The 2021 Ford Bronco was built to be as modular as possible. With a few simple tools, owners can remove, replace, and reset just about every visible part with whatever the aftermarket can come up with. Because everything you see here can be swapped back for the stock part, this 2021 Ford Bronco Sasquatch Badlands 2-Door is bound to give somebody with a leased Bronco some adventurous ideas.
This Bronco concept was built by Specialty Projects, Inc. And while that name may not ring a bell quite like, say, a Ringbrothers or a Roadster Shop, the Michigan-based company has a storied history of building concept cars for automakers dating back to the 1980s. Some of the most iconic examples are the Ford Atlas and Cadillac Sixteen. Perhaps you’ve heard of those.
Under the hood of this 2021 Ford Bronco Sasquatch is a 2.7L EcoBoost V6 mated to a 10-speed transmission, and that’s about the only thing left stock on this build. The chassis is upgraded with a 2-inch 4WP adjustable suspension, 2.5 Forged Performance Series front and rear coilover shocks, and Performance Series upper control arms. The wheels and tires also see an upgrade, with Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires measuring 315/70/17 wrapping themselves around 17×9-inch Fuel Off Road Warp Beadlock wheels.
Below is a complete rundown of the accessories featured on this 2021 Ford Bronco Sasquatch:
- Ford HD Modular front bumper customized for winch application
- Ford custom rear bumper
- Ford custom weekender front and rear fenders
- Ford custom door replacement panel
- Ford modified Badlands grille
- Ford custom trail sights
- Ford rock sliders with custom stirrup
- Ford custom ‘soundwave’ graphics
- WARN Industries Xenon 10S winch
- RIGID lights
- Bestop Trektop soft top roof with sides removed
- GoPro Max
- HiLift jack
- Ford Bronco dune flag mounted on custom bracket
- Soundbar on rear header by Harman
- Off-road assistance kit by DC Safety
- First Aid kit by DC Safety
- Premium organizer kit by DC Safety
- Ford Bronco custom colored bolt heads
- Ford custom 3D printed interior grab handles
- Fire extinguisher
- Ford custom BYOD bar with custom items
- Marmot bags and tent.
The highlight of the build for us isn’t the suspension, or the tires, or the bumper. But the rather innovative looking set of customized doors that taper down towards the front fender for better off-road visibility. Could these be the EZ Air doors a recent trademark filing was eluding to? We’ll have to wait and see.