Yes, we've already driven the Icon Bronco. But this is the machine's official debut to the public, and, since it's just as awesome here in Las Vegas as it was in Southern California at the company's headquarters, we've decided to grab another set of live photos for your viewing pleasure.

As a refresher, this rough-and-tumble ride is based on the shell of a classic Ford Bronco from 1966 to 1977 (not the full-size one most famous for its low-speed car "chase"), and is powered by one of the Blue Oval's latest 5.0-liter V8 engines that puts out 412 horsepower and 390 lb-ft torque. Those horses are transferred through a five-speed manual gearbox to an Atlas II transfer case and finally to stout custom-built Dana 60 and 44 solid axle assemblies.

We suggest you read all about our quick spin of the Icon Bronco here, but first, check out our live image gallery of the rethought and rebuilt classic at SEMA.

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