Both the Bronco and Bronco Sport can now be ordered with a retro-themed appearance package, called the Heritage. Ford intends to produce just 1,966 examples of each model. That number commemorates the year the original Bronco was launched. The full-size Bronco Heritage comes with a two-tone paint scheme with signature Oxford White accents.

The Bronco Heritage is available in five paint colors. Standard equipment includes a powder-coated steel bumper with built in recovery points and fog lamps. The regular Heritage is powered by Ford’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost four popper that can be mated to a 7-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic.

The Sport Heritage will be based off the Big Bend trim level. It’s going to be powered by standard engines that come in the Bronco Sport. If you want the 2.7-liter V6, you’ll have to step up to the Heritage Limited.

Bronco Sport models will get larger 29-inch all-terrain tires and leather-trimmed seats with white door inserts. Full-size Broncos will go on sale later this year. Ford says that in 2023, orders will open to all customers, regardless of reservation status.
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