The 2021 Ford Bronco was created around easy customization based on the specifications you want. Ford has published a Bronco Equipment Install Guide to modifying the rugged off-road SUV. It contains a wealth of information for those who develop aftermarket parts for vehicles and those who want to install them. The guide includes gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), maximum payload, and curb weight for each trim level and configuration. There are also measurements and tons of other data that will be of value to Bronco owners.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Installation Guide contains information about safety sensors and cameras, including axle ratios, accessory points, and cooling. Color-coded graphics show the possibility of airflow being blocked at specific parts of the front-end. When adding aftermarket parts to the Bronco, owners need to consider sensor locations to avoid negatively affecting the operation of Ford’s Co-Pilot360 technology, such as Advanced Emergency Braking (AEB). Visit your local Ford dealer near you to test drive available Bronco Inventory or custom order the new 2022 Bronco.