In the initial debut of the original Ford Bronco RTR earlier this year in Moab, company founder Vaughn Gittin Jr. previously highlighted the design and protection package, showcasing the bulk of the upgrades coming to the Bronco platform from his company, RTR Vehicles. Those RTR specific Ford Bronco accessories included a lot of what’s in the video below, but there are a few omissions. The neon accents and topographical map of Johnson Valley didn’t seem to make the final cut. But if you look closely in the video below, you’ll be able to spot the Blizzard Box, which was in the original version.
Ford Bronco RTR Upgrades
The main upgrades coming to the finalized Ford Bronco RTR included an updated front grille with RTR Vehicles signature lighting and a removable cross bar, a metal bumper, a Ford Performance sound bar mounted to the crossbeam behind the second row of seats, metal rocker panel steps, a tubular rear bumpers, a custom rear tire carrier, along with a modular accessory mounting system. That system is suitable for attaching gear like a high lift jack or a jerry can for those longer trips into the wilderness. Vaughn Gittin Jr. highlights the jerry can attachment in a video by opening it, showcasing its jaw-like open/close action. Which is, frankly, pretty cool.
There is also an RTR lighting bar that provides the ability to mount lights to the side or top of it. In this case, FF-7 lighting from the team at Project X, like the original. The tires remain 35-inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires as before, as well. But these upgrades have not gone live on the website yet, and pricing is still unknown.
As of right now, on the RTR website, the only Ford Bronco accessories you can purchase are the Tech-6 wheels, a one-inch lift kit, and interior floor mats.