If you have never been to the SEMA show, it is best described as Ford above all others. I was shocked by their floating booth in 2011, an office room suspended in the rafters of the Las Vegas convention center. But the virus had other plans for the show this year, so Ford Auto Nights it the first virtual SEMA show. A series of videos launched last night on YouTube, and we have been introduced to exciting new concepts.

Starting with the Bronco, a new Sport model was built by MAD Industries. Going without doors, the Badlands Sasquatch has flared fenders and orange graphics. High voltage excitement can be found in the Mustang Mach-E 1400. Vaughn Gittin Jr. and his team from RTR incorporated seven electric motors and incredible downforce. Ford Performance pulled out all the stops for a Ranger XLT Tremor Supercrew, and the F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew was built by BDS Suspension. Our Ford dealers have the scoop on what the videos don't show, so click the button below to find one near you.