Ford made it clear that the Bronco's main rival is the Jeep Wrangler. With its potent EcoBoost powertrains, 4WD technologies, and plenty of accessory options to choose from, the reborn Bronco is ready to take on the great outdoors and please off-roaders.
But for some, a 4x4 vehicle must not only be capable of going anywhere, but it also has to be comfortable and capable of providing temporary shelter while on the go. Enter the Ford Bronco OG Concept, a one-of-a-kind four-door Bronco that comes with almost every conceivable option available.
Now while it may look like just another dressed-up 4x4 machine, this particular Bronco has dedicated food storage and eating area on the rear cargo area. It has a water tank, an ARB refrigerator, as well as a cooking kit and stove. The tailgate even comes with a built-in table and chairs that will serve as the vehicle’s dining area.
As for the rest of the vehicle, the Bronco OG Concept gets steel bumpers on the front and rear, a factory roof rack with roof rails and an LED lightbar, and mounting points for putting up a tent. Since this is based off the Badlands model with the Sasquatch package, the OG Concept is equipped with 35-inch BF Goodrich 315/70/R17 mud-terrain tires, a high-performance off-road suspension, and 17-inch black alloy wheels.
Under the hood, the Bronco OG Concept is powered by a 2.7-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 that makes 310 PS and 542 Nm of torque. Power is then sent to a ten-speed automatic transmission with selectable 4WD.
With the OG concept showing the number of available options for the Bronco, Ford wants to prove that not only is the all-new Bronco a quick and capable 4x4, but it is also a recreational vehicle where drivers can relax and enjoy quality glamping.