The all-new Bronco squarely targets the Jeep Wrangler, revitalizing a rivalry from the 1960s.
The boxy Bronco comes in two and four-door configurations, with a soft top and an available removable hardtop.
The seven trim levels span from a bare-bones base model to a well-equipped, upscale off-roader.
All versions have 4WD and removable doors, and are offered with a choice of two turbocharged engines (a 2.3-liter four-cylinder and a 2.7-liter V6) and two transmissions (a seven-speed manual and a 10-speed automatic).
The interior features a variety of off-road-specific features, such as floor drains, water-resistant controls, a 360-degree camera, and navigation with trail maps powered by Ford's new Sync 4 infotainment system.
Standard safety equipment includes FCW and AEB with pedestrian detection.