Normally we would say that a special paint and trim package isn’t a big deal.
…But slap a white grille and some retro-style wheels on a new Ford Bronco and we suddenly get all weak in the knees.
Released to honor the O.G. 1966 Bronco, Ford’s just revealed a series of Heritage Edition and Heritage Limited Edition models across its entire Bronco lineup—including the two-door, four-door, and Bronco Sport.
While we alluded to the wheels and grille already, you’ll also notice that these Heritage Editions are wearing an oh-so-cool white hardtop in another throwback nod.
You can get your Bronco Heritage Edition in a nifty retro paint palette too, including colors like Robin’s Egg Blue, Race Red, and Yellowstone Metallic.
And for some serious icing on the cake, these Heritage Editions wear classic Bronco logos, graphics, and trim.
Now, let’s talk about those wheels.
The Bronco Heritage Edition gets 17 inch aluminum wheels designed to mimic the original steelies and they’re painted in a classic Oxford White. Heritage Limited Editions get gloss black wheels with a painted white lip.
The retro party carries on inside, where the Heritage Edition Broncos enjoy plaid seats inspired by 1966, along with a special white-trimmed instrument panel.
Heritage Editions come with the 2.3L EcoBoost mated to either a 10-speed automatic or (GASP!) seven-speed manual. They also get the Sasquatch package which includes a special off-road tuned suspension, electronic lockers front and rear, and 35s.
The Heritage Limited Edition Broncos step that up to Ford’s 2.7L EcoBoost V6 and the Badlands equipment.
So far we’ve mainly been talking about the full size Bronco, but the Bronco Sport gets some Heritage Edition love too. It mirrors the special paint and embellishments of its stablemates, including some tasty spoked wheels covered in Oxford White.
Ford says Bronco Sport Heritage and Heritage Limited Edition models are ready to order now, with the Heritage and Heritage Limited Edition Broncos going on sale later this year.