Ford unveiled a series of 1960s-inspired SUVs to honor its iconic Bronco, which debuted in 1966.
It'll sell Heritage Edition versions of the new Bronco and its smaller sibling, the Bronco Sport.
The models feature vintage touches like two-tone paint jobs and plaid seats.
Ford unveiled a lineup of special-edition, nostalgia-filled Broncos that honor the original 1966 version of the SUV.
Ford plans to sell Heritage Edition and Heritage Limited Edition versions of the 2023 two-door Bronco SUV, the four-door version, and the Bronco Sport, which is a smaller model.
Bronco Heritage models get a throwback, two-tone paint job.
They have a white roof, grille, and wheels.
Other 1960s touches include script lettering on the front fenders ...
... and red "FORD" lettering up front.
They also get squared-off fenders for a more old-school look.
Heritage Limited Edition models are spruced up with extras like gloss-black wheels.
They also get vintage-looking metal badging ...
... and leather seats.
Regular Heritage models get plaid cloth seats.
Heritage Limited Edition models have a 2.7-liter engine that puts out 330 horsepower.
Regular Heritage models are powered by a 2.3-liter engine with 300 horses.
All Heritage models come in special colors meant to evoke the 1960s.
Ford sold the Bronco SUV from 1966 through 1996, before discontinuing it. It relaunched the rugged, off-road SUV in 2021 alongside a new little sibling, the Bronco Sport.
The new Bronco competes with the Jeep Wrangler and has been a hit for Ford.
The throwback Bronco Sport models also have white roofs ...
... grilles ...
... and wheels.
Like the big Bronco, Bronco Sport models get white striping to complete the midcentury look ...
... and plaid seats.
Heritage Limited Edition models add metal badging ...
... bigger tires ...
... and a more powerful engine.
The Bronco Sport Heritage Edition will start at $34,245, while the Limited version will start at around $10,000 more.
The Bronco Heritage will start at $44,305. The Limited model will run you around $67,000 and up.
Ford plans to sell 1,966 examples of each Limited Edition model to honor the year the Bronco hit the map.
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