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Auto Shows Ford Explorer, Escape Custom SUVs for SEMA Range From Mild to Wild

17:25  18 october  2019
17:25  18 october  2019 Source:   motortrend.com

Ringbrothers drops more hints about its wild SEMA creations

  Ringbrothers drops more hints about its wild SEMA creations A Camaro called Valkyrja, a Mustang named Unkl, and a Caddy known as Madam V Ringbrothers isn't finished teasing its SEMA creations. First we got a sliver of rear quarter on a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro that revealed a bundle of carbon fiber and SEMA-obligatory deep-dish wheels. The Wisconsin tuner's now announced its litter of cars headed to the show and a few specs, along with two shadowy drawings. The Camaro, christened with the name Valkyrja and a two-tone paint job, gets stretched in two directions with severe fender flares to widen the body and an extended wheelbase.

Here are cool and a few modestly modified street and off-road versions of the 2020 Ford Escape , Explorer , and Expedition that are bound for SEMA 2019. This time of year, the days may be getting shorter, but we can already feel the SEMA lines getting longer.

SEMA 2019 is here, and Ford has worked with its partners to whip up a tasty platter of custom SUVs for the annual Las Vegas event. Read on to learn about the transformations, which range from street machines to off-road beasties.

This time of year, the days may be getting shorter, but we can already feel the SEMA lines getting longer. The well-established custom-car, accessories, and tuner show in Las Vegas, Nevada, is just around the corner, and while we've already seen what Ford has in store for some Ranger and F-150 pickups at its booth, now we get to learn about its plans for the 2020 Escape, Explorer, and Expedition SUVs.

Get Ready For SEMA With This Highly Custom Bronco

  Get Ready For SEMA With This Highly Custom Bronco Dubbed ‘Urban Madness’, this incredible SEMA show Bronco could be your next favorite car. Ralph Holguin is known for building unique creations by borrowing inspiration from street rods, and lowriders, and somehow blending these contradictory aspects together to make some brilliant. When he got enlisted to launch his show, RMD Garage, on the Velocity Network a few years back, he wanted to take the situation as a chance to build something different - thus, ‘Urban Madness’ was born from a 1969 Ford Bronco.

These Five Modified Ford Mustangs for SEMA Range from Mild to Wild . The Mustang offers many options for customization , and these five specialty The Ford Mustang has been a ripe canvas for customization since the very beginning of its history. So it’s always a mainstay at the SEMA show in

The Mustang offers many options for customization , and these five specialty companies are taking full advantage.

a car parked in a parking lot: Blood Type Racing Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid © Motor Trend Staff Blood Type Racing Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid

Read on to learn about the transformations, which range from street machines to off-road beasties.

MAD Industries Ford Expedition Stealth

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This Ford Expedition Stealth by MAD Industries looks rad and is made for weekend warriors—check out that Yakima SkyRise rooftop tent, all you campers in the crowd. The all black and stealthy SUV features red highlights on its grille and sides, and there's a 50-inch Rigid lightbar up top to help lead the way. It also has a Whipple air-induction system, Icon Dynamics Stage 2 coil-over suspension, Powerstop Z36 high-performance brake rotors, and ceramic-compound brake pads. The bad boy rolls on 22-inch Fuel Forged FF-45 monoblock wheels shod with Nitto Ridge Grappler tires, and it certainly looks ready to hit the trail.

Ford Lifts, Enlarges, and Carpets Its Super Duty SEMA Concepts

  Ford Lifts, Enlarges, and Carpets Its Super Duty SEMA Concepts If you can make pickup trucks as tall as a two-story home, why not? With the SEMA aftermarket trade show only weeks away, Ford is showing some of the Super Duty treatments it will have there.These special Super Duty trucks get lift kits, light treatments, and upgraded suspensions, among other goodies.SEMA takes place from November 5–8 in Las Vegas.The newest Super Duty is an already very tall pickup with the visual height-to-width ratio of a coach bus.

Introducing the all-new 2020 Ford ® Explorer . Redesigned from top to bottom. Check out the spacious 7-passenger seating, stylish new design and improved cargo capacity. Actual range will vary. Final EPA-estimated ratings available in the 2019 calendar year.

