Broncos of all ages are converging in Townsend, Tennessee this weekend. By all estimates it will be the largest Bronco gathering of all time. That’s why owners and aftermarket outfitters we be together to enjoy their favorite 4WD. Earlier this week, a social media post mentioned that dealers would not be charging installation fees for upgrades, and that is why the Ford Bronco Overland concept is loaded with accessories.
Your local Ford dealer already has a nice offering of upgrades that can be installed before or after you take delivery. Because Dearborn has the ability to purchase the parts cheaper than anyone else, they are passing the savings along to the customer. Based on the 4-door Badlands Edition, the color scheme is “Area 51”. It rides on 35″ BFGoodrich Mud Terrains with 17″ wheels bolted to their High Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (H.O.S.S.). The 7-speed manual is a six-speed with a Granny-low crawling gear for attacking tough terrain.
Other goodies include tubular bumpers, a Warn winch, and Rigid Pod lights. Inside you are treated to an ARB refrigerator, cooking kit, and stove that stores neatly away. Yakima supplied the 2-person tent that bolts to the factory roof rail crossovers. What you see here will soon be offered at your dealer, so tell us your ideal spec in the comments below. Thanks to Bronco6G for the unveiling and stay with us for all your Bronco news.
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