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Ford Bronco Van Renderings Make A Compelling Case For New Variant

Last year, FoMoCo began offering three new and improved option packages for the Ford Transit, including the Motorhome Prep Package for cutaway, the new RV Prep Package for cargo vans, and a new Adventure Prep Package for cargo or crew vans. In Europe, those that want a brand new Blue Oval camper van can purchase a Transit Custom Nugget from their local dealer. However, in North America, buyers don’t have that kind of turnkey option, which makes this cool Ford Bronco van rendered by an artist named Samir Sadikhov a rather enticing concept.

This Ford Bronco van is actually inspired by country singer Jake Owen’s own retro 2021 Ford Bronco build and features the same sort of multi-colored stripes on the sides that give it an authentic 1970s vibe. That’s quite fitting on these Bronco van renderings, as vans – which are now becoming quite popular again – were the cat’s proverbial pajamas in the disco era, with folks going to great lengths to customize their boxy rides.

In spite of those retro touches, this Bronco van is fitted with some decidedly modern bits and pieces, including its large wheels and knobby tires, which would presumably help it live up to its nameplate with better than average off-road capability. The boxy van is also carrying quite a few storage boxes on its roof and side, which could be used to store gear for a week-long overlanding adventure. With the Bronco’s baked-in off-road capability and a van’s large amount of cargo space, this seems like a pretty solid idea.

 

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Of course, this is just that – an idea, one that came from the mind of an artist. But we’d personally love to see Ford build something like this in the real world, and given the explosive growth of the #vanlife movement, it might just strike a chord with buyers, too.

We’ll have more cool renderings like this to share 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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Comments

  1. Bob

    Reminds me of an old Econoline van.
    No driver door makes it a dud.

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  2. David Dickinson

    Stretched Unimog wanna-be. I don’t think it will work. Very few people actually need a 4WD van and, if you do, you can get the Ford Transit or Sprinter. I don’t they are selling high volumes of either. As a Sprinter owner, the high roof is a real pain to get anything on and this beefed up Bronco would have the same issue. The applications for a 10-passenger go -anywhere vehicle are few and far between.

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  3. NCEcoBoost

    Atrociously hideous.

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  4. mark

    I love it!!
    Gives competition to the Mercedes vans advertised on tv as RV’s and the grey, minivans offered to families.
    Although the height makes this look a little outrageous, the package overall is great – square, hold lots of gear, and room for the entire family.
    I’d buy it.

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  5. philip tilley

    I think it’s ”Rock Hard”, why as it got to have a driver’s door, it does not need one, bring back the ’70’s.

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