Ford's SEMA entries demonstrate the aftermarket potential for the Bronco, Mach-E, Maverick, and Ranger.


The cancellation of the 2020 SEMA show gave Ford and its collaborators some breathing room to develop a wide range of modified vehicles to debut at the 2021 exhibition. What is the exact number of vehicles that make up a slew? In this case, it refers to the more than 40 one-of-a-kind Ford project vehicles that will be on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week.

As a result, it should come as no surprise that the SEMA fleet includes several of the brand's most popular vehicles, including at least three Mavericks, two Ranger pickups, four Ford F-150 trucks, and three Mustang Mach-E SUVs. In addition to the larger F-series trucks, gas-powered Mustangs, and Bronco and Bronco Sport SUVs, all of these vehicles will be on display with the goal of inspiring customers to personalize their own Ford vehicles.

1. Skyjacker Ford Ranger


Because Ford is promoting its Ford Performance Parts and Ford Licensed Accessories, you'll see those products on display in a variety of vehicles, including the Skyjacker Ranger shown here. Several off-roading enhancements, including a six-inch lift from Skyjacker Suspension, a Warn winch, rock slider side steps, and lighting enhancements including Rigid Industries lighting on the A-pillar and a rooftop off-road light bar, are included in this truck's off-roading capabilities. It has also been re-calibrated, and the cat-back exhaust system now has black chrome tips instead of the previous chrome tips.

2. D.R.A.G.G. Maverick 


The person who is prepared to be a lifeguard DRAGGG Maverick is a personal favorite of mine, not because of any particular feature or design, but because it was created through a collaborative effort between the Oxnard Union High School and the Oxnard Police Department in California. The two disparate groups collaborated to create a beach rescue concept truck, which includes toolbox swing cases housed in a Ford Licensed Accessories topper, as their final product. It also comes with a watersports carrier, fender flares, Neosupreme front seat covers, a sunshade, and off-road cube lights, among other accessories.

3. Tucci Maverick


The Tucci version of the Ford Maverick takes the small pickup in a different direction while still maintaining the drag racing spirit of the original. Tucci Hot Rods transformed an XLT series Maverick into a hot-rodded pickup from a bygone era by making it wider, adding 3D-printed fender flares and a 3D-printed front lip, as well as retro-style custom wheels to complete the transformation. A total of four Recaro Sportster seats and racing harnesses ensure that no one who sits in the truck forgets what kind of vehicle they are sitting in.

4. Shelby Mustang Mach-E GT Concept


When it comes to the electrified side of the equation, one of the modified Mustang Mach-E GTs on display will look familiar to anyone who is familiar with Ford's racing heritage. This blue-and-white-striped performance vehicle has some of its original body pieces replaced with graphene-infused carbon-fiber components manufactured by Shelby American, which is obvious from the name of the vehicle. Among the modifications are the new front fascia, front fenders, and rear flares, as well as a new, larger-ventilated hood designed to reduce front-end lift and improve aerodynamics. Upgrades have also been made to the springs, tires, and seats. For the first time, Ford will bring both a gas-powered Mustang and a Mustang Mach-E to SEMA, marking a significant milestone for the company.

5. M2 Motoring Mustang GT


The M2 Motoring Mustang GT will be one of the gas-powered Mustangs that will be on display. From a 2021 Mustang GT with the Performance package and manual transmission, M2 Motoring lowered the springs and installed a GT350R big brake kit, before upgrading the V-8 engine with a 750-hp supercharger kit, enhanced half-shafts, and a Performance Pack Level 2 front splitter from the Ford Performance Parts upgrade menu. Furthermore, the car's visual appearance has been improved with custom Motorcraft livery applied to the outside and laser-etched armrests, Recaro RPSP leather seats and GT500 instrument panel trim applied to the inside of the vehicle.

6. MAD F-450 Super Duty Platinum


ecause of the presence of the MAD Industries F-450 Super Duty Platinum fifth-wheel, large trucks are not being overlooked at SEMA. The forged wheels, upgraded sway bars, custom four-inch axle-back exhaust with black chrome tips, and various MAD Industries color-matched exterior accents will appeal to children of all ages. The MAD truck also comes equipped with a portable air compressor, an electric retractable bed cover, rear and side flip-down bed steps, and, just in case you couldn't tell it was a big truck, black chrome "Super Duty" lettering on the hood. Additionally, there are numerous spotlights and a refrigerator/freezer installed.

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