A Ford NHTSA* filing reconfirms the 2021 Bronco Sport engines and trims.
The new small crossover comes with turbocharged engines, either a 3-cylinder 1.5-liter or a 4-cylinder 2.0-liter one. Outputs are still to be determined.
As the Bronco Sport rides on the architecture of the new Ford Escape, expect around 134 kW / 180 hp (mechanical horsepower), 177 lb-ft (240 Nm) and 186 kW (250 hp), 275 lb-ft (373 Nm) of torque, respectively. All-wheel drive is standard.
Instead of conventional Ford’s trims, the baby Bronco receives the Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition grades named after U.S. national parks.
The exterior will offer the whole color spectrum. There are ten color choices: Alto Blue Metallic, Area 51, Cactus Gray, Carbonized Gray, Cyber Orange Metallic, Iconic Silver, Kodiak Brown, Oxford White, Rapid Red Metallic, Shadow Black.
Contrasting gray or black roofs also available. 17-inch wheels offer two different designs. The interior options include Active Orange and Area 51 cloth or Ebony leather.
Well, the closer to the debut, the less mysterious the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is. We’ve seen its spy shots, we know what it hides under the hood. Can the model surprise us with something when arrives?
* National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2
Source: Bronco Sport Forum