One great moment for Ford in recent years is the return of the Ford Bronco. Redesigned and updated for today’s driver, the 2021 Ford Bronco highly anticipated return is a hit. Ford included a number of trims, packages, and options to allow for a more personalized ride. The new legend retained the Bronco’s unique quality. But the 2021 Ford Bronco felt new, powerful, and was an exceptional all-terrain badass, and stone-cold fox.
It was pretty much perfect. But Roush Performance always aims a little higher. To that end they started working in a R Series kit in a box. Roush made certain that the kit worked with every trim level for the 2021 Ford Bronco, including both two-door and four-door models.
Roush just made their Bronco R Series Kit available to order now. Orders can be made online at ROUSH Performance website as well as authorized Roush dealers. Offering the kit-in-a-box is new for the tuner.
Each Bronco kit costs $6,750. It ships directly to either the dealership or drivers doing the install, and includes a serialized, limited-edition crate. The 2021 Bronco R Series kit includes engine performance components, wheels, aesthetic upgrades.
Wanting to increase both on- and off-road ride quality; the kit includes Performance Air Induction and Axle-Back Exhaust Systems. Now, the intake delivers a 30% improvement in airflow versus the factory system. Not only is the Bronco breathing better, it has major kicks with Roush 17×8.5 wheels included.
A performance exhaust system adds more menace to the Ford Bronco–and adds a memorable potent soundtrack. Plus, the exhaust is easy to install and enhances the 2.3L and 2.7L engine responsiveness.
The stainless steel muffler and a removable black-coated tip add a tasteful but tough look.
Another bonus in the kit are options for badging and graphics. Front fender badges include a sharp “R” trailer hitch cover and a Roush license plate frame. Roush also adds their own Floor Protection Kit, Off-Road Recovery Kit, Console Vault, and two custom key fobs.
This is a Ford that makes going off the road so fun. It’s expanded performance is highlighted in the video below.
2021 is a much different world than 1966, when the first-generation Bronco made its debut. But it remains a beloved nameplate for the same reasons. It embodies freedom, escape, and the temptation of adventure.
Looks are modern, but the classic DNA is there, and it is aggressive. Roush’s 2021 Ford Bronco R Series is the right modification. It is brawnier with a more tuned performance, but still faithful to the Bronco legacy.
Source: Ford Truck Enthusiast
Photos: Roush Performance