2022 Ford Bronco Infotainment

 The Ford Bronco an extremely good off-road car with questionable road manners. Initial production issues plagued the Bronco's return last year, but Ford appears to have ironed them out. The Bronco's advanced technology, off-road capability, and convertible fun factor earn it a TCC Rating of 6.6 out of 10.

2022 Ford Bronco

2022 Ford Bronco Infotainment

The 8.0- or 12.0-inch touchscreen embedded in the middle of the Ford Bronco's dashboard is powered by Ford's latest in-dash Sync 4 software. The setup supports over-the-air updates and can wirelessly connect to the cloud and the user's smartphone. The infotainment system also supports a slew of modern features, such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot. The unit can also be customised with desirable features like built-in navigation and a more powerful B&O stereo.

What's new for the Ford Bronco 2022?

This summer, a Bronco Raptor will enter the picture, but it will most likely be a 2023 model. Ford teased an Everglades model with a winch and snorkel, but no release date was given. For 2022, colour and off-road options expand, and the Sasquatch package can now be paired with the 7-speed manual transmission.