To offer Bronco owners expanded customized options, Ford is adding a new Code Orange package to the flagship 2024 Bronco Raptor, just in time for Bronco’s 58th birthday. The upgrade applies the Raptor family’s distinctive color across the cockpit and exterior of the Bronco Raptor. The body wears Code Orange-themed graphics on the rear fenders, while the tow hooks and beadlock rings on the 17″ Dark Carbonized Gray wheels feature Code Orange as well. In the cabin, customers can pair Code Orange seatbelts with either a Black Onyx or Blue with Black Onyx upholstery.
“Bronco Raptor customers want to stand out with off-road performance and looks matching that capability,” said Bronco Brand Manager Matt Winter. “This new Code Orange appearance package does just that.”
Painted Fenders, New Colors, Method Wheels
Bronco Raptor owners can order their vehicle with body-painted fenders, fulfilling consumer demand for a more customizable exterior. Joining the Code Orange package are two new colors. Shelter Green recalls Ford’s history building off-road vehicles for the U.S. Army during World War II. Velocity Blue, previously offered on the Bronco and Bronco Sport, comes to the Raptor line for the first time.
Ford Performance and Method Race Wheels are introducing four new 17″ rim options to celebrate the Bronco’s 58th birthday. Available in Oxford White, Matte Titanium Gray, Method Bronze, or Matte Black, the wheels are 8.5″ wide and were co-developed and approved for the Ford Performance Parts Catalog. They’re available for order now on the Ford Accessories website.
2024 Bronco Order Banks Open August 16
Customer ordering for the 2024 Bronco and Bronco Raptor opens on August 16. Interested customers can contact their local dealer or go to Ford.com for additional pricing and availability information starting on August 16. As part of order banks opening for the 2024 Bronco, Ford is making numerous content changes to better align with customer demands, reduce overall complexity, and shorten manufacturing time. The Everglades trim will return, the 12″ touchscreen and Sync 4 system will be standard on all 2024 Bronco and Bronco Raptors, and the Badlands trim will add the Heavy Duty Modular Front Bumper as standard.
For complete details, consumers are encouraged to contact their dealer.