If there's one motoring event we're excited for it's the 2021 SEMA Show that's scheduled to take place next week from November 2 to 5.
For those lucky enough to attend the show in person, Ford has something big in store, literally. The automaker has a total of six vehicles on display: four custom Broncos and two Bronco Sport SUVs. All of them are modified from mild to wild using Ford and aftermarket parts altogether.
Starting with the Broncos, the craziest out of the four builds is the Bronco by Tucci Hot Rods. Using a standard four-door as a base, the SUV has been modified into a quad-track adventure vehicle. The wheels and tires have been replaced by a set of track treads to help drivers take on ice, snow, sand, and any other rugged terrain. Despite the changes, it still uses the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine paired with a 7-speed manual gearbox. It's also outfitted with a roof rack, light bar, and a winch.
Although not as crazy as the Bronco on tracks, the Bronco RTR Fun-Runner turns the SUV into an off-road toy. RTR heavily modified the SUV, which is based on the 2-door Bronco Badlands, by fitting long-travel suspension, a Dana 44 front axle, Dana 60 semi-float rear axle, and RCV Performance CV axles. It's complemented by forged bead-lock wheels and 37-inch off-road tires for ultimate off-road performance. As with most RTR-tuned vehicles, it comes with custom paint and stripes to match.
The Bronco by BDS Suspension imagines the SUV as an off-road fire truck. It's painted in a bright shade of red and comes with BDS suspension bits and Fox coilovers. To further enhance off-road performance, it rides on 37-inch BFGoodrich KM3 tires. Rounding up the changes are steel bumpers and a winch.
Rounding up the Broncos is the Baja Forged by LGE-CTS Motorsports. It's a rather simple build that mixes off-road parts such as a suspension lift, steel bumpers, and chunky off-road tires with modern amenities inside the cabin. Some of the added creature comforts include a JBL soundbar, a fridge, and even a premium interior organizer.
Unlike the wild Bronco builds, the Bronco Sports headed to SEMA are a bit more subtle. The Bronco Sport Baja Forged adds a bit of aggression to the crossover by fitting a set of Baja Forged steel bumpers, a 2-inch lift, and chunky off-road tires that ensure grip on nearly all kinds of terrain. Meanwhile, a Borla exhaust enhances the sound of the 2.0-lite EcoBoost mill.
Last but not least is the Bronco Sport by CGS Performance Products. On the outside, it looks stock apart from the wheels and the subtle bumper attachment. But inside, it has new seat covers and a rear seat vault.
Out of the 6, which one is your favorite Ford Bronco or Bronco Sport? Let us know in the comments section below.