Ford's next-gen Bronco has been officially revealed, with the new model coming in 2021 and no electric powertrain available at launch. Meanwhile, California-based Zero Labs is offering the original Bronco with tech that's every bit as new as the 2021 Bronco — the classic look rebodied in carbon fiber and packing a 434 horsepower electric motor. A 70 kWh lithium-ion battery pack mates up to the brushless BorgWarner AC electric motor driving a five-speed manual and Dana axles or independent suspension setup. Fox shock absorbers and Brembo brakes round out the premium component list. Over 1,000 custom parts are custom-made, including an entirely new interior with a clean, modern design. Four different models are available, with traditional steel bodywork to carbon fiber and rear or four-wheel-drive options.
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