Ford is showing off its lineup and incredible customization potential.
The SEMA show in Las Vegas is one of the most important automotive events every year, but when it comes to the world of customization, the SEMA show is always the place to be. Showing the boundless potential for making a personal statement out of your car, Ford is showing off 10 custom builds at the SEMA show this year, and they help demonstrate what is possible with Ford Accessories available for models like the F-150, Maverick, Bronco, and Bronco Sport.
Tucci Hot Rods customized a Ford Mustang Mach-E GT with custom bodywork and wheel covers, and a custom graphic wrap done by Kay Automotive Graphics. Yakima and Hypertech collaborated on a custom Ford Bronco Sport “Off-Roading Heritage” build, with custom paintwork and a whole host of accessories made for an incredible off-road journey. Also at the show will be an “Extreme Beach/Extreme Sports” Bronco build by WARN Industries, with fishing equipment on board as well as enhanced off-road capability, as well as a rugged and modern take on the Service Unit Vehicles of the early 1900s created from a Bronco by ARB.
A custom Maverick “Street Truck” by LEER will be featured, as well as a “Swiss Army Knife” custom Ford F-150 Lightning built by Tjin Edition and Thule. Also showing off the F-150’s customization capability is the F-150 Lightning “Race Support” build by Real Truck and Motor City Solutions. BDS Suspension created an F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid for remote off-roading. Two more off-road-ready Ford builds will be featured at the SEMA show: a Ford Transit “Digital Nomad” by John Pangilinan, and an “Off-Road Performance” Bronco by SEMA Businesswomen’s Network. With great cars and even greater potential for customization, it’s no wonder why Ford is showing off at this year’s SEMA show.