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2021 Bronco Badlands And Wildtrak Will Only Offer One Interior Color Choice

Shortly after the 2021 Ford Bronco was revealed this summer, the automaker revealed that its range-topping trim level, the First Edition, would only be available with one interior color option – Navy Pier. So while we were playing around with the Ford Bronco configurator that just launched yesterday, we were quick to notice that both the 2021 Bronco Badlands and Wildtrack trims only showed one interior color choice as well.

2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Black Onyx Interior

However, not all options and accessories are present in the build and price tool just yet, so we reached out to Ford to see if the 2021 Bronco Badlands and Wiltrak would only be available with one interior color option, or if there were more to come at a future date. Turns out, there aren’t, as Ford confirmed to Ford Authority that both of these top trim levels will each offer one interior color only.

2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Black Onyx Interior

2021 Bronco Badlands models come standard with a Black Onyx interior in one of two different materials – marine grade vinyl or leather-trimmed vinyl. Meanwhile, Wildtrak models come with a Medium Sandstone interior in either cloth or leather-trimmed vinyl.

2021 Ford Bronco Medium Sandstone Interior

The Base Bronco comes equipped exclusively with Black Onyx cloth, while Big Bend trim is available with either Black Onyx or Medium Sandstone cloth. Black Diamond Broncos are fitted with Dark Space Gray Marine Grade vinyl, while Outer Banks models offer four different choices – Navy Pier cloth, Roast/Black Onxy cloth, Dark Space Gray/Navy Pier leather-trimmed vinyl, and Roast/Black Onyx leather-trimmed vinyl.

2021 Ford Bronco Medium Sandstone Interior

The limited availability of interior color options for certain Ford Bronco trim levels is likely part of Ford’s plan to keep things simple and to reduce production complexity and ensure quality, which is why it decided to push back the availability of the Black‑Painted Modular Hardtop until later in 2021, as we reported yesterday.

We’ll have more on the Bronco very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock 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. Gerard

    Offering only one interior color choice is unacceptable at the asking price of these vehicle is unacceptable, especially when the only color option is black. This is marketed as a serious off-road vehicle. Black interiors in any vehicle are hot and show every spec of dust and dirt on a regular commute, never mind an off-road trip in a vehicle that makes a huge point about it’s removable top.

    1. Will

      Totally agree – particularly on the Badlands which is the second most expensive offering excluding the First Edition. One color interior??
      Also – the Black ring beadlock wheels shown on Badlands (Sasquatch) in most of the Badlands preproduction photos is ONLY AVAILABLE on the Wildtrack despite the fact they have been marketing it in the all Black beadlock. (B&P configurations only offers beadlock with a black wheel with a silver bead ring for the Badlands.) Very disappointed.
      One color offering for the interior is seriously bad decision making.
      I was excited about my Badlands reservation. Now I’m reconsidering my purchase altogether.

  2. Jimmy

    I completely agree with y’all. The interior choice limited to one is crazy. Black is so boring with the gorgeous exterior color options Ford has created. I was pumped about my Badlands as well, and was hoping for a marine grade option in the camel…hopefully Ford hears us and changes that, and soon…


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