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Ford Bronco Roadster Renderings Make Case For Street Variant

Though it’s only in its third model year after being reborn in 2021 for a sixth generation, the Ford Bronco has been available in a variety of variants over that time span, including the Everglades, Raptor, and Heritage Edition, to name just a few. As Ford Authority recently reported, that lineup will continue to grow with the addition of Work, Premium, and Heritage + variants in the near future, but that hasn’t stopped a number of artists from dreaming up everything from a possible Bronco van to a new Baja-inspired version of the legendary SUV. Now, another artist – Oscar Vargas – has taken his turn at dreaming up something unique – a Ford Bronco roadster.

Ford Bronco Roadster Renderings - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

As some may remember, legendary automotive designer and customizer Chip Foose drew up his own idea of a Ford Bronco roadster a couple of years ago, which was also based on the newer sixth-gen model. On the surface, it seems a bit odd to want to take away the Bronco’s inherent off-roading capability in the name of style, though given how many people tend to shy away from unpaved surfaces these days, it isn’t totally without warrant.

Ford Bronco Roadster Renderings - Exterior 003 - Rear

That’s precisely the case with these renderings, which depict a Ford Bronco roadster that’s focused solely on driving across smooth pavement – not climbing rocks or navigating muddy ruts. The two-door model sits quite close to the ground with massive wheels and tires, which are covered up with large fender flares and a two-tone gray/silver paint job. There’s also a “5.0” badge on the fender, hinting at possible V8 power underhood.


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Instead of the standard removable top, this Bronco wears more of a conventional, fold-back fabric top, as well as a roll bar to protect its occupants. Along with a massive front air opening, there are quad exhaust tips out back to round out the sporty package, which actually looks pretty decent, in our humble opinion. Of course, Ford is highly unlikely to ever build such a thing, but we can always appreciate someone’s creative take on what could be.

We’ll have more on the Bronco 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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  1. Martin

    That would be amazing and very attractive for certain buyers.

  2. James

    NO ….. JUST NO

    1. Johnny u

      Why? Looks cool

    2. Johnny u

      4 Wheel Dr vans ( van life ) is the rage

  3. Dan Dasson

    Uh! No. Stop this. Please, just build Broncos to fill orders.

  4. Null98115

    Hey Ford, how about prioritizing a PHEV hybrid?

  5. Gary . Virginia.

    Looks like something Ford would never build.

  6. LennR

    Looks like a Thunderbird on steroids.


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