The Ford Bronco was unveiled at the 2004 North American
International Auto Show, this concept version of Ford's
pioneering 1960s sport utility vehicle retains the original
Bronco's authentic, no-nonsense design.
For a more open-air ride, the Bronco concept's roof is
made up of two separate sections, the rear portion of
which can be removed. Roll bar accents can then be attached
for a look that recalls a Baja racer or the customized
"Baja Broncos" Ford offered in the 1970s.
Adding to the Bronco concept's power is a nitrous oxide
"boost," similar to the power enhancement function
of traditional hot rods. At the press of a button, a blast
of nitrous oxide is injected into the engine. During combustion,
the gas is broken down into nitrogen and oxygen, allowing
more fuel to burn.