2021 Ford Bronco interior spied in clearest photos yet
Ford is getting a bit more casual with the camo as the Bronco's unveiling approaches
Jul 7th 2020
The 2021 Ford Bronco's primetime debut is just a week away, and as we approach the day of reckoning, Ford's development engineers appear to be getting a bit more casual with the camouflage adorning their prototypes.
As a result, spies were able to capture these shots of the new 4x4's interior as it was being unloaded on public roads. This isn't the first look we've gotten at the new Bronco's cabin, but it's quite certainly the best, revealing virtually the entire dashboard and center stack, the wheel, and almost all of the center console.
Ford appears to have consolidated most of the Bronco's off-road controls into two distinct spaces. The first is the rotary dial on the center console on which we can see markers for all four primary drive modes: 2H (two-wheel drive high), 4H (four-wheel drive high), 4L (four-wheel drive low) and 4A, which appears to be a full-time, automatic four-wheel-drive mode, similar to that being offered on some Wrangler variants (Jeep calls it Selec-trac or Rock Trac, depending on the model).
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