It was only yesterday we brought you the new 2021 Ford Bronco, and as you may have guessed would happen from the sheer popularity of the car, the First Edition model has already sold out. Going to Ford’s site shows that the limited-edition trip that sits at the very top of the range is now unavailable.
The model is accompanied by the message, “Reservations Full”, meaning all 3,500 examples of the car have now been assigned to a name, despite its high price of $59,305, more than $20,000 more than the Sport First Edition that sits at the bottom of the food chain. It’s fairly obvious that this new car has gone down a storm.
It took only four hours for the model to be completely sold out, similarly to the Ford Mustang Mach-E which also didn’t take long to shift units. This special edition boasted a host of options such as a First Edition hood, leather seats, higher suspension, and graphics down the side of the body. The 4×4 system also features automatic engagement so its 35-inch tyres pack as much of a punch as possible.
Under the hood of both the 4 and 2-door variant sits a 2.7-litre twin-turbo V6 that produces 310hp and 400lb-ft of torque. Inside the cabin is scattered with technology such as wireless charging, and a B&O sound system made up of 10 speakers. Up front sits a 12-inch LCD capacitive touch screen.
Well done Ford for producing such a brilliant looking car. We can’t wait to get our hands on one.