In the middle of last year, Ford’s European branch announced that it would also bring the Bronco to our part of the world. The Ford Bronco, which cannot be towed in the United States, managed to get confirmation from the Dutch importer that the Bronco will also come to the Netherlands. In the United States, the Bronco is available as a three- and five-door. The shorter three-door passes the nose of the Dutch consumer, but the five-door overloaded with retro design – which, like its shorter boroertje, also has a removable hardtop and removable doors – is coming our way. Fun fact: According to Ford, removing the doors only takes eight minutes. In the United States, the Ford Bronco is available with a 2.3-liter Ecoboost four-cylinder that delivers 304 hp, but there are also two V6s on the delivery list. The first is a 335 hp 2.7 Ecoboost V6, the second a 3.0 V6 that delivers over 400 hp and is in the Bronco Raptor. The four-cylinder will not come to the Netherlands and the 3.0 V6 will also not be available in the Netherlands – until Ford decides to bring the Bronco Raptor to our country as well. This means that the Ford Bronco in the Netherlands will always have a 335 hp and 563 Nm strong 2.7 V6 with two turbos that is linked to a ten-speed automatic transmission. Definitely not nauseous. Ford Bronco The Ford Bronco is only available in a handful of European countries and is also sold in a limited edition. The Ford Bronco comes in two flavors: Outer Banks and Badlands. The latter version is the version dressed up for rougher off-road work. For example, the Outer Banks has an electronically operated transfer box with two gears and the Badlands has a limited-slip differential and even the anti-roll bars at the front can be electronically disconnected for maximum wheel angle. Ford Bronco Incidentally, not only the doors and the hardtop are relatively easy to remove. The grille and bumper can also be exchanged for other copies. The wheel arch edges can also be easily removed. Handy for when you have made a wrong assessment in the field (or just in front of the door) and have incurred damage. The Bronco Badlands also has special Bilstein mufflers. The Broncos are standard on 17-inch wheels surrounded by off-road rubber and can be ordered at an additional cost with protective plates for, among other things, the engine, transmission, transfer box and fuel tank. The all-wheel drive Bronco has seven drive modes depending on trim, including modes specifically tuned for off-road use including Mud/Ruts, Sand and Baja. Prices of the Ford Bronco will follow in the run-up to the Dutch market launch, which will take place in the second quarter. The Bronco will of course not be a price packer. After all, the Outer Banks records a CO2 emission of 319 g/km behind its name and the Badlands even blows 332 grams of CO2 per kilometer into the air. Hello bpm.