After many months of anticipation, both the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor and 2022 Ford Bronco Everglades were recently revealed. Now, both special edition models have been added to the official Ford Bronco build and price site, giving shoppers and dreamers the chance to spec out their own personal idea of the ultimate version of each.
Both the 2022 Ford Bronco Everglades and Raptor are four-door only models with starting prices of $53,000 and $68,500 (minus destination and delivery), respectively. The Everglades is offered in five color choices – Desert Sand, Area 51, Cactus Gray, Eruption Green, and Shadow Black, and comes equipped with unique 17-inch Carbonized Gray-painted wheels wrapped with 35-inch mud-terrain tires. A Black Onyx marine-grade vinyl is the only interior option, as is Ford’s 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 and the Mid Package.
Meanwhile, the high-performance 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor is available in 10 exterior colors – Area 51, Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, Velocity Blue, Iconic Silver, Cactus Gray, Cyber Orange, Code Orange, Eruption Green, Oxford White, and Shadow Black, with three different wheel options and 37-inch tires. Black Onyx and Blue with Black Onyx interior options are available, in marine-grade vinyl and leather, respectively, as are the High or Lux Packages. Power comes exclusively from Ford’s 3.0L EcoBoost V6. Graphics delete is available as a no-cost option, while an upgraded Raptor graphic costs $1,075.
Finding a deal on the Bronco Raptor, Everglades, or any 2022 model won’t be terribly easy, as the Raptor has been excluded from the automaker’s price protection plan for carryover reservation/order holders, while all 2022 Broncos are exempt from a pre-order discount incentive.
Order banks for the 2022 Bronco Everglades and Raptor open up in March, while customer deliveries will begin this summer. 2022 Everglades models are exclusively available to unscheduled order holders, and Ford will not be building any dealer stock for the 2022 model year. The majority of 2022 Bronco Raptor stock will go to leftover unscheduled order holders as well, and Ford has already sent out emails gauging customer interest in that model.