Before the launch of the sixth-generation Ford Bronco for the 2021 model year, The Blue Oval released a handful of concepts sporting potential future accessories for the off-road-ready SUV. One of the more intriguing set of accessories was that of the “donut doors,” which feature a cutout in the middle of the door to allow for extra airflow without the need to remove the door completely. However, the automaker indicated that these unique Bronco doors would not be offered for sale via its accessory catalog. This prompted an aftermarket company, Anderson Composites, to come up with its own version of the doors, and Ford Authority spotted them in person at SEMA 2022.
These Bronco doors, cleverly dubbed “halo doors,” are composed of fiberglass with carbon fiber inserts framing the cutouts. While they do not accommodate OE interior panels, accessories or glass, the halo doors are able to be mounted with the stock hinges and other hardware, although minor adjustments may be necessary. Each door weighs approximately 17.7 pounds as opposed to the stock Bronco doors, which weigh 59 pounds. The doors are available for the front and rear and are offered only in white, but can be painted to match whatever Bronco they’re equipped on.
Aside from the halo doors, this particular two-door Ford Bronco is dressed with a few other unique pieces by Anderson Composites, including the Type-RT carbon fiber hood, fiberglass front fenders, and fiberglass rear quarter panels. It is also kitted out with an ARB differential cover, Zenith bumper, rear bumper and under vehicle skid plates. A Magnaflow exhaust makes this machine sound mean, while its suspension rides on upgraded Fox coilover shocks.
As for the Bronco doors, Anderson Composites offers a pair for $1,699 via its website.