Ford to Release Off-Road Buggy Based on Bronco

The modification will debut at the SEMA.

In the near future, the popular tuning show SEMA will open its doors. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be held online for the first time. Ford has prepared several interesting new models for the exhibition, one of which will be an off-road “buggy” based on the new Bronco.

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It is the first time when the American manufacturer has prepared a separate conference, called Ford Auto Nights SEMA Show Special, for the two virtual SEMA 360 shows. The brand’s new flagship model will be the Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept. The company positions the modification as an ideal compact all-terrain vehicle for the weekend.

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The buggy is suitable for a quiet trip to countryside and to overcome extreme off-road conditions. Replaceable car panels are made of impact resistant materials and titanium printed elements. Besides, the modified Bronco features removable cut-out doors for quick disembarkation and entry, an optional roll cage and oversized off-road tires.

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Another new model prepared for the show is the all-electric Mustang Mach-E 1400 equipped with 7 electric motors, a total power output of which is 1,400 hp. The racing EV can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. Ford will also introduce the hybrid F-150 and an extreme version of the Ranger XLT with a set of exclusive accessories.

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In early November, Toyota introduced a modified version of the Tacoma, namely the Overland-Ready. The Japanese engineers built a modified version of the car in a single copy for the SEMA.

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