Pricing starts at $399,000 for the build.
More power, more ground clearance, more wheels.
Production should begin next year.
Fully customized trucks are not a trend that is about to disappear. Countless upcoming fully electric trucks will surely get monster once-overs the moment owners get their hands on one. In the meantime, a company called Maxlider Brothers Customs will happily take your money and transform your brand new 2021 Ford Bronco into a massive Overlanding six-wheeled Super-Bronco.
The Illinois-based company specializes in customizing modern Ford trucks such as the F-150 and the Ranger however it’s clear that their first love is the Bronco. From restoring to fully building vintage Broncos, Maxlider is ready to modify the all-new hotly anticipated 2021 Ford Bronco.
On top of the numerous packages that are offered for the Bronco, the company will lengthen, stretch, raise, and slap a third axle on your 2021 unit. According to Carscoops, the finished product will set owners back a whopping $399,000. The rendering shows massive BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain tires on bead-lock wheels, beefy bumpers, bush guard, enormous roof rack, roof-mounted floodlights, and what look to be serious brake and suspension upgrades (other than the lift).
The Bronco XL will be considerably heavier than stock. The source story suggests that Maxlider will upgrade the 2.7-litre EcoBoost V6 (we assume) beyond its stock 310 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.
Deliveries of the Maxlider Brothers Customs 2021 Ford Bronco 6×6 should begin next year.