2021 Ford Bronco Appearance

Nov 17, 2020 - 2 minute read

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We've take our most commonly received Ford questions and provided you what you need to know. Today we answer, "What does the 2021 Bronco look like?" Contact J.C. Lewis Ford to have a personal Ford expert assigned to answer all of your Ford lineup questions - 912.210.5676.

What does the 2021 Bronco look like?

There are two 2021 additions to the Bronco family: the Bronco and the Bronco Sport. While both of these legends are designed and built for adventure, they have some important differences and have different looks.

The Bronco is a tall and boxy body-on-frame truck-based SUV with either 2 or 4 doors. Highlighting the original’s timeless and functional design—signature round headlamps, horizontal cartridge grille and short overhangs with vertical and clean flat body sides—the new Bronco is built for thrills and adventure.

Since Bronco was built for an open sky view, the roof panels and doors can come off easily to let you experience the wind in your hair and the sun on your face. Given its unique design with no crossbar between the front and back rows, the 2021 Bronco delivers best-in-class second-row and overall openness with the top removed.

The Bronco has seven models to choose from, each designed around a different type of adventure, and you can customize your choice even more with over 200 Ford accessories to truly make it your own.

Bronco Sport is unibody, has 4 doors and is smaller than both Broncos, giving it the nickname “Baby Bronco”. Like the Bronco, it draws inspiration from the 1960s Broncos with straight, boxy sides, round headlights and a blunt front grille.

The Bronco’s appearance aligns more closely to the original Broncos, but the Bronco Sport’s design has more of an emphasis on comfort and interior space, sharing some features with the Escape. Its safari-style roof provides extra height for your boards and your tall friends, and it even gives you enough cargo room to fit two bikes standing up.

Inside, most Bronco and Bronco Sport models will have cloth upholstery with leather as an available option, and rubber floors will complete the look and make cleanup a breeze. Some Bronco models will offer durable, marine-grade, wash-and-ready vinyl for the interior.

The Bronco Sport First Edition has the refining style of the Outer Banks (exterior finishing, 18-inch Machined-Face Aluminum Ebony Black-Painted Wheels, a Shadow Black Roof, stylish leather-trimmed interior) and is an absolute must see with Shadow Black graphic decals and a Carbonized Gray grille with black Bronco lettering.

The Bronco Wildtrak’s rugged good looks come with 35-inch tires wrapped around black 17-inch wheels, a black-painted hardtop, a black grille and unique hood graphics.

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