The new Ford Bronco is one of the most desired off-road vehicles in decades. Now you could win a Bronco Wildtrak, complete with the Sasquatch package. One lucky entrant will win this fully-loaded Cyber Orange Bronco while supporting the Museum of Boulder with their donation. Awesomer readers get 25% bonus entries.
Awesome Ford Bronco
To honor first responders who have relied on Broncos for decades, Ford and Filson created a special Bronco Badlands SUV. It’s painted in U.S. Forest Service colors, and packs a rescue skid, fire hose, water tank, and pump. Its seats are made from Filson jacket leather, while its top and cargo divider are made of fireproof ripstop nylon.
Walton Goggins stars in this mockumentary about a legendary pitchman who helped put the Ford Bronco on the map. Among it’s “facts” are how Ford named the Bronco after the man, who became so popular that he had his own breakfast cereal, action figure, and cologne. The 40-minute film premieres on Hulu on 10.15.2020.
The Bronco Overland Concept is a tricked out 4-door Badlands Edition, equipped with a 7-speed manual, 17″ Fifteen52 wheels, 35″ BFGoodrich KM3 mud-terrain tires, a WARN winch, a factory roof rack, a Yakima 2-person tent, and lots of extra RIGID LED lights. In back it packs a fridge, cooking kit, stove, and a cargo management system.
Given the brand partnership between Ford and LEGO, there’s a good chance we’ll see an official LEGO version of the new 2021 Ford Bronco at some point, but for now, let’s appreciate these fan-made designs by Ford engineer and brick builder Peter Blackert, who made models of both the 2-door and 4-door versions of the SUV.
The new Bronco is here, and it’s ready to tear up the trails. It comes in both 2-door and 4-door models, with a 2.3L turbo-4 @270hp or a 2.7L turbo-6 @310hp. 4WD and a 2-speed transfer case are standard, and the SUV has removable doors, roof sections, and body panels. Reservations start 7.13.20 at 8pm EDT on Ford.com.
We might have to wait until Spring 2020 to see the new Ford Bronco, but the Bronco R is a hell of a tease. This awesome looking 4×4 from Ford Performance will compete in the Baja 1000 to celebrate Rod Hall and Larry Minor’s legendary 1969 win. It has 14″ of wheel travel in front, 18″ in rear, and is powered by a twin-turbo EcoBoost engine.