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Ford To Bring Customized SUVs to SEMA

This year Ford is highlighting their new SUVs by unveiling a set of modified Escape, Explorer and Expedition at the 2019 SEMA Show.

Like every year, Ford is taking the SEMA Show by storm with their tricked-out rides. The Dearborn-based manufacturer teases us with what’s coming this November at the Show.

Previewing the all-new 2020 Ford Escape and Explorer as well as Expedition featuring the latest trends in customization.

There’s a growing hunger for consumers to personalize their SUVs, which have a huge range of possibilities from lowered street rides to off-road overlanding,” said Eric Cin, global director, Ford vehicle personalization and accessories. “As the latest versions of Escape and Explorer continue to provide buyers with even more options for what they want, the aftermarket is a great place to see just how much more there is out there.

Some of the models, like the LGE-CTS Motorsports Urban Ford Escape, are more tamed visually compared to the Good Boy Daisy LifeStyle Ford Expedition Limited MAX, which is flashier.

There’s definitely something for everyone in what Ford is proposing for this year’s SEMA Show, even a racetrack support vehicle, the Prefix Ford Explorer, or even the perfect weekend adventurer, the MAD Industries Ford Expedition Stealth.

Returning this year is the popular Ford Out Front where you can take a ride in a Ford Performance vehicle on a closed track.

LGE-CTS Motorsports Urban Ford Escape | Photo: Ford

Air Design USA Ford Escape Sport Hybrid | Photo: Ford

Blood Type Racing Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid | Photo: Ford

CGS Performance Products Ford Explorer ST | Photo: Ford

Good Boy Daisy LifeStyle Ford Expedition Limited MAX | Photo: Ford

MAD Industries Ford Expedition Stealth | Photo: Ford

Prefix 2020 Ford Explorer | Photo: Ford

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