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2025 Ford Bronco Sport Will Get Large Infotainment Screen: Pictures

Last December, Ford Authority spotted the revamped interior of the forthcoming, refreshed 2025 Ford Bronco Sport for the first time, revealing a much larger infotainment screen than the one present in the current model. However, the screen in that particular prototype was still partially covered in camo, concealing at least a portion of it. Now, Ford Authority has gotten an even better look at the new, larger infotainment screen in the 2025 Ford Bronco Sport.

Currently, the Ford Bronco Sport exclusively utilizes an eight-inch center touchscreen running SYNC 3, but that won’t be the case much longer. As we can see here, this 2025 Ford Bronco Sport prototype is equipped with the larger 13.2-inch unit that’s available in several other Blue Oval models, including higher trims of the Ford Escape, as well as the 2024 Ford Mustang. This particular screen is also destined for the Bronco Sport’s platform-mate, the Ford Maverick, which is also getting a refresh for the 2025 model year.

Along with the addition of this larger screen, we can also see that the Bronco Sport’s HVAC vents have been moved from the sides of the screen down below it to free up some space, while a row of capacitive buttons are also located along the bottom of the new screen. Physical controls are still present near the bottom of the center stack, however. For now, it’s unclear if all 2025 Ford Bronco Sport trims will get this larger screen or if a smaller unit will stick around for lower trims.

In addition to this big update, the 2025 Ford Bronco Sport is set to undergo a few additional changes for its mid-cycle refresh. Those include the addition of a front brush bar, a load-bearing attachment point in the front fender, and rear tow hooks. The 2025 Bronco Sport also features slightly revised headlight and front bumper designs, plus Goodyear tires rather than the 235/65R17 Falken Wildpeak all-terrain rubber present on the current Badlands model, along with a 360-degree camera system.

We’ll have more on the 2025 Ford Bronco Sport soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco Sport news and continuous 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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Comments

  1. Mike

    I will miss the little cubby that was eliminated for the new vent position.

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  2. David in Seattle

    Maybe it’s because I’m a Boomer, but I hate the move away from knobs.

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    1. Brad Barefoot

      Agreed … because the 2% from California want this “no-knobs” feature that think the rest of us do as well.

      Reply
  3. Rob

    How are you supposed to read this with all the ads coming up
    I give up this is the worst site ever.
    Sucks

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    1. Toomanyads

      Agreed, it’s really frustrating visiting this site on mobile. Like half a dozen ads pop up

      Reply
  4. John

    I like my 8 inch screen; it’s perfectly useable, and overall dash looks better to my eye

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  5. Champ

    I traded in a 2024 Escape Hybrid due to this set up. The lack of knobs and buttons creates dangerous situations when driving. Not only is there an over reliance on the screens, there is also a delay in both the screen populating what you need but also switching between functions. And you need to focus on the screen to figure out what you want selected. To me it’s annoying, dysfunctional, and dangerous. I went with a vehicle that has a screen but also knobs/buttons. Much more comfortable and less dangerous IMHO.

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  6. Gerry

    Knobs and Buttons superior ergonomic design. I’m a Maverick owner and the display is fine, it’s the quality of the speakers that needs to be upgraded.

    Reply

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