Made of FRP, this feature is offered as a bundle and will set you back a cool $3,080 for abroad markets. You should not be afraid of doing manual labor if you plan on ordering it. You'll also need a steady hand, some tools, and probably a paint finish, too, in order for the bolt-on fender flares to make their way to your new-gen Bronco, and for the rest of the features found on the pictured copy, you'll have to turn to a different company.
What are those features, you ask? Well, the new front bumper, for one, which was made of steel and incorporates a bulbar-like piece. It has integrated parking sensors and room for a winch behind the license plate, and it's joined by a new rear bumper and fresh side steps that were also made of steel by the looks of it. The beadlock wheels are another novelty, and in this case, they were shod in ultra-fat mud-terrain tires to aid traction once the surface becomes slippery and/or sticky. To fit under those fat fender flares, the entire body was lifted significantly higher compared to stock, allowing the truck to drive over some bigger obstacles.
We think this particular Ford Bronco would have been even more interesting with additional upgrades emphasizing its off-road-ready nature. A snorkel would have been a welcomed addition, alongside trail lights and a few other things. That shiny black paint finish will get all scratched up in no time during a quick drive through the woods, so there's another idea if you plan on driving your Blue Oval-made SUV on arduous tracks. As a final touch, Liberty Walk gave the off-roader some decals, which were applied to the windscreen and the rear quarter panels so that you do not forget where those fat fender attachments came from.
Will they launch additional upgrades for the Ford Bronco in the future? Maybe, maybe not, as they haven't mentioned it at the time of writing. However, our money would be on the maybe part, though we wouldn't look forward to anything major, as the tuner is only known for its cosmetic work.