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2021 Ford Bronco Easter Eggs Are Plentiful And Interesting

Jeep (and other FCA brands like Ram) has developed a reputation for including all sorts of fun and interesting Easter eggs on its vehicles in recent years. As the 2021 Ford Bronco nears its launch this coming summer, it’s becoming quite clear that Ford has included quite a few “hidden” Bronco Easter eggs on the legendary SUV as well, many of them recently uncovered by Bronco Nation.

The first Bronco Easter egg is a bottle opener (which the Ford Bronco Sport also comes with) in the rear cargo area, which is carved into the roll cage for those nights out on the trail when we just need a cold beverage.

Also located on the roll cage is a piece of trim with a mountain range engraved in it, along with the coordinates 34.5261 north, 116.75685 west – which leads to Johnson Valley, California, home of the King of the Hammers race, which Ford sponsors and has tested the Bronco at.

When the gas cap door is open, the owner gets a nifty view of a trio of first-gen Ford Bronco models – the U13 Roadster, U14 Half Cab pickup, and U15 SUV.

Meanwhile, the start/stop button contains a bit of an Easter egg itself, as the shape is identical to that of the Bronco’s headlights.

As we’ve seen before, the badge located beneath the shifter contains quite a bit of information, including the fact that the Bronco is produced at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant.

Back near the tie-down hooks, there’s a lasso engraved in the metal, which is a nifty touch.

Finally, we have this nifty little addition, which can be found on the Bronco’s optional slide-out rear cargo panel. It depicts a first-gen Bronco with a stick figure sitting on the tailgate, enjoying a little campfire.

We imagine that these aren’t even all of the Bronco Easter eggs that exist, and many more are sure to surface soon. And when the 2021 Bronco finally arrives, we’ll certainly have fun finding them all.

We’ll have much more on the 2021 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. Albert RODRIGUES

    i think that Ford is making a huge mistake revealing new models years in advance. When the Bronco was announced it was fresh and way ahead of it’s competitors. By the time it arrives to the public the competitors would have ample time to catch up. This would make it not a novelty and not make people that are brand loyal HAVE to jump ship into the new Bronco. I see so much hype about the Bronco that I keep forgetting that it’s here yet. I am a former Bronco owner myself having bought 2 brand new ones. ( a 1979 and a 1990)

    1. royly

      Instead of the three “historical Broncos”, it would be great to see, a V8, a Big V6 and the new little 4 banger! Believe it or not, there is (already) a large group of Fan Boys! Not one person has ever seen a production bronco, yet-the fan boys are getting on board! I have owned Broncos (one new and one in great shape-used), I wish I’d kept both; however, I have never been willing to buy a vehicle sight unseen, no drive, not even sitting in the drivers seat, something is wrong here. My guess is the fan boys also bought large numbers of beanie babies-it was the thing to do…..


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