Unsurprisingly, a variety of aftermarket companies are already planning on selling turnkey custom 2021 Ford Bronco models and various parts and accessories for the rugged new SUV. That includes the likes of Hennessey Performance, PaxPower, and Maxlider Motors. The latter has already teased its Ford Bronco Midnite Edition, but is now showing off a decked-out Bronco rendering while also announcing pricing for its complete Bronco packages.
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2021 Ford Bronco by @maxlidermotors in Area 51!!! . Packages start at $10K…Bronco $25K-$35K+ as pictured depending on performance and interior enhancements! . NOW TAKING $500 DEPOSITS – EMAIL [email protected] ! . We are an authorized drop-ship location for Ford – just order from your local Ford dealer and have them drop-ship to our shop for the build! . Render: @innov8designlab . . #maxliderbroncos . . . . #maxliderbrothers #maxlidermotors #earlybronco #fordsofinstagram #fordbronco #vintagebronco #classicbronco #offroading #offroadnation #4×4 #2021bronco #2020bronco
The Maxlider Motors Bronco packages will start out at $10,000, while the Area 51 two-door depicted in the rendering will run somewhere between $25k-$35k as pictured. Prices will obviously vary greatly depending on what options buyers choose, whether they be suspension upgrades, visual enhancements, or performance parts.
Maxlider is currently taking deposits for its Bronco builds, and is an authorized drop and ship location for Ford, which means that buyers can order their shiny new rig from their local dealer, then have the vehicle dropped off at Maxlider for customization. That way, they won’t have to drive one single mile in an unmodified Bronco.
Maxlider Brothers has been in the Bronco customization game for quite some time. In recent years, the Bloomington, Illinois builder has made a name for itself by building high-quality Bronco restomods. It’s also the only company that builds and sells four-door first-gen Broncos, a move that foreshadowed the debut of the first-ever factory four-door Bronco. So moving on to the new Bronco is a natural progression for the builder.
This latest rendering is a follow up to Maxlider’s Midnite Edition Bronco, which pays homage to the Nite Edition Broncos and Ford F-150 special editions built in 1991 and 1992. It features black paint, gray stripes, aftermarket bumpers, a winch, a large roof rack with off-road lighting, new wheels, BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires, and Fox and BDS suspension upgrades.