- Nearly a year after its much-hyped debut, Ford has started building and shipping the Bronco SUV.
- The two-door and four-door off-roaders have removable roofs and doors.
- Buyers can choose from more than 200 Ford accessories.
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The long-awaited 2021 Ford Bronco is finally on its way to dealerships, Ford said Tuesday.
The 125,000 people who placed an order for a two-door or four-door Bronco will start taking delivery of their SUVs in the coming weeks. In addition to the off-roading chops one should expect from a resurrected Bronco, the rugged 4x4s come equipped with loads of interesting features, both optional and standard.
Keep scrolling to see the two- and four-door’s best features.
As a throwback to the first-generation Bronco, there are trail sights on the front fenders that can be used as tie-downs.
As standard, the roof comes in three sections that are quickly removable.
You can store the first-row panels on-board.
The interior materials and colors were inspired by “natural palettes and outdoor gear,” according to Ford.
The driver can easily reach the instrument panel-mounted switches.
Buttons are finished in rubber so they are protected against dirt and water. That makes them easy to clean, too.
Ford did a great job incorporating the vintage facia design into the modern one.
Modular doors will be an available factory-backed accessory option.
There will be a 12-inch screen inside. Visibility looks quite good, too.
A mount bar is there so you can plug in your USB-powered accessories.
MOLLE hooks are found on the seatbacks so you can clip your stuff there safely.
You can customize your shift lever and grab handle with leather wrapping.
The four-door Bronco will be the first four-door Bronco.
It will also have removable roof panels.
There are front right- and left-panels.
A full-width center panel.
And a rear section.
You can take them all off.
Or pick and choose.
All two- and four-door Bronco models will have a swing-out rear tailgate design.
And there is a slide-out rear tailgate.
Here’s another view of the bring-your-own-device rack in the four-door.
All Broncos will come with frameless doors that Ford says will make them easier to take off.
The first-generation Bronco served as inspiration for the new instrument panel.
The white-on-gray interior is also a great look.
Transmission options include a seven-speed manual or a 10-speed automatic.
You can get rubberized, washable flooring on certain models. There’s an integrated drain plug so cleanup is easy.