2021 Ford Bronco Gets Five Adventure Concepts To Mark SUV’s Birthday

Ford is pulling out all the stops for the Bronco’s anniversary because no less than five concepts have been developed to showcase the SUV’s exterior nature. After announcing that there will be over 200 factory guaranteed accessories for the Big Bronco and 100+ for the Bronco Sport, the Blue Oval now demonstrates how the full-size model and its unibody cousin can be configured to meet a variety of needs.

Starting with the big Bronco, the Badlands-based two-door Trail Rig concept pictured below offers a variety of nifty features, including tubular doors and a winch that has an impressive 10,000 pound pulling capacity. The off-roader has also been fitted with a Yakima roof rack where you will also notice the light bar. The recovery boards and the recovery kit complete the upgrades, while inside are sturdy floor mats.

Next is the concept of the Bronco fishing guide based on the Outer Banks trim. As the name suggests, it was designed for both recreational and professional anglers and can accommodate a fishing rod holder and a Yakima roof rack. The four-door SUV has a front row soft top to allow for an open-air experience and is equipped with a safari bar and auxiliary lights.

Moving on to the Bronco Sport, the Badlands-based Trail Rig is packed with Yakima goodies, including high-lift jack and ax racks, crossbars, recovery / off-road racks, and a roof rack. Ford Performance provided the jerry cans and salvage boards, while the one-inch lift kit, push bar and LED off-road lights complete the package.

As for the Bronco Sport Tow RZR Concept, it also started out as a Badlands before receiving Ford’s optional Class II Trailer Tow Package to tow a Polaris RZR XP Turbo 1000. It was also specified with a luggage rack. and a Yakima basket for additional storage.

Finally, the fifth concept bears the name of Bronco Sport Off-Roadeo Adventure Patrol and is also based on the Badlands finish. It serves as a preview of the crew vehicles that will participate in the Off-Roadeo Owners Experience Events hosted by Ford. The first of four will take place next summer in Austin, Texas, and will be open to owners of the big two- and four-door Bronco as well as the Bronco Sport in the Badlands trim.

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