That's because my slide was from the Bronco Sport, which will have 2,000 First Edition vehicles produced. Yours is from the Bronco (2 door and 4 door), which will have 3,500 First Edition vehicles produced.Odd because the flyer comparing models says 3,500
Thanks for the clarification!That's because my slide was from the Bronco Sport, which will have 2,000 First Edition vehicles produced. Yours is from the Bronco (2 door and 4 door), which will have 3,500 First Edition vehicles produced.
Either way, my point is that if you are going to have a limited edition it is best to say how many are being produced. We still don't know how many MME First Editions will be produced.
Ford has hit a home run with these two Broncos. Amazing.My Bronco thoughts. 2022 profit sharing checks, Cha-Ching. We’re going to sell a crap ton of these. The combination of high tech and rugged off road capabilities, money!! Options and options. Accessories and even more accessories. Ford needed this vehicle possibly like never before. Just awesome. Can’t wait for the BEV version, that one will be a fantastic torque monster.
I've got to say the video is really well done. Makes you have somewhat of an emotional experience. Same thing with the Detroit Youth Choir on the Mach-E reveal.Ford just showed off the new Bronco.
I was curious to see how tech they went with it being a revival of an old model, after expanding a current family, the mustang.
You must mean the regular Bronco. It let me reserve a sport First Edition this morning. This is one we will test drive before deciding, but I figured for $100 refundable we can decide. The wife liked the sport in that Area 51 blue. And it HAS a trailer hitch!First Edition sold out
My guess is that since Rivian is a Ford partner (and Ford is a Rivian investor) there probably won't be an openly competitive vehicle. OTOH, Ford might well tap Rivian to assist with the engineering if there is ever to be a BEV Bronco.When (if?) they release it as a BEV they'll be well-placed to compete with the R1S.