mobile-menu-icon
Ford Authority
Sponsored

2021 Bronco Fastback Soft Top With Top Down – First Real World Photos

Sponsored

To date, we’ve seen a few preproduction 2021 Ford Bronco models equipped with a fastback soft top, including one wearing some rather large Bushwacker fender flares recently. However, what we haven’t seen – until now – is a 2021 Bronco fastback soft top in the retracted position. But these photos depict a new Antimatter Blue Ford Bronco Badlands two-door prototype equipped a fastback soft top peeled back.

While the Bronco fastback soft top can obviously be removed completely, simply lifting it back in this manner is a quick and easy way to let a little extra air and sunshine into the cabin. Plus, if the driver finds themself stuck in a pop-up thunderstorm, it’s much quicker and easier to button the top back up again as well.

The fastback soft top is already a very popular option on the Jeep Wrangler, so it’s not a huge surprise that it will also be available on the new Bronco. However, this style of top is all about form, as the sloped rear portion cuts down on cargo capacity, though its looks are sure to win over plenty of owners.

Considering the fact that the 2021 Bronco has steeply angled rear roof buttresses, it would seem that the automaker was considering a fastback-style soft top from the very beginning. It also seems that this top will be available from the automaker as an official factory accessory – not just an aftermarket offering.

As for the roof itself, it seems to consist of several different panels that attach together. This allows the top portion to be retracted independently of the side panels, which can presumably be removed separately from the top portion as well.

As for whether or not the fastback soft top will be available when the SUV launches this summer, well, that’s unclear at the moment, but it certainly wouldn’t come as a surprise.

For much more 2021 Bronco content, be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Sponsored

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.

Subscribe to Ford Authority

For around-the-clock Ford news coverage

We'll send you one email per day with the latest Ford updates.
It's totally free.

Sponsored

Comments

  1. Stephen Dutton

    It looks primitive, and like it will not hold up over the years.

    Reply
    1. Stalkbroker94

      ?

      Reply
  2. BRICE WEST

    Not Sasquatch. Those are the optional badlands wheels with 33”s

    Reply
  3. Master Sparky

    Bronco Nation has produced several new walk around videos that do way more justice than Ford’s “Build Your Bronco” website.

    Base model with Sasquatch includes 4 hero switches (not counting emergency lights).

    The only one it doesn’t have is the front axle disconnect. Standard on Badlands.

    The Base model disallows three paint jobs: (Cactus Gray, Area-51 & Cyber Orange); second row tinted glass; molle seat backs and towing capability…
    BUT it allows more investment in the drivetrain and (Sasquatch) chassis.

    The drivetrain is what’s going to raise the overall equity for buyers and lease profits for Ford.

    Those exposed bolt bell bottom fenders and that 1991 Race Red or 1992 Velocity Blue paint are not for me.

    Reply

Leave a comment

Cancel
Sponsored