Even though this year's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) aftermarket trade show didn’t go as planned, it didn't stop manufacturers from building customized versions of their vehicles to showoff. One of those manufacturers is Ford. The automaker showcased some of their newest modified creations that include a Bronco, Bronco Sport, F-150, Ranger, and Mach-E via the Ford Auto Night Virtual SEMA Show.

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The most interesting out of the bunch is the Bronco. Called the Bronco Badlands Sasquatch concept, Ford says it can turn the Badlands-spec Bronco into a proper overlanding machine on the weekends and convert it back afterward. The design of the concept features interchangeable front and rear fenders made out of lightweight 3D-printed titanium. According to Ford, it allows for “easy” install and removable. Other features include chunky all-terrain tires to enhances its off-roading capabilities and unique “step-over” doors.

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Though not as wild as the Bronco, the Bronco Sport was built in collaboration with MAD Industries. Details are scarce at the moment, but it is said to be “an outdoor adventurer’s dream conversion”. From the looks of it, the modifications on the vehicle are quite subtle with only the wheels, tires, and roof rack serving as upgrades. The automaker adds that it uses optional parts from Ford. The trailer it's pulling might be hiding more secrets.

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The F-150 Hybrid by BDS Suspension will highlight the vehicle's all-new Pro Power Onboard mobile power generator, which is not only used for workweeks but also on fun weekend getaways. Meanwhile, the Ranger XLT Tremor showcases all the optional Ford Accessories and Ford Performance Parts available for the pickup truck to complement the owner's needs.

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Apart from the trucks, the electric Mach-E 1400 rounds up Ford's virtual display. Yes, the 1,400 horsepower all-electric Mach-E can go drifting and racing. Unfortunately, they're not building a production version of it and will remain a one-off. Sorry folks.

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Out of the five, which one is your favorite modified vehicle from Ford? Let us know in the comments below.