It also looks great with two doors.
After much anticipation, the Ford Bronco has finally been revealed. Sitting below the full-size model, the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport will offer a lighter entry point into the Bronco family for buyers who don't plan to do any serious off-roading. The Bronco Sport is a more conventional crossover than the big Bronco, as evidenced by its lack of removable body panels, manual transmission, massive tires, or two-door body style.
Much like the Jeep Wrangler, Ford already predicts that the vast majority of Bronco buyers will opt for the four-door. A two-door version of the Bronco Sport would likely make no financial sense for Ford, but that hasn't stopped rendering artist Kleber Silva from managing what such a model could look like.
Pictured above, the two-door Bronco Sport is giving us serious deja vu of the long-forgotten Explorer Sport from the early 2000s with the small rear window and forward-angled glass. The Bronco Sport's tough styling almost looks like it was penned from the get-go to be a two-door. Some cars can look awkward when losing rear doors, but the Bronco Sport emerges gracefully from the transformation.
Alternatively, Silva has also imagined what the two-door Bronco Sport would look like with a hardcore Raptor variant. We think Ford would be silly not to offer a Bronco Raptor, though a Bronco Sport Raptor should be well out of the question.
It may only be a dream creation, but we think the Bronco Sport Raptor looks pretty great with shrunken down wheels from the F-150 Raptor. In a dream scenario, Ford could replace the Bronco Sport's larger 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder producing 245 horsepower and 275 lb-ft with the 2.3-liter engine found in the European Focus ST, where it produces 276 hp and 309 lb-ft of torque. This would likely put the Bronco Sport too close on power to the regular Bronco though, which slims its chances of ever happening.