Here's a better look at the 2021 Ford Bronco's digital display.
We've seen plenty of photos of the new 2021 Ford Bronco's rugged exterior, but the interior has only been shown off in simulated CGI photos released by Ford.
However, thanks to new photos shared on Instagram, we now have a better idea of what the Bronco's new digital instrument panel looks like in the flesh months before the SUV enters production next March. Illuminated in blue at night, the digital display features a speedometer dial and fuel gauge on the left, while an engine temperature gauge is positioned at the bottom. A bucking Bronco logo is also featured on the top left-hand corner.
An overhead graphic depicts the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV. Notice the headlights are on in the virtual Bronco, indicating that the headlights are switched on in the real SUV. On the right side, the digital display features a digital speed indicator and warning lights.
In this particular Bronco, the warning lights tell the owner the door is open and the seat belt is not fastened. The airbag, parking brake, and headlight on lights are also illuminated. In another photo, we get a clearer look at the Bronco's infotainment screen with a matching blue display theme.
As standard, the new Bronco is equipped with an eight-inch touchscreen, but this model has the optional larger 12-inch touchscreen with Sync4 capable over over-the-air updates. This can display Ford's advanced off-road navigation system that includes over 1,000 trail maps from NeoTreks' AccuTerra Maps, Trails Offroad trail guides, and FunTreks trail guides.
An optional 360-degree camera can also provide better visibility when navigating through tight spaces or rock crawling. The model shown is based on the top Badlands trim, which is only available with a Black Onyx interior and a choice of two materials: marine grade vinyl or leather-trimmed vinyl. Pricing for the two-door Badlands starts at $42,095, but no pricing information is available for the four-door version yet.