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Here’s Our First Look At The 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition Black Interior

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When the 2021 Ford Bronco was originally revealed last summer, prospective Bronco First Edition buyers were a bit irked that they only had one interior color option to choose from – the blue/gray combo dubbed Navy Pier. However, as we reported last month, Ford listened to this customer feedback and decided to add a black interior as an option. Now, Bronco Nation has posted some pictures giving us our very first look at the 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition black interior.

Needless to say, the Bronco First Edition black interior looks very nice and is sure to appeal to those who thought Navy Pier was a bit too eccentric.

It’s hard to beat the simple, understated look of a black leather interior, and we imagine a lot of First Edition reservation holders will go this route. Unfortunately, as we reported last week, the Bronco First Edition black interior is a late availability option that won’t be available until late summer.

Regardless, that likely won’t be a deal-breaker for most reservation holders, as Ford Bronco deliveries aren’t scheduled to begin until summer anyway.

In addition to the black interior, First Edition buyers also have the choice of selecting Lightning Blue for their exterior color choice, which is exclusive to this trim level.

2021 Ford Bronco order books opened up yesterday, and dealers have already begun reaching out to reservation holders to convert their reservations into orders. Unfortunately, it appears that only around a third of the 190,000+ reservation holders will be receiving a 2021 model, but there are a number of reasons why it might be better to hold out for a 2022, as we recently reported. In the meantime, those folks can check out the full 2021 Bronco order guide, which we posted earlier this week.

We’ll have more on the 2021 Bronco very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

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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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Comments

  1. Ken

    I can confirm that my dealer, one of the largest in the Sacramento area, advised me today (1/21/21) their number of anticipated Broncos was reduced to one-third of anticipated units. Not shared with me is where I fall in that smaller group w/ a reservation made last July, two days into the reservation period. Time for someone to step up and make that reality clear to 126,667 would be buyers who are on the outside looking in for 2021 Broncos.

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  2. Buzz Sargent

    I want the Forest Green (similar to British Racing Green) with the natural Buckskin interior. Like the original!

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  3. That Guy

    Can confirm AS a dealer that allocations are slim. This is due to the parts to build not being easily available. Your dealer has no way of telling you when your Bronco will built. For has to figure out configs and what they can build and go from there.

    Yeah. It sucks. But they can only build what they can build. Covid has done a number on the supply chain. Want a 4 door 2.3 Big Bend with a soft top? You can get it! Anything else, buckle down and wait!

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