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Ford Isn’t “Officially” At The SEMA Show, But Some Clever Creations Are

Real Truck Ford F-150 Lightning SEMA 2022
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Ford didn’t find it this year to attend the SEMA Show. Which, with so much hype around Bronco, Maverick, and now a new Mustang, one would think that there’d be a business case for it. Even so, that didn’t stop Ford from partnering with builders with 10 new products that show off Ford Performance Parts and Ford Licensed Accessories that are peppered around the Las Vegas Convention Center. We’ll be on the hunt to see if we can catch them all. Most aftermarket accessories used in this year’s vehicles will be available for purchase, except for custom parts.

The full list of Ford Performance Accessories on these 2022 SEMA Show concept builds can be found here.

Ford SEMA Builds: Mustangs, Broncos, Lightnings And More

Tucci Ford Mustang Mach-E

The first up is the Ford Mustang Mach-E True Mustang Persona, built by Tucci Hot Rods, is located at the West Hall, Booth No. 50165. The Mach-E GT has been widened with a muscular custom lift-gate spoiler, fender arches with Tucci-made 3D-printed fender flares, vacuum-formed transparent wheel covers, and a 3D-printed front lip. A Kay Automotive custom graphics wrap brings significant style. In addition, the Tucci Mach-E features Ford Accessories sill plates, door emblems, and GT badged tailgate. The cabin sports a Ford Accessories 140-degree dash cam, two Recaro seats, racing harnesses with a custom harness bar, and custom-painted trim accents.

Ford Mustang Mach-E True Mustang Persona
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Yakima/Hypertech Ford Bronco Sport

The Bronco Sport calls back to its off-roading heritage with the Yakima / Hypertech build located at West Hall, Booth No. 58069. The custom Bronco Sport build features an ARB portable air compressor, off-road recovery kit, exterior area and underbody lighting, and Aeroskin hood protector. In addition, FPP provides RIGID Industries A-pillar lighting, a rooftop off-road lightbar, a Borla exhaust upgrade, an off-road recovery kit, and a NOCO GB-70 battery jump start pack. The Yakima and Hypertech off-roading Bronco Sport also feature a rooftop tent, exterior lighting and sound system, and shower to comfortably partake in extended off-road journeys.

Ford Bronco Sport Off-Roading Heritage
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Warn Industries Ford Bronco

The Extreme Beach Bronco by Warn Industries, located in the West Hall, booth No. 58051, gives drivers the capability to cross rugged terrain to reach their secret fishing holes and the capability to reel in catches throughout the day. With a 270-degree awning, fishing rod box, DANA D60 axle with 5.38 gearing, and an Indel B refrigerator, drivers can stay out all day and night while ensuring they and their trophy fish stay cool.

Extreme Beach Ford Bronco WARN Industries 2022 SEMA Show
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ARB Ford Bronco

Located in the West Hall on display at Booth No. 55015 is another Ford Bronco though this one is built as a Service Unit Vehicle by ARB. The SUV takes inspiration from the rugged, capable medical service vehicles used in the early 1900s and gives the concept a modern upgrade. Tube doors, an under-hood air compressor, a jack mount, a winch, and a light bar ensure that this Bronco creation can drive anywhere it needs.

Service Unit Ford Bronco ARB 2022 SEMA Show
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Leer Ford Maverick

Leer’s Ford Maverick Street Truck SEMA build, located at Booth No. 57083, is a proper work truck designed for hobbyists and professionals who pride themselves on being able to do anything, anywhere. Maverick’s expandable power station, toolbox, and roof rack bolster the truck’s extensive storage options. Meanwhile, Ford Research and Advanced Engineering solar panels connected to external charging ports ensure drivers always have ways to power their tools.

Leer Ford Maverick 2022 SEMA Show Truck
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Tjin F-150 Lightning

The F-150 Lightning Swiss Army Knife by Tjin Edition and Thule is a jack-of-all-trades. Located in the North Hall, SEMA Electrified Booth No. 11268, this truck features solar charging, a portable air compressor, a refrigerator, a console vault, Recaro front and rear seats, and Thule cargo accessories. This is the perfect vehicle for a weekend getaway, off-roading adventure, or tailgating with family and friends. In addition, two Super73 e-bikes mounted on the back of the truck offer blistering acceleration for people more at home on two wheels.


F-150 Lightning Swiss Army Knife SEMA Show 2022 Tjin
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Real Truck Race Support F-150 Lightning

Real Truck’s Race Support Ford F-150 Lightning SEMA pickup build located in the West Hall, Booth No. 50027, offers unmatched capability in both performance and support. Equipped with an air compressor, leveling kit, off-road recovery boards, and Recaro seats along with a fully mobile toolbox and welding equipment, this F-150 Lightning pickup is at home on the road and as a Baja race support vehicle. In addition, real Truck and Motor City Solutions’ F-150 Lightning truck comes with a Relax bed cover featuring a rail system, crossbars, and extra Raptor wheels. A custom underbody skid plate protects the Lightning, while the Kay Automotive graphics wrap, inspired by Bronco Desert Racer livery, makes this race support truck an unforgettable vehicle.

Real Truck Ford F-150 Lightning SEMA Show 2022
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BDS F-150 PowerBoost

BDS’ Suspension’s F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid pickup at Booth No. 55015 represents the perfect intersection of technology and off-road performance. An air compressor, WARN recovery kit, first aid kit, and console vault ensure that drivers are ready for anything the trail might have to offer. Equipped with 7.2kW Pro Power Onboard, this F-150 truck is a one-stop shop for remote off-roading.

PowerBoost Hybrid Ford F-150
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Ford Transit Digital Nomad

The Ford Transit Digital Nomad by John Pangilinan, located in the Central Hall at Booth No. 24499, gives new meaning to the word mobility. Equipped with an air compressor, off-road assistance kit, sliding kitchen and refrigerator, and 270-degree awning, Pangilinan’s Transit van is a fully capable off-road vehicle with the technology necessary for extended off-road journeys.

Ford Transit Digital Nomad
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All-Female Bronco Build

Lastly, we have the Ford Bronco Off-Roading Performance SUV by SEMA Businesswomen’s Network. Located in the West Hall at Booth No. 57061, this SUV is a rugged, capable, off-road vehicle complete with 4.70 gearing for both axles, WARN winch, Yakima two-person tent, rear-mounted ARB jack, and a Ford calibrated tuning. The team of over 250 women, including five mother-daughter teams, designed the build process to include women from diverse backgrounds and skill sets to create this off-roading vehicle.

Ford Bronco Off-Roading Performance All Female Build
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Written by Zac Quinn

Zac's love for cars started at a young age, after seeing the popular Eleanor from Gone In 60 Seconds. From there, fascination and enthusiasm blossomed and to this day the Ford Mustang remains a favorite. His first job started out detailing cars, but also provided the opportunity to work on restoration including an 1968 Ford Mustang, Pontiac Firebird, and a C3 Corvette, though he left that job before further work and experience could be had. From there, he was a detailer at a car dealership before quitting that job to try and finish college.

Much of his free time while studying was spent watching YouTube videos regarding new cars, or off-roading. 4WD247 is a personal favorite channel which rekindled a dying flame in car enthusiasm, now tailored towards trucks and SUVs and the fun that can be had building up an overlanding rig, and going on adventures, though, that chapter remains unwritten for the time being.

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