Fresh on the heels of the new Ford Bronco’s rerelease, the American marque is celebrating the 55th anniversary since the original launch of the now-iconic truck in 1965 via a collection of 2021 Bronco-based concept vehicles.
Designed to show-off some of the several hundred available factory accessories, the project consists of five protoBroncos. The first is the Bronco Four-Door Outer Banks Fishing Guide, which is something of the ultimate angler’s off-roader, while the second is the Bronco Sport TOW RZR, a modified and upgraded Sport variant hauling a Polaris RZR XP Turbo side-by-side. The Bronco Sport Trail Rig and Bronco Two-Door Trail Rig are both what Ford calls “hardcore trail riders,” with upgraded aftermarket wheels and tires, a bevy of crash protection, rooftop racks, and a suite of auxiliary lighting. The final concept is the Bronco Sport Off-Roadeo Adventure Patrol, which is a drone-equipped support vehicle built for Ford’s upcoming Bronco Off-Roadeo adventure playgrounds, which the brand just announced the first location of, which will be Austin, Texas in 2021. Furthermore, the announcement also included Ford stating its planned return to the grueling Baja 1000 race. To see more of the concept or for more info, check out the full press release linked below.
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