Sadly, the SEMA show itself was canceled.
Due to the circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 SEMA show in Las Vegas was canceled. Instead, the show was held completely online, though a few automakers have been saving their would-be reveals for a later date. Toyota already showed a hand-painted Supra that would have been at SEMA and now, Ford previewed a slew of products that it planned to reveal in Las Vegas.
The reveals show off new Ford Accessories and Performance Parts that will be available for customers to order through dealerships. To show off these new components for the 2021 Ford F-150 pickup truck, 2021 Ford Bronco, and 2021 Ford Bronco Sport, the Blue Oval built a slew of custom vehicles.
Ford will live stream all of the reveals on Thursday, November 19, at an event called Ford Auto Nights, SEMA Show Special. "From upfitters to outfitters, and from hot rodders to outdoor adventurers, the show must go on, and our first-ever Ford Auto Nights SEMA Show Special keeps the customization and innovation going virtually," said Kim Cape, director of Ford global brand and integrated marketing. "This passionate, die-hard audience with an appetite for our Ford brand is vital to us."
Before the event, Ford revealed images of the custom vehicles. The company will headline the event with the MAD Bronco Sport Badlands with a trailer built for Overlanding, the Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door Concept, and an F-150 Hybrid decked out with work and leisure accessories.
Those aren't the only reveals to eagerly anticipate, as Ford says to expect a few surprises during its two-day event. Other vehicles at the virtual event will include a modified Ranger Tremor, and the insane Mustang Mach-E 1400 built by Vaughn Gittin Jr. Viewers can visit https://fordautoshows.com/reg/ for a closer look at these vehicles, with a chance to ask questions directly online.