The 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport Configurators Are Here, So Show Us Your Dream Rigs
Obliterate any notion of productivity with the long list of options available for Ford’s newest SUVs.
The list of options and packages for the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport is long and wonderful. The Bronco alone has available 35-inch tires, steel Ford Performance bumpers and seven-speed manual transmission, for one. The trim levels have cool names like "Big Bend" and "Badlands." We've been waiting for decades for this very moment, folks, and it's finally here.
Two or four doors? Hard top or soft? These are decisions you'll spend a good chunk of this day poring over, for sure.
Bless us, each and every one, Ford even included seven all-new colors for the Bronco, including bright reds and oranges inspired by the original Bronco from the sixties, a nice brown for the almond-hued-card-carrying members of the Brown Car Appreciation Society and even a smoky blue called Area 51. There will be a limited run of First Edition Broncos in Lightning Blue as well.
Inside, you can even get mold-resistant marine-grade vinyl and vinyl washout flooring with removable drain plugs, if you're worried that the traditional interior options might not hold up to heavy muddin'. Exterior color accents are available for the inside as well. Prepare to lose yourself in the possibilities, folks.
Maybe you're in the market for a new Bronco or Bronco Sport and count yourself among the over 190,000 who've lined up a reservation for one. Maybe it's more of a dream car for you—a long-term goal, or your first purchase after striking it rich. We here at The Drive are fine either way. We just want to know how you'd option your ideal Bronco.
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