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18 Easter Eggs on the 2021 Ford Bronco

Car and Driver Logo By Austin Irwin of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 19: We’ve been rightfully complaining for years about vehicle interiors. So much dark, cheap plastic dripped over dark, cheap rubber. So much is bad and boring to the bone. And the inside of a car is important. It’s where we spend the majority of our time. You can’t take that lightly. Ford agrees and has taken advantage of the space in the new Bronco to add design touches that celebrate the old Broncos. There hasn't been a new Bronco since 1996, back when cars and life were arguably much simpler than today, but Ford doesn’t want you to forget about those old trucks. From the bucking bronco logo on the tailgate down to the tie-downs protruding from the fenders, there's a little old truck hiding everywhere on the new Bronco. Just like Jeep putting spiders on its Renegades, and little Willys grilles all over the Wrangler, the Ford Bronco wishes to compete in every way with other off-roaders, even just across the mucky swamp of dark plastics.

We’ve been rightfully complaining for years about vehicle interiors. So much dark, cheap plastic dripped over dark, cheap rubber. So much is bad and boring to the bone. And the inside of a car is important. It’s where we spend the majority of our time. You can’t take that lightly. Ford agrees and has taken advantage of the space in the new Bronco to add design touches that celebrate the old Broncos.

There hasn't been a new Bronco since 1996, back when cars and life were arguably much simpler than today, but Ford doesn’t want you to forget about those old trucks. From the bucking bronco logo on the tailgate down to the tie-downs protruding from the fenders, there's a little old truck hiding everywhere on the new Bronco. Just like Jeep putting spiders on its Renegades, and little Willys grilles all over the Wrangler, the Ford Bronco wishes to compete in every way with other off-roaders, even just across the mucky swamp of dark plastics.

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