When the Ford Bronco Raptor debuted for the 2022 model year, it did so with plenty of unique features that make it a bit more special than regular variants, including its bespoke suspension, a more aggressive exterior appearance, 37-inch tires, and the twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 EcoBoost engine, to name just a few. However, the Ford Bronco Raptor also debuted The Blue Oval’s 12-inch digital instrument cluster as well, one that’s present in other vehicles in the automaker’s lineup, albeit with its own unique features and graphics. Now, those that own other Ford Bronco models can get the same digital cluster in their SUVs, courtesy of Panda Motorworks.
This new Ford Bronco digital cluster kit is precisely the same one present in the Bronco Raptor, which means that it’s a genuine OEM Ford part, making it a true plug-and-play installation in any 2021 and up model. The cluster fits perfectly in the Bronco’s dash and is pre-programmed, and it also comes with the correct bezel for a factory look. It is worth noting that the cluster is Bronco Raptor specific, however, which means that it features the same graphics and animations as that unit, which may be unappealing to some and enticing to others.
That means the cluster shows all six GOAT modes present in the Bronco Raptor – Normal, Sport, Slippery, Off-Road, Baja, and Rock Crawl – even if one’s Bronco doesn’t have those modes enabled – though they won’t engage if they’re selected in that case. It is worth noting that Panda Motorworks also sells software that will enable GOAT modes that weren’t included from the factory, however. Since Eco and Mud/Ruts modes aren’t included in the Bronco Raptor, they can be accessed via Normal Mode.
This new Ford Bronco digital instrument cluster is available to order now with a lead time of around two weeks, at a price of $2,335.50. Those that want to get a bit of a discount off that price can also return their stock cluster and receive a $250 refund, too.