What is the Bronco?
You know the Bronco. It's one of Ford's most iconic off-roaders, and it was reimagined for the 2021 model year after a 25-year hiatus. It's currently offered in two body styles (either two doors or four), with a number of options for engines, roofs and interior choices. The addition of a swamp-centric Everglades model and a hardcore off-road-ready Raptor variant for the 2022 model year rounded out the Bronco lineup nicely, and it is now fully poised to take on anything its archnemesis, the Jeep Wrangler, can throw at it
As a result of all the changes for 2022, we don't expect much to change for the 2024 Ford Bronco. Ford might bring out a special edition, change up the paint choices, and move some optional equipment around. By and large, though, we very much expect the Bronco to be the same as it ever was. That's no bad thing, and while the Bronco isn't perfect, it's both impressive and charming in the ways you'd expect of a modern interpretation of a classic rough-and-tumble off-roader.