2023 Ford Bronco Getting Dealer-Installed Tube Door Option Just Like the Wrangler's
Totally tubular open air freedom is coming to the Ford you can barely find on dealer lots. If you're lucky enough to know you're getting a 2023 Ford Bronco, it looks as though you'll also be able to finally get tube-frame doors from Ford Performance.
According to a report by Ford Authority, the optional naked doors are starting to appear on the Bronco online configurator page to give fans a taste of what's in store.
The tube doors—which are exactly what they sound like, skeletal "doors" made of tubular metal—will be available for both the two-door and four-door Broncos, with early pricing at $850 for the pair and $1,360 for the quartet. However, Ford Performance Parts was quick to point out that these prices aren't final due to supply shortage issues. Even so, the aftermarket arm from Ford expects the doors to hit dealer parts departments by the end of 2021. Ford Authority also believes that these doors were hinted at last November when Ford trademarked "EZ Air", so be on the lookout at your local Ford dealer for that potential branding.
Both two-door and four-door tube doors will utilize the factory hinges and latches, which will make for quick installation and easy use for Bronco owners. These doors are just a small part of Ford Performance Parts and Ford Licensed Accessories that are going to be available for the Bronco, and yet another sign that Ford is keen on chasing Jeep's Wrangler off-road as well as in the lucrative factory accessory business.