The first real-world images of the Bronco's interior have been shared.
The Ford Bronco is one of the most highly anticipated cars of the last few years. If you've ordered one, you're likely very excited about its arrival, despite delays pushing it back. We've been getting little snippets of the off-roader's features, including its doors and digital display, but we haven't seen any "real-life" images of the interior up close - only professionally edited press photos from Ford itself. Fortunately, a Bronco forum user recently had the opportunity to get up close and personal with the base Bronco, and now we can see just how good (or bad) the quality of the cabin is.
The base four-door model you see in these photos is fitted with the available Sasquatch package. This will probably be a very popular spec since it's both affordable and scores you extra options for greater off-road ability. As you can see, there is quite a lot of cheap plastic in this cabin, but the two-tone mix of gray and black looks attractively homely. The steering wheel is one part that looks particularly bland though, and there is an awful lot of hard plastic on the center console and the lower sections of the dash, but it still looks attractive. By contrast, check out the Outer Banks model's interior below.
The interior finish of this one is called Roast cloth, which is a stylish mix of gray and tan that looks both utilitarian and snazzy at the same time. This model's dash also features more faux aluminum accents, and we can see blue contrast stitching on the seats too. However, you will have to pay extra if you like this interior finish. Roast is only offered on the Outer Banks model, which retails for $41,450. If the color scheme doesn't bother you too much, sticking with the base model will save you some cash thanks to a starting price (without the Sasquatch package) of $34,795.