The body of the new 2021 Ford Bronco is built in a retro style, and when it comes to car designs, the creators are clearly inspired by the first generation cars produced since the mid-sixties. There are round headlights and a vertical model with a wide grille trim, which is now the hallmark of the model.
The 2021 Ford Bronco stands out with its angular shape, reminiscent of another SUV resurrected – the new Land Rover Defender. The car is equipped with removable doors with minimal relief on the side walls, smooth semicircular wheel arches with a protruding protective layer, compact vertical taillights and spare wheels on the fifth door. Plus the SUV can be equipped with a detachable top.
Ever since the brand detected nostalgia for a particular model, we haven’t stopped finding retro designs. The 2021 Ford Bronco is one of them. Ford designers scanned the first-generation Bronco for use as a basis for the proportions and styling of the new model.
As a result, the SUV is between 4.41 and 4.81 meters long, corresponding to the number of doors, with round headlights and square features. The wink of the Jeep Wrangler comes in many aspects, especially in the possibility of taking apart parts such as roofs, windows or doors to maximize the outdoor experience.
The Ford Bronco was born under the Wild Build concept, with which the brand claims to have passed off-road vehicles through the most extreme tests that a vehicle can wear. Its purpose is not only to guarantee its capacity in difficult terrain, but to ensure the durability and durability of the chassis.
There are two levels of capacity. Both use strategically placed steel armor to protect critical chassis parts. Guards for the engine, transmission, transfer box and fuel tank are added at the highest level. Optionally, stone side rails can be ordered, which support the weight of the vehicle on each side.
As a good SUV, the 2021 Ford Bronco does use the stringer chassis and adapts it to the qualities so required in an off-road vehicle. Its height from the ground is 29.4 cm, while the carrying capacity is 85 cm and the angles of attack and departure are 29º and 37.2º, respectively.
The front suspension is independent, while the rear bets on a sturdy axle with five link coil springs. An important point in its off-road quality is the possibility of removing the semi-active hydraulic stabilizer bar, which can be reconnected in all conditions for improved steering and stability.
Needless to say, a four-wheel drive system is standard for all versions. There are two levels of 4×4. The basic one uses an on-the-fly two-speed electronic transfer box, while the advanced one adopts a two-speed electromechanical transfer box that adds an automatic mode to choose between 2H and 4H. It also covers the difference in Performance-TraK Spicer on each axle.
2021 Ford Bronco Colors
This is the available 2021 Ford Bronco exterior color options, check the colors list below:
- Antimatter Blue Colors
- Area 51 Colors
- Cactus Gray Colors
- Carbonized Gray Colors
- Cyber Orange Colors
- Iconic Silver Colors
- Oxford White Colors
- Race Red Colors
- Rapid Red Colors
- Shadow Black Colors
When Ford developed the new 2021 Ford Bronco, it was thinking not only of off-road capabilities, but also systems that would make the open road experience easier and more enjoyable. Therefore, we will find an innovative trail map system, with more than 1,000 maps provided by AccuTerra from NeoTreks and guides from Trails Offroad and FunTreks.
The interior adopts a handle integrated into the instrument panel and center console to provide the support needed on uneven roads. Plus, Ford talks about tough, resistant materials, and coatings that are easy to clean. Some versions include a washable rubber floor with a built-in drain and mildew resistant upholstery.
In terms of equipment, we’ll find the SYNC 4 infotainment system with a 12-inch display, FordPass Performance with off-road navigation, 360 degree view camera with multiple views, wireless updates, cruise control with hiking mode, driving assistance from the 360º Ford Co-Pilot suite and, of course, the right amount of airbags and a high-strength steel roll cage.
The 2021 Ford Bronco engine lineup consists of two options. As an access engine, we will find the 2.3 liter EcoBoost, which is capable of producing 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of power. The most powerful engine is the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, which Ford estimates will produce 310 hp and 400 lb.-ft.
The 2021 Bronco will also be available with a seven-speed automatic or manual SelectShift 10 – yes, seven – to make the most of low-speed rock climbing.
As a good modern vehicle, the 2021 Ford Bronco will have a driving mode selector, which adjusts different parameters, such as engine response, steering feel or traction assist operation according to the program selected: Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery and Sand, with Steel, Mud / Ruts and Rock Crawl for off-road driving.
One of the major advances of the new 2021 Ford Bronco is the introduction of the Trail Toolbox, an electronic program that enhances a vehicle’s ability on dirt roads, as found in several rural areas of the country and that includes Trail Control, which is cruise control for low-speed driving, the Trail Turn Assist which narrows turning radius via torque vectors, and Trail One-Pedal Drive acceleration / braking control that makes it easy to steer over rocks with one pedal.
What will be the price of 2021 Ford Bronco?
The 2021 Bronco costs $ 29,995 in its base trim. Upgrade to the higher model, and the price goes up to:
- Big Bend: $ 34,480
- Black Diamond: $ 37,545
- Outside Bank: $ 40,450
- Badlands: $ 43,590
- Wildtrak: $ 50,370
- First Edition: $ 60,800
When will the new 2021 Ford Bronco Release Date?
Ford has announced that the 2021 Bronco will finally show the new Bronco to the world in July 2020.