At last year's virtual launch of the Ford Bronco, one of the things we learned was that Ford would initially offer some 200 accessories. We now know that the count will be around 300, and the first images of some of them have surfaced.
The images were shared by the Bronco6G online forum devoted to the sixth-generation model that isset to debut imminently. They show some of the parts that buyers will be able to add to their Bronco purchase, including several mudguards of different sizes matchable to the different sizes of wheels that can be grafted to the model.
Retractable hoods are available for the two- and four-door variants. It’s interesting to note that some of them are electrically operated and offer an inclined bezel instead of a vertical one. Protective plates, as well as various storage solutions for the cargo compartment, are some of the other showcased elements.
Buyers wanting to personalize their Bronco will be able to choose from several decals as well. One adds stickers showing a map on the hood and bottom of the doors, while another adds black, dark grey and light grey stripes accented with the vehicle's name.
Once you've customized the front and sides, you can move to the rear and choose one of the many spare tire covers on offer. Dealers can also order a cover with their name and logo on it.
If you want to dine in your Bronco, there’s a swing gate that attaches to the tailgate. If you want to dance, there’s a JLB sound bar (not amplified) for that. For a quieter experience, there's a set of headliners that will reduce the decibel level in the cabin. Ford has made sure there’s something for almost everyone in the catalog…
Official details on the Bronco's available accessories will appear closer to the start of actual production. And rest assured that if you don't find what you want in the official offering, aftermarket companies will be happy to provide them to you.