Buying a new Ford Bronco gives you a ton of options to choose from, since there are six different trim levels as well as the richly equipped first edition, although the latter is no longer available. Off-road enthusiasts who want to keep it simple without spending too much will likely opt for the 2-door body style in the base trim, which starts at $ 29,995.
This is the entry-level variant, but with a few twists. For starters, this is a pre-production prototype in Cyber Orange, which is a color that you will not be able to have on the entry-level Bronco. Although it has robust 35-inch tires from the Sasquatch set and 17-inch wheels, the ones that come with the optional all-terrain kit are completely black.
It is understandable that the fit and finish on the inside is not so good given that we are dealing with a prototype with a lot of cheap plastics. The cabin gives us the opportunity to see the center console with the small 8-inch touch screen instead of the optional 12-inch screen. It is well integrated into the dashboard and does not give the interior a cheap appearance compared to a larger screen.
This 2-door Bronco filmed in Alexandria, Virginia, had the basic 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine with the optional 10-speed automatic transmission. It is good for an expected horsepower of 270 horsepower and torque of 310 foot-pounds (420 Newton-meters) and can also be hooked up to a seven-speed manual transmission. If you want the aforementioned Sasquatch package, you can only get it with the car.
It will be interesting to see the return rate of the homecoming variant with the essential off-road improvements. For the moment, the first users seem ready to spend a lot of money given the instant success of the first fully loaded edition. With six different trim levels and a more practical 4-door model, Ford wants to make sure there will be a Bronco for all budgets and preferences.