Now that the Ford Bronco and its little brother, the Bronco Sport, are officially on the streets, there is expected to be a healthy aftermarket industry for accessorizing and customizing these SUVs. So it’s only natural for Ford to bring some tricked-out Broncos to Las Vegas during the SEMA Show Nov. 2-5 in Las Vegas.
Ford will show off four custom Broncos and two Bronco Sport SUVs from some of the leading builders in the off-road industry during the four-day event.
These won’t be the only Broncos on display, however. At the Ford Out Front display near the main entrance of the Las Vegas Convention Center, there will be Bronco Mountain, where attendees can experience the off-road prowess of the production versions of the Bronco and Bronco Sport. Ford will also showcase vintage and race Broncos as part of its massive display out front.
SEMA is a great opportunity for Ford Performance Parts to showcase all of the Bronco accessories available. In addition to some chassis modifications, Ford Performance Parts is excited to showcase a front drive unit that supports up to a 5.38:1 gearset. You can see tuning experts and check out some of the aftermarket wheels available for the Bronco and Bronco Sport.
Here’s a quick overview of the six vehicles being displayed during SEMA.
The RTR Vehicles’ build, developed by Legendary Ford Performance driver and builder Vaughn Gittin Jr., features a 2021 two-door Badlands series Bronco with custom RTR and Ford Licensed Accessories sound bar, paint protection film and doorsill plates.
Sport exhaust with twin black chrome tips from Ford Performance Parts gives the 2.3-liter EcoBoost a throatier sound and more aggressive look.
Suspension upgrades include Fox Performance Elite 2.5 coilovers and fun-haver off-road long-travel suspension kit. Fun-Runner rides on RTR Tech 6 forged bead-lock wheels and 37-inch off-road tires.
BDS Suspensions is known in the aftermarket community and is a subsidiary of Fox Shocks. This tribute to fire safety vehicles is based on a 2021 two-door Black Diamond.
The ultra-capable Bronco is equipped with a BDS 4-inch UCA System with Fox 2.5 PES coilovers, BDS rear adjustable control arms and track bar, sway bar disconnect and 37-inch BFGoodrich KM3 tires.
This modified Bronco truck has special CrawlTek Revolution bumpers with a recessed winch mount.
There certainly won’t be any snow on the ground in Vegas during the SEMA show, but Tucci Hot Rods will show a quad-track snow adventure vehicle based on a 2021 four-door Badlands series Bronco.
Tucci’s “snow mobile” Bronco is based on 2.3-liter Ecoboost engine with the 7-speed manual transmission. Additionally, this SUV features Mattracks 88-Series quad tracks for ultimate off-road adventures on snow and sand. It is outfitted with Ford Licensed Accessories swing gate storage, flat snowboard rack and Yakima LockNLoad platform roof rack system.
The Outer Banks trim is one of the most popular so far for the Bronco. This concept Bronco by Baja Forged Parts showcases a lot of modern living amenities plus off-road ruggedness. Amenities like onboard fridge, sound bar and cargo organizer will be a sight to see in this four-door Bronco.
Other upgrades include Ford Performance Parts off-road rock lights, Ford Licensed Accessories tailgate folding table, and Baja Forged fender flares and spare tire carrier.
Baja Forged shows off what they can do with the baby Bronco with this collaboration with LGE-CTS Motorsports. Using a 2021 Bronco Sports Badlands this customized SUV has everything from a 2-inch suspension lift and rock sliders, to off-road rock lights and fender flares, the vehicle is equipped for nasty trail adventures.
Not happy with the tune of the standard 2-liter Ecoboost (who is?), this Bronco Sport gets enhanced with a Borla cat-back performance exhaust system.
The Baja Forged Bronco Sport has front and rear tubular bumpers, Rigid Light Shop LED lighting plus a Ford Performance Parts roof mounted light bar.
Another Bronco Sport Badlands is modified here with a host of interior upgrades including seat covers and rear seat vault, as well as exterior accessories such as underbody light kit plus bumper and hitch enhancements. A CGS Performance Products cold air intake and a black ceramic coated cat-back exhaust adds a nice sound to this Bronco Sport.
A few of the other custom design touches featured on this Bronco Sport include: Air Design fender flares ad rear spoiler, Rigid Light Shop A-pillar LED lights, custom paint by Flyin’ Irons Designs and Cerakote ceramic coating.
A show like SEMA is perfect for a vehicle like Bronco and Bronco Sport. Practically no one buys a Bronco and leaves it stock. In fact, Ford specifically designed the new Bronco in a modular way to make it easy to customize.
SEMA show is a massive display of automotive aftermarket displays. Ford along with other automakers including rival Stellantis have quite a showing during this event in Las Vegas.