Yes, we've already driven the Icon Bronco. But this is the machine's official debut to the public, and, since it's just as awesome here in Las Vegas as it was in Southern California at the company's headquarters, we've decided to grab another set of live photos for your viewing pleasure.

As a refresher, this rough-and-tumble ride is based on the shell of a classic Ford Bronco from 1966 to 1977 (not the full-size one most famous for its low-speed car "chase"), and is powered by one of the Blue Oval's latest 5.0-liter V8 engines that puts out 412 horsepower and 390 lb-ft torque. Those horses are transferred through a five-speed manual gearbox to an Atlas II transfer case and finally to stout custom-built Dana 60 and 44 solid axle assemblies.

We suggest you read all about our quick spin of the Icon Bronco here, but first, check out our live image gallery of the rethought and rebuilt classic at SEMA.


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      Paul P.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Such a nice looking SUV. I wish they still looked like that instead of the jelly-bean shaped CUVs that are the norm now.
      thelonelyone1851
      • 3 Years Ago
      One of the best 4x4s ever made.More popular than ever.You can buy almost every body part repro'd now.I remember the bold statement that a 4x4 magazine made way back in the 1980s...."Some day,everyone will own a Ford Bronco"...today,thats highly possible.Anyone could make a new one from scratch.New frames,drivetrains,bodies...make your own,and watch Ford cringe.They missed the boat selling you a new one.
      Toneron
      • 3 Years Ago
      ugly rollover box. fail.
      Making11s
      • 3 Years Ago
      Still awesome. Still impressive. Still great to look at. Still not worth $150,000.
      Kiid_EguuL
      • 3 Years Ago
      I just creamed my jockeys, that's a real beaut mate!!
      EskimoPie
      • 3 Years Ago
      Well at least they wiped the blue protectant off the tire lettering!
      Marr108
      • 3 Years Ago
      Close, but... Don't get me wrong, an authentic looking retro that fights off today's station wagons that are billed at SUVs is a noble stance, but something can be learned from Camaro's retro rebuild fusion. I say, take this rebuild and fuse it with this: http://www.diseno-art.com/encyclopedia/concept_cars/ford_bronco.html and you will really have something.
      Dagger
      • 3 Years Ago
      I have the original 72 Bronco which is bad ass. I agree with some of the Posters who commented that this thing is way over priced and it does look like it was pulled from the junk-yard and made-over. Trust me, spend your money wisely and get the original thing. You have endless possibilites at refurbing them with all of the repro and original parts out there.
      Toby Okleshen
      • 2 Years Ago
      CRAP
      Gabriel Tiso
      • 3 Years Ago
      Wow that is truely an inspiring build to say the least. I can't say I wouldnt do the same if I had the money haha. I happen to be in the process of building my own 68 bronco. 4 barrel carb, longtube headers and a freshly rebuilt small block 289 gives it a ton of character. Now to work out those dang rattles... :D
      Toby Okleshen
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ugly, boxy rattle-can. I have no idea what people see in this old junker.
      whofan
      • 3 Years Ago
      Ford would really do themselfves and their cutomer a great service to bring out a new modern Bronco the size of the original Bronco. Make it affordible and somewhat fuel efficient. Why not give the Jeep Wrangler a little competition for a change. The current Escape body would be a good start then make the running gear tough enough to take off road.
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