The 2022 Ford Bronco is expected to debut a handful of new variants that will appeal to both collectors and enthusiasts alike. On one end you have the hotly anticipated Bronco Raptor, as well as the overland-ready Bronco Everglades. But for those looking for a special appearance package, there’s going to be the 2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition. And we’ve got more details to share.
UPDATE: our latest intel points to the Bronco Heritage Edition debuting for the 2023 model year, leaving more breathing room for Raptor and Everglades in 2022. This story has been updated to reflect.
2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition: The Details
The new Bronco Heritage Edition is expected to be under order codes E5G for the two-door and E5H for the four-door, but that much is expected. However, new details suggest that the 2023 Bronco Heritage Edition would feature four-slot wheels (not pictured) that are a modernized take of what the original 1966 model feature. The wheels may even be painted white, which would be unique to the entire automotive landscape, at least from a factory product.
The 2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition is also expected to feature a white grille, as teased by a special throwback Bronco concept from the all-new SUV’s debut during summer 2020. The 2023 Bronco Heritage Edition is also expected to be offered with the Sasquatch Package, which rides on 35-inch 315/70R17 Goodyear Wrangler tires. A 2022 Bronco Heritage Limited is expected to top the range.
Considering the Ford Bronco First Edition was one-and-done for the SUV’s inaugural model year, the Bronco Heritage Edition could take its place as the range-topping trim level that slots above the Bronco Wildtrak, but perhaps below the mighty Bronco Raptor, and very cool Bronco Everglades. The latter of which will come with a snorkel and a Warn winch.
Will the 2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition debut at the 2021 SEMA Show? That much isn’t clear, but considering how many vehicles Ford is already bringing to the show floor, we’re not sure if there’d be room.