2021 Ford Bronco RTR Build Walk-Around
April 05, 2021
By @Laura #1976
Vaughn Gittin Jr. gives Bronco Nation an overview of the RTR Vehicles’ Bronco in Moab, starting with the design and protection package with optional swing-out tire carrier that fits up to 40s. The package components, created for Ford and heavy on development, will be available right around the time of the Bronco’s release.
The 4-door Badlands features RTR Tech 6 wheels and 35” Nitto Ridge Grappler 17×9 tires. While this Badlands uses the Sasquatch suspension, Vaughn mentions their own products are in the works. Original Johnson Valley topography graphics –– coming in different colorways –– grace the rear quarter panels, A-pillars, hood, and roof line. Moving up to RTR’s light bar: The bar was created to mount to the top or the front for a lower profile. Project X’s Series One FF.70s were used on the bar, wired to the factory auxillary switches.
Vaughn shows off the prototyped RTR grille. A removeable center bar will be offered. Integrate lights or a high-flow option. The rock sliders are also getting a few tweaks still, but the finished product will protect your Bronco’s sides as well as provide kickout. A tubular bumper with the optioned synchronized tire carrier covers the rear.
RTR chose to keep their modifications to the exterior, but they did add in a Blizzard Box fridge/freezer by Type S.
For more information on this build, check out our article and another video by Vaughn on his channel. And if you’re interested in getting any (or all) of these RTR offerings, Vaughn advises you head over to RTR Vehicles to get on the notification list for pricing and availability now. Parts will be selling out!