The is becoming a swamp buggy.
has confirmed the introduction of a Bronco Everglades model that will be released next summer.
Full details on the new trim level haven’t been revealed, but it will be equipped with a snorkel-style air intake and winch in case you get stuck in the muck.
The was engineered to pass crash tests with a winch installed and after-sale accessory versions are already available, but the Everglades will be the first that comes with one from the factory.
Cowl-mounted snorkel air intakes are a popular customization for off-road vehicles that help provide clean air to the engine in both wet and dusty environments.
Pricing for the Everglades will be announced closer to when it goes on sale, but it’s not the only significant update for 2022.
Ford has also opened the order books for stick-shift Bronco’s with the extreme off-road package, which includes a 35-inch tires, a lifted suspension and locking front and rear axles, due to popular demand. For 2021, the package was only offered in combination with the 10-speed automatic.
That brings the starting price of a Sasquatch equipped Bronco down to $38,180.