2021 Ford Bronco First Unit Sold For ₹7.8 Cr.

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The first unit of Ford Bronco is sold for USD 1,075,000 which is approximately Rs 7.8 crores.

The price gained at auction will be donated for social causes. The first unit of the new Ford Bronco VIN001 was auctioned in Arizona at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction.

The Bronco first edition was announced in July 2020. Ford motors got quick bookings in few hours, for the reason company increased allotment to 7000 form 3500 units. The increased booking also got an overwhelming response but the company without increasing volume announced the launch in winter 2021.

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Ford bronco first edition is priced at $59,305 while the top variant goes up to $63,500.

The Bronco will be offered in blue color and interior features to be black. 2021 Bronco First Edition is found in a striking shade of Lightning Blue. The Lightning Blue outside shading joins four others accessible on the First Edition that includes Area 51, Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, Cactus Gray, and Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat which are likewise accessible on the rest of the Bronco runs.

Ford Bronco First Edition Engine

Two turbocharged engines are offered in the new bronco. 2.3 liter Eco Boost 4 cylinder and 2.7 liters Eco Boost 6 cylinder V6. Which can draw 310 horsepower and 542 Nm torque. Engines are available with 7 and 10-speed automatic transmission option which works as 4×4. The unit which was auctioned VIN001 is a 2.7-liter Eco-boost engine variation.

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“We helped raise millions of dollars through the sale of nine charity vehicles, which included a record number of VIN 001 and first production models ever offered at auction. 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition. We’re grateful to our partners at Cadillac, Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, and GMC chose to leverage the Barrett-Jackson. And give curators the opportunity to own a piece of antiquity and also benefit critical organizations. I continue to be inspired by their commitment to supporting those who need our help the most.”

Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson,

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