Each year for the past 17 years, classic Bronco fans far and wide have gathered in East Townsend, Tennessee for the Bronco Super Celebration, the largest event of its kind in the United States. In spite of a pandemic-driven delay, this year’s showing managed to draw some new faces. Of particular note was Ford’s all-new Bronco Overland Concept, an SUV that stokes some serious wanderlust.
Based on the upcoming 4-door Bronco platform, the Overland Concept makes for a capable off-road rig. It comes fully-outfitted with upgrades inside and out in order to deliver dependable performance on the trail. For instance, it gains High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (H.O.S.S.) and 35-inch mud-terrain tires, allowing it to glide over the harshest of terrain. Up front, it’s been fitted with a slew of Ford Performance parts, including a modular steel bumper and a WARN winch. And in order to take care of sleeping accommodations, the Bronco dons a Yakima two-person tent above its roof rails. Finally, there’s a basecamp setup organized at the rear. With an ARB fridge, as well as a cooking unit and stove mounted to the cargo management system, the Bronco provides for a complete campsite experience.