The 2023 Ford Bronco generation, inspired by the original 1966 Ford Bronco, is ready for adventure when customers get behind the wheel. Americans have wanted the car since it came back on the market in 2020. Next year, when the 5-door version comes out, it will be Europe's turn to try out the legendary SUV.
Ford's most adventurous and adaptable off-road vehicle is the Ford Bronco. We have created a new off-road icon by merging the car's original DNA with the latest off-road technologies and accessories. Based on its tremendous success in the United States, we are very excited to be able to offer the Bronco to our adventurous customers in Europe.
Thanks to its four-wheel drive, creative technologies, "Trail Control," and up to seven driving modes, the Ford Bronco stays true to the GOAT (Goes Over Any Terrain) terrain system.
The Ford Bronco has been a symbol of freedom and adventure since its introduction in the United States in 1966. After a 25-year absence, the car was reintroduced in North America in 2020 after three generations. The legendary Bronco is now available in limited quantities in select European markets.
As previously stated, the car's new design was inspired by the original, and in the next generation, customers can have the wind in their hair when, as in the "old days," the doors and roof can be easily removed. Customers can completely transform their Bronco in just eight minutes using a single tool—for example, in the summer when the weather permits.
The Ford Bronco has many removable parts that allow customers to make the car fit their needs and improve its performance when driving off-road.
Hidden details all over the car pay homage to the Bronco's heritage and are meant to be discovered when the SUV is used. The Ford Bronco's return needed to be true to the legacy of the original, iconic, and rugged SUV. Every design decision for the Bronco has been based on providing the best possible experience for our customers, maximizing the outdoor adventure, and emphasizing the car's freedom as a brand.
When the Ford Bronco SUV was relaunched a few years ago, Ford introduced the GOAT (Goes Over Any Terrain) terrain system. The system's name hints at the car's off-road capabilities and what the Bronco is capable of.
Intelligent technologies and a "Terrian Management System" make it simple for novice and experienced drivers to select the optimal driving mode for the conditions.
The Ford Bronco can have either a two-speed electronic transmission with on-the-fly shifting or a two-speed electromechanical transmission with an automatic mode that lets the system switch smoothly between two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, depending on the conditions.
A differential-lock on the rear wheels is standard, but customers can opt for the differential lock on all four wheels and an "anti-roll" system, all of which add value for seasoned off-roaders.
The interior of the 2023 Ford Bronco SUV is as rugged as the vehicle's exterior. The first generation of Broncos was an inspiration for the instrument panel, which is shown by the use of natural colors, among other things.
Roof rails and unique holders for the car's roof and tailgate make it easy to carry things like skis, bikes, and roof boxes. Neoprene seat covers to protect the Bronco in rough off-road conditions.
Customers can access Ford's new SYNC4 system via an 8" instrument panel screen and a 12" infotainment screen, which uses Ford Power-Up over-the-air (OTA) software updates.
The 2023 Ford Bronco is designed to allow customers to explore and go on adventures. The new Bronco can be customized for any experience while maintaining comfort, performance, and performance. It is Ford's most remarkable and versatile off-road vehicle, and driving it in Europe will be great fun.
In 2023, the Ford Bronco will be sold in limited numbers in some European markets.