For starters, the most obvious change here is the Shelter Green Metallic paint that covers the flanks of this 2024 Ford Bronco Raptor, which is currently an exclusive hue only available on the brand new 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor. Aside from that, this particular SUV is equipped with what appear to be Code Orange-painted front tow hooks and bead lock rings. Last year, Ford added various types of painted beadlock rings to its own catalog for Bronco customers, notably.
Code Orange also plays a big role in the graphics present on this 2024 Ford Bronco Raptor, though that design itself is a bit different than what’s currently available. At the moment, the optional Bronco Raptor graphics are finished in a combination of silver, gray, and black, and they don’t extend up to the side glass on the rear portion of the MIC top, which is the case here. It’s possible that these Code Orange accents may be part of a new, separate cosmetic package, or perhaps as standard equipment, though that’s unclear at the moment.
Aside from what appear to be the currently optional 17-inch beadlock capable wheels, this Bronco Raptor is also equipped with body-color painted fender flares, which is certainly notable given the fact that this model is currently available only with black flares.
At the moment, it’s also unclear what we can expect from the 2024 Bronco in general, though we do know that some 2023 model year orders may not be filled, and that they won’t carry over to the 2024 model year as has been the case since the SUV’s launch – rather, those orders will be canceled, and FoMoCo may ditch its reservation system as well. Also, the Heritage Edition is set to gain a new Peak Blue exterior color option, while “Work,” “Premium,” and “Heritage +” models are expected to join the lineup at some point in the future.