Now, the 2024 Ford Bronco is already entering its third model year, and the changes include a traditional MSRP hike across the range, the disappearance of the Base trim level, the added touches on specific grades, plus the addition of the new 12-inch infotainment system as standard equipment across the series. As such, the range now starts with the 2-Door and 4-Door Big Bend at $39,130 and $39,870, respectively.
If you're into additional adventures or feeling retro, you could snatch the Black Diamon, Outer Banks, Badlands, Everglades, Wildtrak, or the Heritage and Heritage Limited editions. Pricing is certainly keeping up with the upward trends, and you could splurge up to $71,105 without even adding any options. However, if you really want to stand out – both for positive (high-performance dune bashing and rock crawling) and negative reasons (those fat fenders can never be unseen), then you can't miss the beat when choosing the flagship Range Raptor from $89,835.
Ford calls it their most capable Bronco, and no one really doubts that with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo good for 418 hp and those fantastic 4x4 capabilities designed to put to shame the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon any day and night. But what if people want the Bronco Raptor to stand out in any crowd, not just on the Rubicon Trail? Well, a lady broker from South Florida is showing everyone the Bronco Raptor could easily double, not just as the coolest thing on a mountain trail but also in the ritzy mall's parking lot.
With help from Exotic Solutions, a local South Florida automotive customization shop, she devised a custom camouflage wrap that can only be described as a pumpkin-spiced latte. We don't know too many details about the build, though, other than it rides like a charm on Vossen's HF6-5 Ultra Deep 22s and also that it manages to make us forget about the hideous OEM fender flares!
However, we can easily imagine this 418-hp Ford Bronco Raptor will feel right at home both in the woods or on mountain tops, as well as at home, driving the owner to the nearest commercial center. Too bad we don't get to see if they did something to the interior – a matching camouflage pattern on the upholstery would definitely be the ultimate flex.