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After 24 years, Ford relaunched the 2021 Bronco in a splashy reveal streamed Monday evening on ABC, ESPN and National Geographic, each short film showcasing a different member of the family: the Bronco 2-door, Bronco 4-door and Bronco Sport. The Bronco 2021 — Ford's flagship series of 4x4 vehicles — is a brand that leans heavily on nostalgia, customization, functional design and technology such as the automaker's next-generation infotainment system and a digital trail mapping feature that lets owners plan, record and share their experiences via an app. This is not the 1966 Ford Bronco, the first year that the rugged two-door off-roader came to market to compete with the Jeep CJ-5.
Ford has resurrected the Bronco name, and packed its new 4x4 family with technology including Sync 4 and 36-degree cameras that bring an off-road spotter view inside your SUV.