Unlike today, in the 1960s, The most popular and requested colors in car paint were pastel, Only those who have become prestigious.
In view of the great demand that for these colors, especially in Bronco which debuted in 1966, It is that Ford makes a special edition of the Bronco Sport that is characterized by blue bodywork.
Called the Ford Bronco Sport Heritage, this version stands out for the Legend Blue color of the body combined with the white color of the grille, roof and side graphics.
Furthermore, each unit that makes up this special edition The Heritage features unique details like the word BRONCO in red lettering on the grille, 17-inch “dog dish”-style aluminum wheels and vintage-graphic side stripes.
This retro styling of the Ford Bronco Sport heritage is also present in the interior, most notably in the cloth-trimmed seats with a Scottish tartan pattern (similar to those found in the 1980s Bronco) and Red stitching on center console and armrest.
Which engine does it use?
This vintage-look version of the Bronco Sport is powered by a 1.5-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine (181 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque), managed by a selector of five drive modes: General, Environmental, Sports, Rain/Slippery and Sand.
In addition, it includes an 8-inch touch screen Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless charger for cell phones, pre-collision assist With automatic emergency brake (with pedestrian detection), hill start assist and cruise control.
How much is it worth?
Like all Ford Bronco Sport, the Bronco Sport Heritage is made in Mexico, and is available from $845,800.