Due to the ongoing global health crisis, this year’s SEMA Show was held virtually during the first week of November. Keen-eyed viewers may have taken note of the fact that Ford was noticeably absent from the festivities, which was abnormal to say the least. Well as it turns out, this was because the Dearborn automaker has decided to host a virtual event of their own tonight to show off their SEMA builds. There are several vehicles that are slated to make their debut, but none are more exciting than the 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept.
According to Ford Performance, the 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept was built with a specific customer in mind. Ford knows that Bronco customers desire a vehicle they can comfortably take to work during the week, but is still able to dominate the trails on the weekends. This off-roader concept highlights the versatility of the Bronco platform, by transforming itself with the use of some new modular accessories. Swappable front fenders and rear quarters made from impact-ready materials ensure buyers won’t damage their painted bodywork on rocks or branches. There is even a removable step-over panel that replaces the doors, a clear nod to the original Bronco U13 Roadsters. Ford also notes that the SEMA build utilizes 3D-printed titanium parts to help reduce weight while increasing overall strength.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept might have a bad name, but the SUV itself looks rather intriguing. Repairing and repainting fenders is not cheap, and we don’t want to imagine how long owners might have to wait on those parts based on demand. More specific details related to the build will be announced during the livestream event this evening at 8 P.M. EST. You can head over to Ford’s YouTube channel by clicking the link here, if you would like to tune in.