The 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition was fully reserved in mere hours after it was announced. All it took was just 3,500 customers to spend a cool $100, and poof. You snooze, you lose. Since then, Ford has increased the production cap of the First Edition Bronco to 7,000 units; double the initial amount. The news is shared with us from the folks over at Bronco6G, where customers began sharing emails of the announcement. The message is pictured below. That said, reservations remain full, even with Ford doubling the initial offer.
The 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition 2-Door carries an MSRP of $59,305 MSRP, while the 4-Door comes in at an even higher $63,500. It’s a formidable combination of Badlands mechanical bits, Outer Banks interior treatments, and the Wildtrak’s slick exterior touches, the Bronco First Edition is packed to the brim with the best content Ford is offering for the 2021 model year. Under the hood is that 2.7L EcoBoost V6 engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission, making 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. That class-leading power is routed to the new advanced 4×4 system with automatic on-demand engagement, and the high-clearance suspension from the Badlands model. That system also features electronically locking differentials front and rear, while a standard front stabilizer bar can disconnect for more articulation on the trails.
The Bronco First Edition is also the only Bronco model that comes as standard with the Lux package. This top-level trim package contains all of the equipment on offer in the lower trimmed Mid and High package equipped cars. This includes features like a 12-inch center touch screen, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, tons of sensors, and even more USB ports.
Bronco production and deliveries are scheduled to begin in spring of 2021.