Ford is preparing four very different custom takes on the Explorer Sport crossover for this year's Ranging from brutish off-roaders to the ultimate street cruisers, the tricked-out #FordSEMA SUVs SEMA -Bound Ford Explorer , aka Project Wanderlust, Ready to Roam. This Ford Explorer Sport

Good Boy Daisy LifeStyle Ford Expedition Limited Max

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This custom 2019 Ford Expedition by Good Boy Daisy plays big for rappers or rock stars, as it offers the ability to livestream an in-car musical performance. Inside, Q8 cameras, Sennheiser mics, and a QSC TouchMix 8 digital mixer allow you to record tracks as you lay down the miles to your next show. Outside, the flashy rig sports custom blue paint by Relic Works, a Rigid bumper-mounted lightbar, and 24-inch Forgiato wheels. It also features a Whipple Stage 1 induction kit and a Borla touring exhaust that undoubtedly makes sweet music of its own.

Blood Type Racing Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid

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Blood Type Racing shows how subtle customization can be done right with this mostly white Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid. Matching BTR Edition Blank Snowboards are on a Yakima carrier up top, while the hybrid also receives a black chrome grille and rear bumper with Lacks Trim Systems accents on the door handles and lower door moldings. A dark glass tint is fitted all the way around. There's a half-inch suspension leveling kit, a Ford Performance skid plate, and 20-inch Ace Alloy AFF09 black chrome wheels paired with Toyo Open Country A/T II tires. Under the hood, the 3.3-liter hybrid V-6 exhales through a Borla cat-back exhaust with black chrome tips.

Here's the Real 2020 Ford Bronco in Off-Road-Racing Form

  Here's the Real 2020 Ford Bronco in Off-Road-Racing Form The production Bronco takes shape—and if the real thing looks half as cool as this SEMA-bound prototype, we'll be satisfied.2020 Ford Bronco

Ford previews five crossovers and SUVs that have been customized for the 2018 SEMA Show. Among them are the 2019 Ford Edge ST as well as the EcoSport, Explorer and Expedition. Custom Ford SUVs at SEMA 2018. Image Credit: Drew Phillips.

Joining the already impressive lineup of customized Ford vehicles at the 2012 SEMA Show will be a pair of custom Ford Escapes and a Ford Explorer Starting with the Ford Explorer Sport , Forgiato Wheels took the 3.5-liter EcoBoost-powered SUV and gave it a widebody courtesy of TS Designs.

CGS Performance Products Ford Explorer ST

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The 2020 Explorer ST receives steel-gray paint by Sikkens, and we dig the red accents on the side skirts and roofline. It sits on massive 24-inch Savini wheels and Pirelli P Zero tires, while a Borla cat-back exhaust is fitted here, too, with carbon-fiber tips. The cabin, says Ford, features a lavish custom treatment by Alea Leather.

Air Design USA Ford Escape Sport Hybrid

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This tasty-looking black and white cookie of an Escape will look right at home at SEMA. Aside from the Sherwin-Williams two-tone paint, the hybrid Ford SUV features Air Design black fender flares and rockers, a big black grille, and silver skid plates. It all rolls on gloss black 20-inch Forgiato Flow 001 wheels hugging Pirelli Scorpion Verde rubber. The interior is outfitted with a Ford Accessories cargo organizer, mat, and floor liners, plus an Indel B portable fridge to keep things cool.

LGE-CTS Motorsports Urban Ford Escape

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LGE-CTS Motorsports, an automotive parts store and custom shop based in San Dimas, California, is responsible for this take on the 2020 Ford Escape. It added a Borla cat-back exhaust and a Power Commander throttle-control system to the small SUV's 2.0-liter EcoBoost four for a little extra growl in the drive-thru. It also wears Eibach lowering springs and rolls on gold 20-inch TWS Petrol P6A wheels. A roof rack with Yakima mounts and a gold and black swoop across the side windows finish the look. It's not as outlandish as most SEMA builds, but looks perfect for cruising around the city.

MAD Industries Ford Escape

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Unlike the Ford Expedition Stealth above, this MAD Industries project somehow manages to be even less scintillating than the LGE-CTS Motorsports entry. The bicycle-friendly ride showcases Eibach lowering springs and has a Yakima bike carrier up top. Twenty-one-inch Rotiform OZR rims wear Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires, while the interior receives a microsuede headliner, matte-gray trim, and a Rockford Fosgate audio system.

Ringbrothers Chum The Waters With SEMA Teaser .
A partial picture of a Camaro and vague caption is all it takes to make your imagination run wild! The SEMA show always attracts some of the wildest builds out there, and most of them are just pure showmanship to prove what an aftermarket shop or brand can do. For the most part, SEMA vehicles aren’t something a reasonable person would want to own, but there are a few builders who work outside that exception - one big one being the Ringbrothers, a shop that always produces the finest restomods with the coolest custom touches you can imagine.

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