The pros at Galpin Auto Sports have added some unique touches to the 4x4 SUV.
The Ford Bronco momentum just keeps building as each month passes. Looking forward to the 2023 model year, the off-road heritage SUV will be available in new flagship Raptor and Everglades trims. Those looking for more capability in a slightly lower-spec model will soon have access to a Hoss 3.0 package, including a set of Fox internal bypass dampers, in the Wildtrak as well.
Anticipating these new offerings, Ford has already announced that it would be putting an end to orders for 2022 models as of this month. This is despite the fact that there is currently a fleet of unfinished Broncos sitting on a lot in Detroit, awaiting a supply of semiconductor chips needed to operate some of its installed systems.
This shortage in supply hasn't stopped some companies from creating unique examples. The latest tuner to enter the fray is Galpin Auto Sports who had previously put together two trendy but retro renditions of the Land Rover Defender. Continuing this theme is its retro-inspired 2022 Bronco Badlands which has been given some visual and practical revisions.
The Eruption Green metallic paint is contrasted by a custom Ferrari Avorio Beige finish applied to the roof, grille, and rear badging. The front "Bronco" lettering and door handles keep to the theme by using the same metallic green paint. An adventurous look and capability are highlighted by the use of 17-inch polished Pro Comp Series 69 wheels wrapped in 35-inch Goodyear all-terrain tires.
Further exterior off-roading highlights include a Zone Offroad suspension leveling kit that raises the height by three inches and Baja Design A-pillar spotlights. A finishing touch comes in the form of pinstripes applied to the sides with hand-painted Bronco lettering. A Ford logo at the rear has also been pinstriped on.
The special Bronco is currently up for sale by Galpin Ford in North Hills, California. Interested buyers will have to call them to discover the price. Given how unique this model is, it won't come cheap nor will it sit around for long, just like the Air Design USA Bronco that took to the stage at last year's SEMA Show.