Ford Finally Reveals the All New 2021 Bronco 2-Door

Ford Finally Reveals the All New 2021 Bronco 2-Door

Pre-production 2021 two-door Bronco Black Diamond series in Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat with available Sasquatch™ off-road package.

Ford has finally lift the covers of it’s all new Bronco SUV that represent the revival of the well known nameplate once again.

The new Bronco features a retro-rugged design that is inspired by classic generation Broncos with an perfect fitting into a modern SUV.

The design of the new Bronco focused on the key features of it’s main competitor and “for now” segment leader, through using removable doors and roof.

Pre-production 2021 two-door Bronco Black Diamond series in Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat with Sasquatch™ off-road package.

Starting from the basics: the new Bronco offers best-in-class ground clearance, at 11.6 inches (294 mm), and best-in-class water fording capability, at 33.5 inches (851 mm). The maximum breakover angle is 29 degrees with the departure angle at 37.2 degrees. You’ll also be able to order one with 35-inch tires straight from the factory for the first time in the segment, which is something you must opt for if you want the aforementioned figures.

Two Engine Options, Two 4×4 Systems

The 2021 Ford Bronco will become available with two EcoBoost engines: a base 2.3-liter four-cylinder with an expected 270 HP and 310 lb-ft (420 Nm) of torque and a 2.7-liter V6 with 310 HP and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque.

Transmission options will include a new seven-speed manual featuring a crawler gear as standard only on four-cylinder models and a 10-speed automatic. Customers will also get to choose between two 4×4 systems; the base one features a two-speed electronic shift-on-the-fly transfer case while the optional advanced system comes with a two-speed electromechanical transfer case with an automatic on-demand 4H engagement.

If you mean serious off-road business and want the best-in-class crawler-gear ratio of 94.75:1, then you have to opt for the manual four-cylinder Bronco and the advanced 4×4 system.

Making its debut with the new Ford Bronco is the company’s so-called Trail Toolbox, a range of technologies to help you in your off-road adventures. This includes the Trail Control, which is low-speed cruise control for driving on trails, the Trail Turn Assist, which tightens the turning radius off-road with the help of torque vectoring, and the Trail One-Pedal Drive, which helps the driver be more precise and confident during rock crawling.

Frameless Removable Doors You Can Store Onboard

Both body styles of the new Ford Bronco will feature segment-exclusive frameless doors than can be easier to remove than the model’s main antagonist, the Jeep Wrangler. The side mirrors are cowl-mounted, meaning that they stay in their place when the doors are removed.

Ford designed the doors of the new Bronco to be quickly and easily removed

Two-door Bronco models will feature an easily removable three-section hard top. The latter can be optioned with both a soft top and a hardtop. Ford claims that each roof panel can be removed by one person just by unlocking the latches from the interior.

Pre-production 2021 two-door Bronco Black Diamond series in Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat with Sasquatch™ off-road package.

In addition, customers will be given tons of options for personalization that includes things like different types of doors, modular steel bumpers with integrated winches, various front grille designs, roof racks, LED light bars, and even a range of fender flares.

Weatherproofed Cabin With The Latest Technology

As with the exterior, the interior was also inspired by the original Bronco: gauges and controls are clearly visible and intuitive while the design integrates grab handles on both the dash and the center console. The cabin is also weatherproofed, featuring a rubberized floor with drain plugs, waterproofed switches, and water-resistant upholstery.

The dashboard can also be fitted with a clever rack for mounting different devices, including smartphones, action cameras, and more.

The new Bronco says no to ugly windscreen mounts with its clever rack for your devices

Another highlight inside the new Bronco is Ford’s latest SYNC4 infotainment system, which drives a 12-inch touchscreen display (an 8-inch display is standard) and features not only over-the-air updates but off-road navigation as well. The system also uses the 360-degree camera for off-road spotter views to help the driver’s visibility in demanding scenarios like rock crawling.

The new Ford Bronco will feature an exclusive Terrain Management System with up to seven “G.O.A.T.” modes to choose from: Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery, and Sand, with Baja, Mud/Ruts and RockCrawl for off-road driving. In case you were wondering, G.O.A.T. stands for Goes Over Any Terrain, a goal that was first set during the development of the original Bronco.

Toughness Of An F-Series Truck, Spirit Of A Mustang

the 2-door Bronco models is traditional body-on-frame SUV, using a fully-boxed, high-strength steel chassis. This enables the new Bronco to also offer best-in-class suspension travel, with 17 percent more travel front and rear “than its closest competitor”.

At the front, we get a fully independent suspension with a Dana AdvanTEK differential for better control and comfort while at the rear we get a Dana 44 AdvanTEK solid-axle design with coil springs and five locating links for strength and off-road control. Both axles can be optioned with Spicer Performa-TRAK locking e-diffs. Speaking of options, the new Ford Bronco will also be able to be fitted with a set of long-travel, position-sensitive Bilstein dampers with end-stop valves and a segment-exclusive optional semi-active hydraulic stabilizer bar than can be disconnected for maximum articulation.

“We created the Bronco family to elevate every aspect of off-road adventure and equipped them with class-leading chassis hardware and exclusive technologies to raise the bar in the rugged 4×4 segment and take people further into the wild,” said Jim Farley, Ford CEO. “They’re built with the toughness of an F-Series truck and performance spirit of Mustang –and come wrapped in one of the most stunning and functional off-road designs that’s true to the original Bronco design DNA.”

35-inch Tires Available On Every Trim Level

The range of the 2021 Ford Bronco will include seven trim levels: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Badlands, and the limited to 3,500 units First Edition. If you want the beefy 35-inch tires but don’t want to spend your money on the more expensive trim levels, we have good news as Ford will make the aptly-named Sasquatch off-road package available with every trim level.

In total, Ford will offer four “content packages” with the seven trim levels, along with numerous optional features and more than 200 dealer-installed accessories to further personalize your new Bronco.

Starting From $29,995, Reservations Now Open

And while Ford hasn’t released yet the full pricing details of the new Bronco, it did release the base MSRP for the two-door Bronco with the four-cylinder EcoBoost: $29,995 including the $1,495 destination and delivery fees.

Production of the 2021 Ford Bronco will begin in early 2021, with the first models to arrive in dealerships next spring. Reservations the two door variant is now open for $100 at

Pre-production 2021 two-door Bronco Black Diamond series in Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat with available Sasquatch™ off-road package.

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