightning Swiss Army Knife has plenty of other goodies that deserve attention, including its roof-mounted and bed-mounted accessory cargo boxes Thule and a pair of Super73 e-bikes in the back. Tjin Edition and Thule took care to spruce up the interior, equipping it with Recaro seats, a console vault, and a refrigerator.

Ford F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid Remote Off-Road

BDS suspension leaves its mark on F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid with Remote Off-Roading assembly. The improved four-door pickup combines style and capability. Orange trim complements 20-inch Method 301 wheels and a Fox 2.5 Performance Elite kit
dampers. A K&N cold air intake and Borla cat-back exhaust system, meanwhile, try to make the most of the available power from the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 engine.

Ford Maverick Street Truck

Looks like we’re not the only ones lusting after a Ford Maverick ST, as Leer has built one of their own. In this case, ST is our shorthand name for this special compact pickup truck: Maverick Street Truck. On a set of 20-inch Rotoform OZR wheels, the truck includes a smooth hood, sliding bed-mounted workstation, and roof racks. Despite its sporty looks, the Street Truck ditches the Maverick’s optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine for the truck’s standard hybrid powertrain, which can’t cash the check written on this truck’s exterior. Again, this Maverick is called a Street Truck, not a Sport Truck.

Ford Mustang Mach-E. Mustang’s true identity

There is Mustang Mach-E really deserves the name Mustang? Tucci Hot Rods and Kay Automotive Graphics seem to think so, as the two organizations worked together to create the Mustang Mach-E True Mustang Persona. Based on the twin-engine all-wheel drive Mustang Mach-E GT, the Mustang Mach-E True Mustang Persona sure looks like a muscle car piece. Credit to custom 3D-printed fender flares and a menacing strut, the latter courtesy of a coilover suspension kit from ISC. Clear wheel covers cling to Rotiform wheels shod in 20-inch Toyo R888R tires, which should help this electric stallion maintain crests with the tenacity of a true sports car.

Ford Transit Digital Nomad

John Pangilinan transforms a full-size Transit Ford into a racer’s dream car. Dubbed the Digital Nomad, this four-wheel-drive van includes niceties like a retractable kitchen, a roof tent, and an exterior awning to make living off the grid comfortable enough. Getting to those dead ends is made easier with a set of Transit Digital Nomad off-road accessories, which include a front skid plate, beefy tires mounted on 16-inch Black Rhino Arsenal AT wheels, a set of high-powered exterior lights, and a winch. Additionally, the van is accompanied by a Stark Varg electric bike capable of reaching remote areas where the giant Transit Digital Nomad cannot.

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