Meet The World's First Bagged Ford Bronco

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Is it ruined or improved?

The Ford Bronco simply cannot stop stealing headlines, and that applies especially to this year's SEMA show, where hundreds of these new off-road machines were displayed in various states of tune. We got to see some highly-modified versions and even got to drool over the Bronco DR, Ford's race-ready version packing over 400 horsepower. What most of these Broncos have in common is their focus on off-road ability and macho looks, but Vossen Wheels and AccuAir had other plans. This special Bronco has been fitted with a serious air suspension system that allows it to do the low low, and high high without breaking a sweat, and we think it's pretty neat.

Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir

If you're even slightly into cars, you will have heard about the stance scene. These are guys and girls who like to ruin their cars by slamming them as low to the ground as possible. Some do it by physically cutting the springs on their cars, while others invest some money into an air suspension system that allows for multiple ride heights at the press of a button. This Bronco's air suspension system is unique due to the fact that it still works with the car's factory Bilstein shocks and the G.O.A.T. (Go Over Any Terrain) off-road driving modes. At its lowest setting, this Bronco rides mere inches above the ground and offers little to no wheel gap. Vossen supplied a set of magnificent 20-inch multi-spoke Hybrid Forged HF6-3 wheels with an Anthracite finish for this build, and they look stunning.

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Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir

This Bronco is still more than capable of going off-road - simply flip the switch the other way, and the air-suspension kit acts as a lift kit, giving this Bronco an additional three inches of ground clearance over stock. Add to that the optional 35-inch off-road tires and you have yourself an overlanding beast of a car. There's no word on interior modifications, and we're assuming that the engine is stock too. We appreciate this hybrid conversion, but if we had a say, no Ford Bronco would ever be dropped below its standard ride height. Upward is the only option.

Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir
Vossen Wheels/AccuAir

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