When the new Ford Bronco lands this summer, along with it will launch a catalogue of more than 200 parts and accessories. Now the Blue Oval has crashed this week’s Easter Jeep Safari in Moab to announce partnerships with three off-road aftermarket companies, with the aim of creating even more Ford-approved kits for the most adventurous Bronco owners.
Said companies are RTR Vehicles, ARB 4x4 Accessories, and 4 Wheel Parts. Together with Ford, they’ll develop a “wide range of Bronco and Bronco Sport-specific aftermarket components” such as “suspension and lift kits, custom wheels and body components, performance driveline parts, plus an extensive list of camping and off-road accessories such as tents, racks, storage solutions, and lighting.”
Each of the companies has put together a concept to demonstrate the kind of kit on offer. RTR’s is the silver one with the black/green graphics and no roof. It has a custom rear bumper and rock sliders, a 3D-printed grille, spotlights, 35-inch Nitto tires, and a 12-volt fridge/freezer.
The ARB Bronco—guess which one that is—has similar mods. Bumpers, rock sliders, plus a differential cover, jack, compressor, and, yes, another fridge/freezer. The 4 Wheel Parts car (bright red) gets a winch, heavy-duty suspension, a custom roof rack with a roof tent/awning, and 37-inch tires.
The dark red Bronco is Ford’s own. It gets a 40-inch curved lightbar, a full-length retractable soft top, secure stowage, and much besides.
Which one’s your favorite?
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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.