This year has been anything but normal, so just about every major automotive event has been affected in one way or another. The star of the tuning world, Sin City’s SEMA Show, has been knocked off its Las Vegas pedestal, so automakers have resorted to alternative means of presenting their 2020 customization projects.
Before the Blue Oval took the veils off the two- and four-door Bronco, we all knew the Coyote V8 wouldn’t be available as an option. The off-road siblings feature a truck-based ladder frame that will be shared with the next generation of the Ranger, which is why six cylinders and a couple of turbochargers will have to suffice.
Ever since the Blue Oval showcased the reinvented Bronco sub-brand in July, most eyes have been focused on the 2-Door and 4-Door variants. But, given that Bronco Sport first deliveries are fast approaching, it might be a good idea to visit the more compact SUV sibling just to get a taste of its own capabilities.
Maxlider Brothers Customs, specialized in all things Bronco and the Ranger pickup truck, has already suited up to change the all-new Bronco from moderate to wild. The Illinois-based customization shop has reported that $10,000 is the price of the most accessible kit on sale, since unveiling the Midnite Version a few months earlier.