2021 Ford® Bronco Sport SUV | Exterior Features

2021 Bronco Sport

EXTERIOR

Built for the Outdoors

Like any breathtaking view, a picture just doesn’t do it justice. You have to experience it for yourself. Bronco Sport wasn’t built for the camera roll, it was built for action. And with standard 4x4 throughout, that goes for the whole lineup. There are no loose ends or weak links, every model, every feature and every detail of this master-crafted SUV was built with a specific purpose in mind — to maximize your ability in the outdoors.
U.S. Preproduction Computer-Generated Image Shown with Aftermarket Accessories.
A 2021 Ford Bronco Sport being driven off road through the woods

Pure. Simple. Iconic.

There’s nothing quite like a Bronco Sport. Its silhouette is engineered with iconic architectural elements of a Bronco, uniquely tuned to fit the needs of a new wave of adventurer. The fundamental design is complete with Peaked Front Fenders, a Flat Bodyside, Contrast-Colour Roof (only on Outer Banks and Badlands models) , One-Piece Grille and Two Round Headlamps, bisected with perfect geometry by a Bar, proudly displaying the Bronco name.
U.S. Model Shown with Aftermarket Accessories.
Close up of the front of a 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

The Ultimate Backpack

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A woman using the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport rear flood lights to unpack in the middle of the night

Approach and Departure Angles

The higher you go, the better the view. The Bronco Sport Badlands model can transition from flat ground to steep inclines and vice versa while comfortably manoeuvring on a 30.4 degrees approach angle and 33.1 degrees departure angle, when equipped with available 29" All-Terrain Tires.
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A 2021 Ford Bronco Sport with a white background and approach breakover and departure angles shown

Off-Road Exterior

After hours of driving from city streets, you reach an unpaved road surrounded by 30-foot trees as far as your eye can see. A fork in the road presents two routes — one is smooth with a solid spot to set up camp. The other: gnarled, dark and murky, but offering infinite possibilities. Then you remember you’re in a Bronco Sport.
A 2021 Ford Bronco Sport being driven off road in the desert
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