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This Is The Ford Bronco Overland Concept

It's a four-door Badlands model with an abundance of off-roading features - and a fridge.

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Key Points:

1. Ford has unveiled the Ford Bronco Overland concept, which is based off the four-door Badlands model.

2. Some features include a 7-speed manual transmission, 17-inch Fifteen52 wheels with 35-inch mud-terrain tires, a Yakima rooftop tent, and even a stove.

3. It's painted in an Area 51 color scheme.

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Details

Ford has revealed the Ford Bronco Overland concept, which is based off the four-door Badlands model. The Bronco Overland, similar to the Lexus I wrote about yesterday, can pretty much take you anywhere. This new Bronco concept has an ARB fridge in the back for goodness sake!

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Performance

The Overland concept is powered by a 270 horsepower 2.3 L EcoBoost engine that is hooked up to a 7-speed manual transmission. The suspension has also been tinkered with, and has High-Performance Off-road Stability Suspension and Bilstein position-sensitive dampers. It's also equipped with 17-inch Fifteen52 wheels and 35-inch BFGoodrich mud-terrain tires.

The Ford Performance division has also taken a wack at the Overland concept with a modular steel bumper that carries a WARN winch for sticky situations. Up top is a a heavy-duty Yakima two-person tent, a factory roof rack, and RIGID lights. Getting hungry? No problem, the Bronco Overland concept has an ARB fridge, cooking kit and stove mounted to a cargo management system located at the rear. This fridge has a slide-out tray, and a table and chairs are also equipped.

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Conclusion

This new Bronco Concept is a beast of a vehicle. It's set up to defeat any trail and is livable as well. With its roof-mounted tent, lights, fridge, and stove, the Bronco Overland is extremely versatile.

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Comments (1)

  • What’s with everybody suddenly putting a tent on the roof of their car? It’s a terrible idea! It would be much more comfortable to get a roof box for the luggage and sleep in the rear of the car, or just on the ground in a decent sized tent.

      4 months ago
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