2021 Ford Bronco showcases its adventure accessories

Bronco 4-door Outer Banks Fishing Guide

Ford has revealed a few adventure-inspired concepts for the new Bronco and Bronco Sport, inspiring the future owners on how to put their Broncos to maximum use. In fact, this is more of showcasing factory-backed accessories. Ford says that there are more than 200 available accessories for Bronco 2- and 4-door models, while the Bronco Sport gets more than 100 accessories.

The first one is Bronco 4-door Outer Banks Fishing Guide. As the name suggests, it is based on the Outer Banks trim. The accessories include a Bestop Sunrider first-row soft top, roof rails and crossbars, and Yakima LockNLoad roof rack platform. There’s also a fender-mounted rail for custom-made fishing poles, which I think looks really, really good. A Ford Performance modular front bumper, safari bar, all-weather floor mats and splash guards round off the package.

The second one is the Bronco Two-Door Trail Rig. Based on the Badlands trim, it gets a Ford Performance modular front bumper, tube doors, beadlock-capable wheels and a 40-inch LED lightbar.


Also included is a Warn winch, roof rails with a Yakima roof rack system with mounts for a shovel; Warn recovery kit and recovery boards. Inside the concept are rugged floor mats and a rear swing-gate-mounted table.

The third one is the Bronco Sport Trail Rig. Based on the Badlands trim, it gets 31-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM3 tires, a one-inch lift kit, and LED off-road lights mounted to the front nudge bar.


A Yakima LockNLoad roof rack platform, off-road gear mounts to carry a high-lift jack kit; and recovery boards and jerry cans round off the package.

The fourth one is the Bronco Sport TOW RZR. Based on the Badlands trim, it gets Yakima HD Bar crossbars, cargo basket, and Class II Trailer Tow Package with 2,200 lbs (998 kg) of capacity to tow all-terrain vehicles like the new Polaris RZR XP Turbo.

The last one is the Bronco Sport Off-Roadeo Adventure Patrol. Also based on the Badlands trim, it gets the Yakima LockNLoad Cargo platform to hold a high-lift jack, recovery boards and jerry cans; LED lightbar, and Yakima interior bike rack that can hold two mountain bikes. There’s also a target on the hood to land a drone.

Ford said that more than 165,000 people have deposited $100 (online pre-orders) for the new Bronco in the first three weeks of its reveal.

Also read: 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition reservations are full

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