On the fifth of February, three Broncos set out from Hammertown in Johnson Valley, California. In the lead, a ‘91 XLT carrying me and two other Bronco Nation members wound through the crazy King of the Hammers traffic to get out of the valley and onto Old Woman Springs Road. We had to keep our speed around 45-50 mph since the ’72 Bronco following us was a bit unstable at higher speeds. We had done our preliminary checks on the vehicles prior to rolling out, but I was still nervous about the ’72 making it to our final destination, a hilltop about 10 miles from Hammertown, as the drone flies. Our route would be closer to 30 miles since we had to avoid the race loop for King of the Hammers.
It’s happening Bronco fans…Bronco orders are actually happening! For those of you who’ve been lucky enough to get that order in and have started the countdown until you receive your Bronco key fob, congrats. It’s great to see all the confirmation email images you’ve been sharing. If you haven’t ordered yet and still have some decisions to make regarding your vehicle, we want to help.
Today, Ford Performance revealed the all-new Bronco 4600 race trucks that will run in ULTRA4 stock class at the annual epic off-road event, King of Hammers, in Johnson Valley, California. For years, Johnson valley as served as an engineering development playground for the Ford Raptor and more recently the Ford Bronco. The all-new Bronco 4600 race truck, instantly recognizable as a production Bronco, is designed to inspire upcoming two-door and four-door customers looking to prep vehicle for off-road racing in the ULTRA4 series.
So, after months (years!) of waiting, anticipation and staring at the forums — you finally turned in the order for your Bronco. No question, this has been one crazy emotional rollercoaster. You were there for the launch, nearly cried when you heard the term Sasquatch Package for the first time, and witnessed Build and Price being announced, delayed, and finally released…to less than universal acclaim. Then, of course, came the production delay email. Suddenly, it seemed like your Bronco day would never come. Especially since that’s what nay-sayers on other Bronco forums kept saying. And sadly, you maybe started to believe them.
Built to conquer boulder fields and dry lakes, Bronco® – the outdoor brand of Built Wild™ 4x4 SUVs from Ford – expands its off-road presence by debuting three custom-built Bronco ULTRA4 4400 unlimited class race trucks that will compete in this year’s grueling King of the Hammers off-road racing event, which runs Feb. 2-6 in Johnson Valley, Calif.
Welcome to Bronco Nation’s guide to the 2021 Ford Bronco. Below you’ll find information for each trim along with photos of every Bronco configuration that we’ve been able to capture. You’ll also find our notes on each trim’s highlight features and the order guide for that trim with PDF link.
Bronco ordering has opened but we’ve heard some more questions that need to be answered. We’ve talked with Tim Son Hing from the Bronco Marketing Team and here are some answers straight from the source. If you have any other questions about Bronco ordering and delivery, let us know here.
Today Ford Motor Company released the residual values for the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco. This move allows reservation holders and shoppers the ability to compare pricing and determine lease payments. To access this feature, you need to go to shop.ford.com, click on 2021 Bronco, and build your vehicle of choice.