The 13 coolest features of the 2 and 4-door 2021 Ford Bronco, the all-4x4 lineup's tough-as-nails go-anywhere off-roader
The 2021 Ford Bronco is back as a Sport and two-door and four-door models. The two-door and four-door Broncos have removable roofs. Ford said the base-model two-door Bronco will start at an MSRP of $29,995. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
The long-awaited 2021 Ford Bronco is finally here and buyers have more models to choose from than ever before. In addition to the Bronco Sport, there will be a Bronco two-door — and joining it, for the first time ever a Bronco Four-Door model in the lineup. The two will feature either Ford's 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine, good for a claimed 310 horsepower and 400 pounds-feet of torque or the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, good for a claimed 270 horsepower and 310 pounds-feet of torque. The two-door and four-door Broncos will also have the choice of either a seven-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic transmission. Every trim level of the two Broncos will also come with 35-inch off-road tires directly from the factory. Ford didn't announce more specific pricing or vehicle specs at this time but did note that the base two-door Bronco will have a starting MSRP of $29,995, including $1,495 destination and delivery. The first models should hit Ford dealerships next spring. Keep scrolling to see the two- and four-door's best features.SEE ALSO: It's surprisingly easy to pull the doors off of Jeep's ultra-rugged Gladiator pickup truck — here's how I did it At launch, Ford says the 2021 Bronco two-door will have more than 200 factory-backed accessories.
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.
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You may have to wait 18 months before taking delivery of your new Ford Bronco due to a plethora of preorders
The return of the 2021 Ford Bronco generated so much interest that Ford's reservation website briefly...The return of the 2021 Ford Bronco generated so much interest that Ford's reservation website briefly crashed. First deliveries of the Bronco will commence in spring 2021. But the reservation list is so long that some customers might not take delivery of their Broncos until 2022, reports Car and Driver. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Thanks to the tremendous initial interest in the long-awaited Ford Bronco — which briefly crashed Ford's reservation website — it now appears some customers are in for a lengthy wait before actually taking delivery of their new boxy off-roader. Reserving a new Bronco does not take much; all you have to do is find a dealer, specify which model you'd like, and shell out $100 for the refundable deposit. Ford didn't say how many orders it's taken so far, but apparently it was enough to result in an 18-month wait until some customers can take delivery, Car and Driver reports. "Reservations have been so popular that some Bronco customers may not receive their Bronco until 2022," a Ford spokesperson told the outlet. They also said Broncos for reservation-holding customers will be built first, so the fastest way for you to get your Bronco is by making a reservation, not waiting for them to hit dealer lots. Ford also told Car and Driver that this isn't a delay. "We said first deliveries would start in spring 2021," the spokesperson said. "That's still correct." A Ford spokesperson also confirmed as much to Business Insider. "Bronco two-door and four-door model deliveries are on-track to start in Spring 2021," they said. "We have not provided any mention beyond this." Need help figuring out which Bronco is right for you? Use this nifty little guide.SEE ALSO: Ford's 2021 Bronco unveiling is already causing a rift and sparking outrage among Jeep Wrangler fans online Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How 'white savior' films like 'The Help' and 'Green Book' hurt Hollywood
The 17 coolest features of the new 2021 Ford Bronco Sport, the smaller SUV sibling in the rugged all-4x4 Bronco lineup — see them all
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is the rugged, small SUV of the Bronco lineup. It slots...The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is the rugged, small SUV of the Bronco lineup. It slots below the two-door and four-door Bronco models. Ford didn't announce official pricing at this time but said the Bronco Sport would be available at dealers in late 2020. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In addition to the two more rugged Bronco models, Ford is also including the Bronco Sport small SUV within the Bronco lineup. Think of the Bronco Sport like the little sibling of the two more serious, off-roading Broncos. The Badlands and First Edition trims use Ford's 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine that puts down a claimed 245 horsepower and 275 pounds-feet of torque. The Base, Big Bend, and Outer Banks trims have the 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine, good for a claimed 181 horsepower and 190 pounds-feet of torque. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Ford didn't announce official pricing for the Bronco Sport at this time but did say that they will be available at dealerships in late 2020. Keep scrolling to see the new Bronco Sport's best features.SEE ALSO: Ford isn't just bringing back the legendary Bronco — it's making it into a dedicated off-roading brand Think of the all-new Bronco Sport as the little sibling to the bigger Bronco two-door and four-door models. The rounded headlights are a nod to Bronco heritage. The Badlands trim is the one for optimal off-roading. Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat is available as an exterior paint color. Certain Bronco Sport models have Ford's 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine that puts down a claimed 245 horsepower and 275 pounds-feet of torque. There's an available interior bike rack that fits two 27.5-inch bikes inside the car. Here's what it looks like from the inside. Bronco Sports in the Badlands trim can tow up to 2,200 pounds when equipped with the proper hardware. The Bronco Sport First Edition can ford up to 23.6 inches of water. An eight-inch touchscreen comes standard. As does Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Badlands trim with the Badlands Package gives you heated and leather-trimmed front seats and a fancy sound system from Bang & Olufsen. There are seven drive modes to choose from. The First Edition trim will have leather-trimmed seats with miniature perforations, likely for ventilation. There will be an available storage compartment under the second-row passenger seat. Zipper pockets give you even more storage options. Zip up your gear when you aren't using it. As does the MOLLE straps system. Tie-down carabiner hooks and rubber flooring in the trunk make for a handy place to store stuff that's also easy to clean. The back of the second row can also be covered in rubber. The Badlands Package includes a 60/40 split fold-flat second row. All Bronco Sports come with a mounted bottle opener. This is brilliant and needs to be on more (see also: all) cars. You can use the optional, overlanding-ready roof rack to go camping. A slide-out working table makes it a great camping buddy. The Bronco Sport comes with 29-inch all-terrain tires. With a front off-road camera option, drivers can see what's coming up ahead in detail. There are 10 exterior colors available, including Area 51, Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat, and Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat.