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2023 Ford Bronco Adds New Azure Gray Metallic Color

The 2023 Ford Bronco gains one new color in its lineup, called Azure Gray Metallic Tri-Coat. Here is a first look at the off-road SUV’s new color.

Azure Gray Metallic is tagged with paint code G4. It is an extra-cost option that adds $995 to the overall cost of the Bronco, and is available across all trim levels, excluding Heritage and Heritage Limited. It is also available in conjunction with all interior colorways on the 2023 Ford Bronco. As a reminder, the colors available for the 2023 Bronco are as follows:

  • Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
  • Velocity Blue Metallic
  • Eruption Green Metallic
  • Shadow Black
  • Azure Gray Metallic Tri-Coat
  • Iconic Silver Metallic
  • Area 51
  • Carbonized Gray Metallic
  • Cactus Gray
  • Race Red
  • Oxford White

The following are all available 2023 Ford Bronco trim levels:

  • Base
  • Big Bend
  • Black Diamond
  • Outer Banks
  • Badlands
  • Wildtrak
  • Everglades
  • Raptor
  • Heritage
  • Heritage Limited

Finally, all available interior colorways are as follows:

  • Dark Space Gray/Black Onyx
  • Medium Sandstone/Black Onyx
  • Roast/Black Onyx
  • Black Onyx
  • Blue/Black Onyx

In the wake of ongoing global supplier issues, the 2023 Ford Bronco has been subject to many optional feature deletions in order to expedite the assembly and delivery process for interested customers. Buyers can opt to remove features such as speakers and subwoofers (which is now mandatory), deleting heated mirrors and navigation functions. However, digital temperature displays are now included in the SUV’s HVAC knobs, a feature that was previously unavailable.

All-new for the 2023 model year is the Bronco Heritage, which feature two-tone retro styling that harkens back to the SUV’s 1966 model year. This lineup includes the exclusive Bronco Heritage Limited Edition, but this model is limited to dealer stock only and not available for retail orders.

We’ll have more on the 2023 Bronco soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. PatsFan1408

    This article is about 3 months overdue. It’s all old news now.

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  2. Larry

    What the HELL, what happen to the days you could get any color in the Ford Line-up at no extra cost. Everything is about making more money and getting less and poor quality.
    FORD use to be “QUALITY IS JOB ONE”, that went away and the WOKE has stepped in.

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  3. Chris

    Yes Larry you are right. Ford is probably working on a plastic frame in the near future. Might as well everything else is plastic. Theres a new saying out there let’s hope it’s true. GO WOKE GO BROKE!

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  4. Bob

    A thousand dollars for just another added regular color. What’s next; salesperson to buyer, “Oh, you wanted it painted?”
    What nickel and dime crap.
    BUT, don’t get knocked over by the fools who will be rushing to line up for the next new thing.

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  5. BDMull

    Larry and Chris, this WOKE thing sounds insidious and dangerous. What is it exactly?

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    1. Junius

      It’s the latest buzzword the right wing media are using to program the minds of those who can’t think for themselves. You will see it used over the next few months to generate artificial “outrage” on just about every current topic.

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      1. GaryB

        this is the best explanation i have ever seen for it. Nailed it. People used to describe something “bad” like, “thats dogsh#t” or “that looks like sh^t”. Now the tinfoil hat community calls everything they dont like “WOKE”. Gotta make sure to use all caps (all caps is how they identify/pronoun themselves)

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  6. Southern62

    Oh yay, they take bright vibrant colors and add another blue grey. Area 51 anyone? Maybe we need more shades of black and white too.

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  7. John

    How about adding quality as an option. Maybe Consumer Reports wouldn’t of dropped the Bronco if that was an option.

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  8. William

    How’s this new news or first look off the Ford configurator?

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  9. Anonymous

    TEN trim levels. Variety is always a good thing, but TEN?

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  10. Frustrated

    How about just trying to fulfill the original reservation orders that are out there still waiting for their vehicles 😳. We have been waiting for 2and a half years now. And the dealer ship says they get very little feedback from Ford.

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