Hidden Features Make the 2021 Ford Bronco Even Better
One of the most highly anticipated retro revivals in the automotive market has been the Ford Bronco. Taking an iconic off-road king and bringing it back as a modern but still capable SUV has left many fans eagerly awaiting the opportunity to purchase one. Upon its release, we discovered that the Bronco is as affordable as we could have hoped for, but we’ve also discovered some hidden features that are brag-worthy.
The 2021 Ford Bronco
The 2021 Ford Bronco is a modern update to a true American classic. An aggressive front end and floating roof make the off-road-ready SUV a true competitor on the market, without ditching all of the iconic styling cues that the original Bronco had, like the flat front end and square body lines. Inside and out, the SUV’s revival hasn’t left us feeling disappointed, and the more you get into it, the more lovable it becomes.
The Bronco headlights
There is no mistaking the headlights of the Ford Bronco for anything else. While it seems simple enough, it is a gentle nod to the original styling choices of the car’s classic original. Sitting down in the driver’s seat, you might notice that this cue is taken again in the design of the bezel surrounding the push-button ignition start, which also resembles the shape of the headlight. With a car designed to be a modern version of a well-loved retro vehicle, these small touches make it all the more special.
According to HotCars, there are several ways that Ford allows owners to take their vehicle apart intentionally. We’ve seen this option for other off-road oriented vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler, with the removable top and doors, but you might not have been expecting that from the Ford Bronco. In fact, along with the doors and supposedly the roof, there are several components of the car that can be removed, which are indicated by aluminum Torx bolts.
Of course, there are still more hidden features that you kind find around the 2021 Ford Bronco, but part of the fun is discovering them along the way. While you could probably look most of them up, these small touches are enjoyable to discover on your own and give owners just a few more reasons to love their Bronco.