DV8 Offroad Ford Bronco Aftermarket Bumpers, Parts & Accessories
The 2021 Ford Bronco might be the most anticipated vehicle release that’s happened in our lifetime. The delay made the wait even harder and hopefully the arrival will be even sweeter.
From the specs, we can tell this is going to be a capable platform that should have no problem competing with other vehicles in its class. The initial unveiling had a very positive response from the community – we were definitely impressed! To make it even better, we have already started planning DV8 Offroad products for the Bronco.
What type of aftermarket parts for the 2021 Ford Bronco can you expect from DV8 Offroad? Right now you can expect bumpers designed with off-road capabilities in mind.
As we get closer to the official Bronco release, we will share more news and updates for future products, so be sure to check out our 2021 Ford Bronco parts.
2021 Ford Bronco Features
The Bronco comes in seven different trim options. The base price starts at $28,500 for a base model and jumps all the way up to $57,410 for the first edition. While the base model may not have all the bells and whistles, Ford has made the “Sasquatch Package” available on every model, which means you can order a base model with 35” mud terrain tires on a beadlock capable wheel. Along with the wheels and tires comes Bilstein shocks, sway bar disconnects, and electronically locking axles.
The drive train is on par with what Ford offers in most of their vehicles these days. The two engine options are both turbocharged – one 4-cylinder and one V6. The V6 options is a twin turbocharged 2.7 liter with 310hp and 400lb-ft of torque. The 4-cylinder option is a single turbocharged 2.3 liter with 270hp and 310lb-ft of torque. Those are some impressive numbers for a 4 cylinder. The drivetrain options are not done yet. Ford is introducing a 7-speed manual transmission (six speed with an extra crawler gear) as well as their 10-speed automatic transmission.
The interior is packed with just as many features as the exterior. A 12” center stack touchscreen becomes the main point of focus, but that gets paired with a premium sound system available with up to 10 speakers. Both doors and the top are removable for an open-air experience that lets you enjoy the creature comforts and the outdoors at the same time. The dash gives the user various controls, such as G.O.A.T. modes, which is what Ford is calling the terrain management system found in the Bronco. The available G.O.A.T. modes vary by model with up to seven of them being available at once.
Overall, this is an extremely well designed vehicle that we can’t wait to get our hands on!