Ford has unveiled five takes on its all-new Bronco off-roader. Celebrating 55 years of the Bronco name, the American car manufacturer started things off by revealing that the all-new Bronco had over 165,000 reservations for its two and four-door models in just only three weeks — exceeding all expectations.
Continuing on, Ford gave a glimpse of just how many combinations and builds are available to customers, building five adventure-inspired concepts; the Bronco Four-Door Outer Banks Fishing Guide, built to support a professional fishing guide along Cape Hatteras National Seashore; the Bronco Two-Door Trail Rig, a hardcore two-door trail rider; the Bronco Sport Trail Rig, an adventure-packed off-roader in a small a compact set-up; the Bronco Sport TOW RZR, a tow-centric build that packs a Class II Trailer Tow Package with 2,200 pounds of capacity to tow; and the Bronco Sport Off-Roadeo Adventure Patrol, a survival-driven model that sees recovery gear and a target to land the drone for off-the-grid situations.
These five concepts are just a teaser for the more-than-200 available factory-backed accessories for the Bronco two and four-door models. Head over to Ford now to see the complete run-down of each of the five Adventure Concepts.
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