Inside of Ford Bronco. Headed to SEMA 2021.

When COVID struck the world, the aftermarket automotive community not only missed its car shows, we all also lost the single most important gathering in the industry. SEMA 2021, the largest aftermarket trade show in the world, allows automotive specialty equipment manufacturers the opportunity to launch and display their products alongside OEM automakers while making critical connections throughout the industry.


As we approach November’s 2021 SEMA Show, anticipation continues to build for this year’s installment of the famous Vegas trade show.


Ford Motor Company launched the 6th generation 2021 Ford Bronco just over a year ago. A strong competitor to the Jeep Wrangler, a long time SEMA starlight, the Bronco will likely be the face of this year’s SEMA show. As companies continue to prepare for the November show, we look forward to celebrating the continued resurgence of the Bronco brand.

We Are Bringing Two Gateway Bronco Builds To SEMA


We’re thrilled to be bringing not one, but TWO Gateway Bronco builds to SEMA this year. Highlighted at this year’s Monterey Car Week, SEMA attendees will have their own opportunity to see our LUXE-GT Electric Bronco up close.


Combining exceptional performance and modern technology with exquisite styling and detail, the electric LUXE-GT delivers a 300-mile range and zero to 60 times in approximately 4 seconds. Coupled with modern features like Apple CarPlay, heated and cooled seats and Gateway Bronco’s exclusive electronic ride control, the electric LUXE-GT delivers a reliable, hassle-free, zero compromise vehicle perfect for your vacation home and weekend adventures. The eco-friendly Bronco is a vintage SUV that will allow you to enjoy road trips in style and without worry.


If you’re attending SEMA this year, you’ll find this one-of-a-kind vehicle on display at the Legacy EV Ford Bronco booth (#11055).

The underside of a custom Ford Bronco.

We Are Bringing A Monster Truck Dubbed Godzilla


We’ll also be bringing one of Gateway Bronco’s biggest, baddest builds to-date with us. Who would’ve guessed that after 5 years in business, Gateway Bronco would be building a “monster truck”? Handcrafted with the same quality and craftsmanship as our Bronco builds, we can’t wait to introduce the world to our 1972 Ford F250 4×4 Sport Crew Cab, affectionately dubbed “Godzilla”.


Featuring Porsche’s Miami Blue and Shelby’s Wimbledon White, this truck’s finish cannot be missed. Paired with Gateway Bronco’s exclusive barnwood bed, Godzilla will set a new standard for what’s possible for a 1972 Ford F250.


As with many of our builds, we’ve worked closely with the team at Eaton on this one. While this Godzilla won’t breathe flames, it will lay them down. Featuring the world’s first Godzilla 7.3L engine with a Harrop USA Supercharger, proven to produce over 1,000 hp on pump gas, this first-of-its kind, handcrafted truck will be sure to have SEMA attendees looking over their shoulder for the beast in the building.  Additionally, Godzilla will feature Eaton’s E-Locker locking differential and a Detroit Truetrac rear end, precision engineered to deliver a seamless driving experience. Not that SEMA attendees will have to look hard for it, but we’re proud to have Godzilla be a focal point of Eaton’s booth (#23063).


With SEMA only a few weeks away, we can’t wait to catch up with old friends and are looking forward to the new connections that will be made at the show. Stop by the Legacy EV and Eaton booths to see these one-of-a-kind builds in person and be sure to check out our social media channels for updates from the show!