The revived Ford Bronco already in the factory version is an outstanding SUV by modern standards, but for those who do not have enough of these opportunities, the company has developed the APG Ford Bronco ProRunner. The new name hides a car that, according to its creators, is able to conquer any off-road, and then comfortably and safely deliver the driver and passengers home on asphalt due to improved behavior on rough terrain and untouched characteristics on public roads.
The car received a modified suspension with new levers, King Race Series Coilovers with long-stroke shock absorbers, as well as an upgraded steering rack, and Ultimate Dana axles. As a result, the ground clearance increased and the suspension moves increased.
Visually, the APG Ford Bronco Pro Runner is distinguished by carbon fiber pads on the wheel arches that expand the body, a carbon insert on the hood, and a new carbon fiber roof.
Other improvements are also available, which can be ordered for the car. Acceptance of orders for a package of improvements in the Automotive Performance Group will open in August, and the delivery of parts to customers will begin in the fall. The cost of turning Ford Bronco into APG Ford Bronco ProRunner is not named.