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Matte Tan Bronco Rendering Imagines The Not-So-Distant Future

The very first pre-production 2021 Ford Bronco examples have just rolled off the line at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant, but we’re still months away from the start of customer deliveries. Regardless, now is a great time to start thinking about the many ways we’re going to be customizing our shiny new Ford Bronco once it arrives in our driveway. The best way to do that, of course, is by creating a Bronco rendering like this one.

We’ve seem many a Bronco rendering floating around the internet in recent weeks, but this one is certainly unique. For starters, it’s finished in a matte tan exterior color, which makes it look ready for the desert. And while most renderings don’t bother to list out every single modification that’s been made, theoretically speaking, that isn’t the case here.

This particular Ford Bronco concept features a host of external modifications, beginning with a set of Fuel Off-Road D565 Sledge wheels wrapped with Cooper Discovery tires. A lift kit and spacers give the Bronco the perfect stance, while a set of tube doors from Fishbone Off-Road lets a little air in while retaining some sort of side-impact protection.

Up top sits Ford’s own roof rack, while a blacked-out front grille completes the dark look. Addictive Desert Designs provided the bumpers, and the front piece houses a winch and LED light bar for those tricky off-road situations. Throw on some black “Bad Bronco” decals and add a matching black interior, and we’ve got a seriously cool concept that would also be easy to put together in real life.


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What do you think? Follow @badxbronco + @broncoreborn for more Bad Broncos! 🔥 Matte Tan Bronco: • @coopertire Discovery Tires • @fueloffroad D565 Sledge Wheels • Ford Pre-production Roof Rack • Black interior • Factory steel grill w/blacked out nameplate • Lift and spacers • @fishboneoffroad doors • @addoffroad bumpers • Bad Bronco decals Would you build it differently? 📷 Designed by @badxbronco – feel free to share, just tag me. 👊 Designed in 3DTuning. #newbronco #fordbronco #fordbroncos #newfordbronco #bronco #fordbronco2021 #2021fordbronco #2021bronco #bronconation #addicteddesertdesigns #builtwild #3dtuning #broncosofinstagram #badbronco #broncolifestyle #overlandadventures #4x4offroad #offroading #classicbroncodrivers #drivevintage #customjeep #classicbronco #addoffroad #militarysurplus #earlybronco #militarystyle #militaryfashion #earlybroncodrivers #coopertires #coopertire

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And that’s what sets this Bronco rendering apart from most – it’s a viable built that anybody could replicate. Luckily, in a few short months, we’ll be able to finally do just that.

We’ll have much more on the new Bronco very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. GaryB

    Love the color. Would also like to see a forest green color. Will probably try these out with dip kits

  2. Master Sparky

    Touché GaryB! … Flat Dark Earth paint job (aka FDE) is supercool and Forrest Green (despite so 1990s) or even a non metallic British Racing Green always looks great with Saddle Brown leather (or vinyl).
    Could well be a commercial “Police Interceptor” exclusive.

  3. cloo

    Did you use a jeep for the underbody render? No solid front axle on the Bronco.

  4. Gary

    Garyb & master sparky,I like the way you guys think! Maybe ford should hire you guys as consultants. That Bronco is one bad ass look in dude.

  5. Barry Thomas Helms

    Looks like a “Maxpedition” tactical package!

  6. Master Sparky

    Did GaryB and I (Master Sparky) get recommended to work for Ford? ~ Here’s the real nitty-gritty…
    Ford’s miniature beast of a Eurasian 4-door Ranger crew cab, was already a boots on the ground commercial vehicle in Iraq, over 10 years ago. Haliburton aka KBR owned thousands of them!
    Mostly 2.0L Diesels, they’re already a global bestseller and the new Bozonco will make its way down those same assembly lines overnight!
    OMG! Did I insult the next four wheeled phenomenon? Not hardly… I reserved it on day 1 ~ 06/13/2020 pulling my hair out to register whilst seeing the initial 3,500 First Edition reservations disappear.


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