Ford Bronco will receive an exclusive shade of Lightning BlueSeptember 25, 2020
Ford will offer its Bronco in an exclusive First Edition in a new Lightning Blue exterior color. The price for this option has not yet been announced. There is no information about when it will be possible to buy an SUV with this body color.
The Dearborn-based automaker today announced on Twitter that it will offer the Bronco SUV in an exclusive First Edition in a new color – Lightning Blue. This is a color that is not available for the rest of the Bronco line.
The exterior color Lightning Blue joins four others available for the First Edition: Area 51, Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, Cactus Gray and Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat. However, these colors are also available on other versions of the model.
Buyers who purchase the Bronco First Edition ($ 59,305 for the two-door version of the SUV and $ 63,500 for the four-door version) will get a well-equipped SUV.
Ford offers a First Edition with Lux and Sasquatch packages. The cabin will feature amenities such as heated leather seats, a B&O sound system and a 12-inch infotainment display. Under the hood is a 2.7-liter, twin-turbocharged Ford V6 that develops 310 horsepower (542 Nm). The transmission will be offered with a 10-speed Ford automatic transmission.
There is information that those who decide to order the Ford Bronco in the First Edition version as well as in the Lightning Blue tint may have to wait to get their SUVs. There are still a few months left before the start of production of the SUV – according to various sources, the start will take place no earlier than March or April next year. The Ford Bronco will go on sale next year.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Ford presented a “charged” crossover Puma ST. Ford has unveiled a more powerful version of the Puma subcompact crossover. The new 2021 model year received the ST prefix in its name and is equipped with the same engine as the “charged” Fiesta ST.
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