The new Ford Bronco was never just going to be an off-road ready SUV with retro looks and cool new tech. It will be so, so much more. For one thing, the new Bronco is a blank canvas, a starting point for owners to make their (already very cool) SUVs into one-of-a-kind creations thanks to an endless catalogue of aftermarket accessories.
Now, thanks to enthusiast forum Bronco6G, we now have our first good look at said catalogue. Hundreds of accessories from more than a dozen different manufacturers (both third-party and official Ford Performance parts) spilled onto the internet, and almost all of them have been priced. It looks like the forum got their hands on information that was destined for dealers and very generously put it up for everyone to pore over. There are more than 200 accessories to pick from, and some of them even have imagery attached.
According to the images, there are at least four different styles of wheel-arch extensions (some steel, some polycarbonate) so buyers can fit even chunkier, more off-road ready tires to their Broncos without excessive poke. Much like the Bronco’s sworn enemy, the Jeep Wrangler, Ford will also offer a retractable soft top roof for either the entire car or just the front row. There are also details on some aftermarket exhaust systems, and we finally know exactly what the Bronco’s tube doors will look like.
There’s also the option for a table that pops out of the Bronco’s swing gate, different wheels and wheel locks, splash guards, and trail armor to protect the car’s bodywork and paint. Other cool add ons include dozens of different graphics. There is retro pinstriping, new hood graphics, new rocker panel details to pick from, and a number of different spare tire cover options.
Inside, prospective buyers can look into accessories like a soundbar by JBL, new seat covers, different headliners to reduce noise, vibration, and harshness, and new door sill plates. The list goes on and on. Essentially, there is no limit to just how unique you can make the new Ford Bronco, so why would you ever stick with the base car?
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