The wait is over. In one of the most anticipated new car releases in recent memory, Ford officially took the wraps off of the new Bronco, returning the legendary nameplate to the company's lineup in a big way — and making a direct challenge to Jeep (RIP, Wrangler). First and foremost — besides the impressive removable door and roof panels — is the Bronco's offroad ability. The SUV's G.O.A.T. system has up to seven selectable modes that optimize the Dana 44 rear axle and independent Dana AdvaTek front axle, electronic lockers, and transfer case for anything from snow, ice, mud, and even crawling over rocks. The Trail Toolbox adds another layer of features from low-speed offroad cruise control to torque vectoring to tighten the Bronco's turning radius. Best-in-class ground clearance, breakover and departure angles, and water fording mean that this isn't a reskinned crossover — this is the real thing. Two engines are available, a 2.7-liter Ecoboost V6 making 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque, and a 2.3-liter Ecoboost four making 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. And possibly the best news: A new seven-speed manual will be offered. Two and four-door body styles are in production, along with more than 200 factory-backed aftermarket accessories. Only $100 reserves yours.