Leaked! 2021 Ford Bronco's Paint Colors Reportedly Spilled on Forum
It looks like the new Bronco will be available in one of 10 hues.
OK, here's the CliffsNotes version of what we know so far about Ford's all-new Bronco SUV: The 2021 Ford Bronco will break cover sometime in March, followed sometime later by the Bronco Sport compact SUV in April. The body-on-frame four-wheel-drive SUV shares its underpinnings with the Ranger mid-size pickup, and it will be offered in two- and four-door body styles with all manner of removable doors and roofs. A Bronco hybrid and likely pickup also are in the works. Now, thanks to appropriately overeager fans on the forum FullsizeBronco.com, we now know the new off-roader will likely be available in 10 paint colors. How? Because a touch-up paint provider, AutomotiveTouchUp.com, lists the available 2021 Ford Bronco paint colors on its site.
Look, these sorts of tangential leaks happen all the time. FullsizeBronco.com and other sites are, for example, also speculating that it's possible the Bronco will get a new seven-speed manual transmission with an ultra-low crawler gear built in because, well, supplier Getrag posted information about just such a transmission on its website. It seems logical that there aren't many large vehicles in need of a new stick-shift transmission coming up on the horizon besides the new Bronco. In the meantime, back to those paint codes! Below are, apparently, your factory paint choices for the new Bronco: Absolute Black, Antimatter Blue Metallic, Area 51, Carbonized Gray Metallic, Cyber Orange Pearl, Fighter Jet Gray, Iconic Silver Metallic, Lucid Red Pearl, Oxford White, and Race Red.
Wait, what, no Root Beer Brown? To that end, we wish the Ford's color palette were brighter than many new cars' and included more bright or retro pastel options. Oh well, they're certainly mean-lookin'. FullsizeBronco.com has rendered the new Bronco in each of the aforementioned paint colors to give you an idea of how they'll look on the real deal. The renderings show four-door variants of the 4x4 with a two-tone scheme, capped by white roofs.They look pretty good to us, but keep in mind: The official images should drop any day now, so you'll be able to see the real thing—and its real paint colors, released officially—very soon.