The date of the start of the online configurator for the Ford Bronco 2021 has become knownOctober 20, 2020
The American brand has announced when the revived Ford Bronco SUV will be on sale. Closer to the start of sales, one should expect official prices for the new product.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport configurator has been running since July, but it hasn’t worked for the full-size Ford Bronco yet. This will change in the coming days as foreign sources report that potential buyers will be able to start using the online configurator for the Ford Bronco starting Friday, October 23rd.
The full-size 2021 Ford Bronco is available in no less than six trim levels: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak and Badlands. In addition to this there is a flagship version of the First Edition, but you can no longer get it, since all 7,000 copies of this version are already sold out.
In addition to choosing the options you want, you will also need to choose a two- or four-door version of the SUV, as well as a 2.3 or 2.7 liter EcoBoost engine.
Off-road enthusiasts will probably want the Sasquatch “package” (off-road suspension, large tires, etc.) to be available as an option.
Depending on the trim you choose, the 2021 Bronco also has additional “packages” of Mid, High and Lux options. Ford previously stated that more than 200 factory SUV accessories would be available at launch.
Sooner or later, the configurator will be expanded with a high-performance version of the model, which will be positioned as the flagship version of the model. It is believed that it will receive the name Warthog, as well as a price tag exceeding $ 60,000.
Those who have already ordered an SUV will be able to expect to receive it in June 2021.
Not so long ago, we wrote about why the updated Ford Bronco will not have a folding windshield. As part of his interview, a Ford spokesman said that the new generation Bronco SUV could still get a folding windshield.
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