Ford's new Bronco offers throwback looks—and monster off-roading performance

Matt Bean  – July 14, 2020 | Updated July 28, 2020

We’re fans of vintage vehicles, as you might have noticed, and Ford’s just-revealed 2021 Bronco hearkens back to its debut days in way that warms our heart. But it’s what you’ll find inside—and underneath—that gets our blood pumping. Across the three model lines, and seven current trim offerings, a through-line of robust off-road functionality means the 4×4 will help you reach new heights, no matter what your calling. The model comes in a two-door configuration with a removable top and doors, as well as a more conventional four-door setup.

Here’s a look at a few of our favorite new features on the 2021 Bronco. Pre-sales for the Bronco, which required only a $100 deposit on the starting MSRP of $29,999, have already sold out for the inaugural “First Edition” run of 3,500 but six of the other variants remain.

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