Personalization – Bronco Riptide Project Vehicle Shown

 Ken Zino of Auto on Ford Bronco Riptide Project The new Bronco Riptide project vehicle revealed today is designed for outdoor adventures. With the roof off, doors removed and replaced with tubular doors, and surfboard rack and boards above, there is open air for the fun and sun to shine in. It is part of Ford’s newly launched outdoor brand “Built Wild with only-4×4 vehicles. Marketing Babble Alert> The 2021 Bronco Riptide custom build is designed with “West Coast fun and factory-backed accessory personalization in mind.” (See on Ford Bronco Sequel Appears with First-Ever Four-Door; Ford Bronco Production Underway at Michigan Assembly Plant)

Based on the 2021 Bronco four-door with Sasquatch Package for even more Built Wild capability, the Bronco Riptide vehicle has 35-inch mud-terrain tires mounted to 17-inch factory wheels with optional Ford Performance beadlock rings, Dana Advantek  electronic-locking front and rear axles, a high-clearance suspension system with Bilstein position-sensitive long-travel shock absorbers, plus the Bronco Terrain Management System with seven G.O.A.T. Modes designed to help ensure Bronco goes over any type of terrain.

It is powered by a 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine with 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission with Trail Control, Trail One-Pedal Drive* and Trail Turn Assist. The vehicle has Ford accessories available to retail customers at their dealer at time of purchase. Bronco customers can add the cost of factory- and dealer-installed accessories to their financing and roll it into their monthly payment. Accessories used on Bronco Riptide include a Bestop mesh Bimini top, a Yakima bike rack with Santa Cruz mountain bikes, and a RIGID LED lightbar and mirror-mounted off-road lights. In addition, a unique prototype front steel bumper gives the Bronco Riptide project vehicle added Built Wild durability and capability.

The 2021 Bronco two- and four-door models are being delivered to order-holders now. Learn more about Bronco two- and four-door and Bronco Sport here

*Trail One-Pedal Drive is an extra driving aid. It does not replace the driver’s attention and judgment, or the need to apply the brakes. See owner’s manual for details and limitations.

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