Ford has announced plans to introduce five customized Transit vans at SEMA.

Ford has announced plans to introduce five customized Transit vans at SEMA.

First up, the Vegas Off-Road Experience Transit features an off-road inspired exterior with beefier bumpers, extended fender flares and off-road tires. The van also has auxiliary lights, a roof rack and five LED flat screen displays. Other highlights include a "video gaming station" and a large-screen TV for external viewing.

The Designed Travel Transit was jointly developed by 3dCarbon and Air Design and it features a new front bumper, revised side skirts and 20-inch alloy wheels. The van also has a fold-down sofa and a 50-inch 4K TV.

Moving on, the Formula DRIFT Transit is a safety vehicle that will be used at Formula DRIFT events in 2015. As a result, it has fire suit and helmet racks as well as storage bins for fire extinguishers, tools and cleanup equipment. The van also boasts a sport-tuned suspension, a cold air intake and a sports exhaust system.

The tastefully restrained Business Class Transit goes in a different direction as it was designed to transport VIPs. Given its mission, it has been equipped with wood floors, a minibar and a laptop station. The model also has multiple flat screen televisions, WiFi connectivity and reclining / heated / massaging seats.

Last but not least, the Galpin Auto Sports Transit Skyliner "embodies the spirit of premium motor coaches" as it features a stylish exterior and a luxurious cabin with a bar and 52-inch retractable movie screen.

Ford previews five customized Transits for SEMA