The 2023 Ford Bronco will be available in 11 colors to choose from. The Heritage Edition is added.
The revived Ford Bronco returned as a 2021 model, the 2022 Bronco is already sold out, and now the 2023 model, which is the second year of the current generation, is on the way. Some reports say orders for it should open next month. A new color palette has become known, it includes eleven color options.
In the case of the Bronco, demand exceeds supply, and it’s clear why. The SUV is great: it offers muscular performance, potent turbocharged engines albeit with poor fuel economy, composed on-road handling, terrific off-road ability, and intuitive tech features. Nevertheless, the cabin build quality is dubious, the interior is noisy.
We don’t know yet how dynamically deliveries of vehicles for the next model year (2023) will be carried out, and how quickly customers will receive their beloved Broncos. Supply issues continue haunting the Blue Oval, but fortunately, begin coming to an end.
The Automotive Touchup website has disclosed information about colors Ford offers for the 2023 Bronco, as reported by Carbuzz.
They are Fighter Jet Gray, Robin’s Egg Blue inspired by Wind Blue on the Broncos from the 1972-75s, Yellowstone, Peak Blue Metallic, Eruption Green Metallic, Race Red, Code Orange, Velocity Blue Metallic, Lead Foot Gray, Iconic Silver Metallic, and Terrain.
Perhaps, classic colors such as Shadow Black and Oxford White will remain, although they are not on the list.
The Bronco Everglades (pictured) slotted between the Wildtrak and the Raptor versions will be in the 2023 Bronco lineup. Ford added this worthy modification to the 2022 Bronco range and will continue offering it.
The Bronco Heritage Edition should finally join. It features Wimbledon White paint of the original 1966 Bronco, Rapid Red stripes, silver accents, and old-school four-slot wheels.