The fully functioning vehicle will be on display at booth 21303 in Central Hall. Market availability in early 2022.
AccuAir Suspension, maker of next-generation air suspension control products, will display a first-of-its-kind Ford Bronco air suspension kit at SEMA 2021. The vehicle will be on display throughout SEMA at booth 21303 in Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The installed air suspension system integrates with factory Bilstein shocks and maintains G.O.A.T. modes, along with all factory functions. It supports factory travel with adjustable ride height and improves overall ride quality. It enables height-based leveling with three preset levels, along with full manual control, and also adjusts to compensate for changes in load to maintain clearance.
The air springs were developed in-house, using OEM-quality parts and are controlled by the suite of AccuAir products, featuring e-Level Plus using the e+ Connect ECU. The system can be used via a hardwired billet stainless steel Touchpad+, or by Bluetooth through the ePlus Mobile Application.
“It creates a dynamic Bronco,” said Ryan Rutledge, AccuAir Suspension’s director of controls. “You can drive and use the vehicle differently, depending on the need. You can raise it for an on-demand lift kit, lower it for easy entry or exit or cargo loading, or you can set it for the look you want – slammed or lifted – at any given time.”
AccuAir expects the system to be available to the market in early 2022.
To view the vehicle and air suspension kit, visit the AccuAir booth at SEMA – Booth 21303 Central Hall. For more information on AccuAir Suspension and its products, visit accuair.com, or contact the AccuAir team at email@example.com.
A list of AccuAir dealers can be found at accuair.com/pages/dealers.