Ford has revealed two custom Escapes that will be showcased at SEMA, one prepared by VACCAR and the other by HPP.

As days go by, Ford reveals more and more custom models that will be showcased at SEMA starting with next week. The latest announcement refers to these two tuned Escapes based on the SE version fitted with the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine. VACCAR’s version comes with a FWD layout, while HPP’s is an all-wheel drive machine.

The Urban Escape Adventurer by VACCAR features a front brush bar, a stout roof rack and an off-road wheel/tire combo. We don’t have additional info to share but the tuner has characterized this Escape as being “the ideal balance of rugged off-road attitude, upscale comfort and potent EcoBoost engine”.

The custom crossover created by Heide Performance Products (HPP) is envisioned as a more street version since it has an aero body kit and a lower suspension. Inside it has leather upholstery and suede seating, while other changes include the oversized wheels and possibly beefier brakes.

Gallery: Ford bringing two custom Escapes at SEMA