It's safe to say the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco dominated the limelight at SEMA in 2021. Easily the most anticipated, the most accessorized, and the most in-demand vehicle, there were north of 70 of them on display around Las Vegas Convention Center. As a show that's known for pushing the envelope with new and emerging (right or wrong) industry trends, SEMA delivered once again. From lifted and adventure-ready to over the top and borderline impractical, this year's SEMA Show had Broncos of all kinds, old and new, mild to wild. Starting out in Ford's booth, there were five custom-built Broncos with a mix of 2Dr and 4Dr models as well as three Bronco Sports on display this year.
Obviously a personal favorite of ours, the Fire Command Bronco garnered a ton of attention out at the show. Its a modern throwback to the original brush fire trucks built from Broncos. Its built as a command vehicle ready at a moment's notice, able to tackle harsh conditions and difficult terrain. For more on how the BDS Fire Command Bronco was build check out the build thread.
Beyond Ford's display, the show was chocked full Broncos. From show-prepped to race-prepped, chia-covered to overland-extreme, there was a huge variety of new Broncos. BDS continues its push to bring new products to market for the Bronco 2 door and 4 door models with kits ranging from 2"-6.5" lift heights to clear up to 40" tires. In addition to our Uniball UCA kits that were seen on several of the Broncos, there were a few outfitted with the soon-to-be-released complete BDS 3-4" DSC Coilover Systems. Take a look at some of the other Broncos from around the show.