Bronco, Bronco Sport debut in Heritage & Heritage Limited edition flavors
We have been seeing Heritage trim options on the pre-production shots of the Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport for a while now, and the special edition has now finally made its debut.
Both Heritage and Heritage Limited will be available for the entire new Bronco lineup, including two- and four-door modifications. Only 1966 units will be made, referencing the launch year of the first Bronco off-roader.
The larger Bronco Heritage comes finished in two colors with trademark Oxford White accents on the body, grille and retro-stylized 17-inch wheels. Its flared fenders represent another design nod towards its predecessor. The front bumper is made of stainless steel, boasts a rugged powder coating and has in-built fog lights. In turn, the Heritage Limited spec offers a different set of 17-inch gloss-black wheels.
Powering the Heritage spec is a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, while the Heritage Limited takes advantage of a more powerful 2.7-liter V6. The latter version also has new seat trim and additional badging all around.
Editor Andrew Raspopov