Ford’s onslaught of SEMA continues as the company has revealed plans to introduce an assortment of Explorers, Escapes and Expeditions.
Starting with the smallest model, the 2020 Escape will have a big presence at the show as it’s the company’s latest crossover. As a result, the automaker will be unveiling three different takes on the vehicle.
LGE-CTS Motorsports Urban Escape
The first is from LGE-CTS Motorsports and it’s called the Urban Escape. It features a sporty appearance as the model has been equipped with lowering springs and 20-inch wheels.
The crossover also has a roof rack, a cat-back exhaust and a Power Commander throttle control system. Other highlights include a custom leather interior and an assortment of accessories from Scosche.
Air Design USA Escape Sport Hybrid
Moving on, the Air Design Escape has a two-tone paint job and 20-inch Forgiato wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Verde tires. The company also installed black fender flares, door moldings and silver skid plates.
Interior changes are minor, but include a portable refrigerator and an assortment of Ford accessories. Among them are a cargo organizer and a cargo mat.
MAD Industries Escape
Lastly, MAD Industries created an Escape that’s ideal for cycling. As part of this effort, the model was equipped with a roof rack and a Yakima bike carrier.
The modifications don’t end there as the Escape features a custom paint job, lowering springs and 21-inch Rotiform OZR wheels. Other highlights include custom matte gray interior trim, a Miko ultra-suede headliner and a Rockford Fosgate audio system.
Blood Type Racing Explorer Limited Hybrid
Moving onto the Explorer side of things, Blood Type Racing created an eco-friendly off-roader. It has been equipped with a Ford Performance skid plate, a suspension leveling kit and 20-inch wheels shod in Toyo Open Country A/T II tires.
Other highlights include a cat-back exhaust, black chrome trim and a Yakima carrier equipped with two custom BTR Edition snowboards. The model also has a rear seat entertainment system by Voxx.
CGS Performance Products Explorer ST
The Explorer ST is already pretty impressive, but CGS Performance decided to kick things up a notch. Their Explorer has a cat-back exhaust and 24-inch Savini wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero rubber.
The crossover also sports a custom paint job, red accents and a bespoke interior by Alea Leather.
The final Explorer is from Prefix and it’s billed as the “king of racetrack support vehicles.” It has been equipped with an emergency siren and signaling system as well as a recovery and first-aid kit.
Other modifications include a Ford Performance skid plate, a lowered suspension and 20-inch wheels. Last but not least, the model has Recaro Cross Sportster ORV race seats.
Good Boy Daisy LifeStyle Expedition Limited MAX
One of the more interesting vehicles is the Expedition MAX from Good Boy Daisy LifeStyle. It has been equipped with a Whipple EcoBoost Stage 1 induction kit, a Borla exhaust and a custom paint job.
Elsewhere, there are 24-inch Forgiato wheels and Rigid lights. Other updates include a Nappa leather interior with Zoom Q8 cameras and Sennheiser mics.
MAD Industries Expedition Stealth
Lastly, there’s the Expedition Stealth by MAD Industries. It features a Rigid lightbar, a Yakima SkyRise tent and 22-inch wheels wrapped in Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.
The firm also installed an air induction kit and an Icon Dynamics Stage 2 coilover suspension. Other performance features include PowerStop rotors and pads.