New 2021 Outer Banks Ford Bronco is Unveiled

Ford Bronco Outer Banks 20201

Ford just gave everyone who frequents the barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina a compelling reason to trade in their vehicle.

With the new 2021 model, Ford will offer seven different trim levels with some names that are synonymous with offroad outdoor enthusiasts. Here is the list of names from Ford: Base, Big Bend, Wildtrak, Badlands, First Edition, Black Diamond and, our favorite of them all, Outer Banks.

The Outer Banks trim has different styling that includes body-colored door handles, mirrors, and fender flares as well as black-painted 18-inch aluminum wheels shod in 32-inch all-terrain tires, “Signature” LED headlights and taillights, powder-coated tube steps and cloth front seats (heated).

Since it’s slanted more toward style, the Outer Banks trim scales things back to just six of the Go Over Any Terrain or "GOAT" modes.

The two-door Outer Banks Ford Bronco costs $40,450 base and the four-door is said to run you $42,945.

Will the 2021 Bronco tear up the beaches of the OBX? Well of course! This vehicle was built to drive offroad and no doubt would be a good choice to go searching for Corolla wild horses or for fishing at The Point on Cape Hatteras National Seashore. 

First introduced in 1965, the model line of SUVs was manufactured and marketed by Ford up until 1996. Why did they come back into production? Ford must have identified a niche in the car market and decided it was time to bring this legendary vehicle back to life.

Below is the video that Ford released to premier the new 2021 Bronco to the general public. Chills!


Considering trading in your old ride for this new 2021 Ford Bronco once it is made available? Let us know in the comments section below!

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