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Here’s The Family Pic Everyone Has Been Waiting For

Photo via The Bronco Nation

While the Ford Bronco won’t quite have the 11 trim levels of its Wrangler competitor, it’s still launching with a strong six model lineup. Seven, if you include the limited run First Edition that will only be available for one year. But we are yet to see those core six trim levels together in one place, until now. The Bronco Nation managed to line up every Bronco trim outside the Michigan Assembly plant for what might be the automotive family pic of the year.

The Base model, which we haven’t seen many photos of, starts on the far right. It’s rocking some fantastic steelies and proves you don’t need to spend huge amounts of money on the upper trim levels to still have a great looking Bronco. Plus, this model makes it easy for owners to fully personalize their model with parts from Ford and the aftermarket.

2021 Ford Bronco 4-Door Badlands Area 51 Overlander Concept Yakima Warn Sasquatch BFG KM3

Next, the Big Bend adds some more premium touches and off-road components. It’s a nice upgrade over the Base model, but still doesn’t jack up the price astronomically. The all-terrain tires are the single biggest upgrade over the Base model’s all season rubber. The Black Diamond, third from the right, follows a similar ethos. It gets even more off-road components such as better tires, underbody protection, and an additional GOAT mode. Black Diamond models also get the neat marine grade vinyl interior. The Bronco Outer Banks is the most premium feeling Bronco in the lineup, here sporting 18 inch diamond cut wheels, and Cyber Orange body colored mirrors and fender flares.

The final two trims are where things start to get serious in the off-road performance department. Second from the left is the Bronco Badlands. This model is set to take on the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with advanced 4×4, upgraded off-road tires and the trick Bilstein position sensitive ESCV dampers as standard. Finally, all the way on the left is the Bronco Wildtrak, the closest thing you’ll be able to get to a Bronco Raptor at launch. It gets the Sasquatch Package as standard, with the 35 inch tires and beadlock capable wheels.

Seeing the whole Ford Bronco family together gets us all the more excited for the SUV to finally returns to production next year. Because these lineup pics are so great, below is another image from the Bronco Nation of every available paint color. Which trim and color would you go for?

Ford Bronco Trim Levels Lineup Family Base Big Bend Outer Banks Wildtrak Sasquatch First Edition Badlands
Photo via The Bronco Nation

Written by Sam Krahn

Sam graduated with a communications Degree from Wayne State University, where he was also a member of the swim team. He's interested to see how new technology will affect the American performance vehicle landscape.

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