Just some 8,797 days after Ford Motor Company built the last Ford Bronco they’ve finally pull the sheets off of the all-new Ford Bronco family, a trio of diverse off-road-ready sport utilities. Two and four-door Bronco models, as well as a more petite four-door Bronco Sport join the Ford lineup with 4×4 only.
Bronco two and four-door models will be launched with the adventuresome in mind, bringing over 200 factory-backed accessories to consumers at time of launch in spring 2021. With a base price of $29,995 (including destination and delivery), it would be fair to assume modifications would begin very quickly after purchase.
Bronco will feature 2.3 liter or 2.7 liter EcoBoost® engines with segment-exclusive 7-speed manual transmission and available 35-inch tires. The 7-speed manual will incorporate a best-in-class 94.75:1 crawl ratio, ground clearance, suspension travel and water fording capabilities, plus breakover and departure angles. A 10-speed automatic is also available.
Bronco two-door and four-door models can get you to the trails fast with quick-release stowable roof panels and doors on select versions; available cutting-edge off-road drive technologies and segment-exclusive digital trail mapping allow owners to easily plan, record and share their experiences via an all-in-one app. Two 4×4 systems are offered on all Bronco models, a base setup and advanced 4×4. The base system utilizes a two-speed electronic shift-on-the-fly transfer case, while the optional advanced system features a two-speed electromechanical transfer case that adds an auto mode for on-demand engagement to select between 2H and 4H. Power is distributed to a Dana™ 44 AdvanTEK® solid rear axle and Dana AdvanTEK independent front differential unit – both with available Spicer® Performa-TraK™ electronic locking differentials for improved traction over rough terrain.
“We created the Bronco family to elevate every aspect of off-road adventure and equipped them with class-leading chassis hardware and exclusive technologies to raise the bar in the rugged 4×4 segment and take people further into the wild,” said Jim Farley, Ford chief operating officer. “They’re built with the toughness of an F-Series truck and performance spirit of Mustang – and come wrapped in one of the most stunning and functional off-road designs that’s true to the original Bronco design DNA.”
Bronco Sport enters the game positioned as a rugged small SUV, offering over 100 accessories at launch. While pricing for the Bronco Sport has not been announced, you can expect this variant to arrive at your local Ford stores later this fall.
You can place a reservation for your 2021 Ford Bronco two-door, four-door or Bronco sport today at Ford.com for $100