Ford’s Bronco Overland Concept makes us miss the outdoors

We want the #Broncolife
by Stephen Dobie | Oct 8, 2020
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This, Internet, is a new Ford Bronco. But not just any ol’ Bronco. This is the Overland Concept, and it wants to go hide away and camp off-grid. We don’t blame it.

It’s based on the four-door version of the curiously named Bronco Badlands—one of the most off-road capable new Broncos—and is here painted in a color called ‘Area 51.’ We are fully on board. There’s 360-degree lighting and a CB radio should extraterrestrial visitors creep up on you in the night.

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The Bronco’s smaller 2.3-litre four-cylinder turbo engine sits up front. But this one’s not about pace, it’s about tenacity. So, its heavy-duty Fifteen52 Turbomatic wheels, wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich tires, are of way more importance. As is its reinforced steel bumper.

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On top of all that, you have the roof-mounted two-person tent and rear quarters full of fridges and cooking facilities, with a fold-up table and chairs stuffed into the tailgate.

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The Overland is being displayed at this week’s Bronco Super Celebration East in Tennessee. Like what you see?

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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.

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