Megabronc is the $ 224,950 three-row Super Duty Bronco

North Carolina-based MegaRexx trucks pick up existing Ford products and enlarge them. Following the launch of the super-duty based MegaRaptor last summer, MegaRexx has now released a Super Duty / Bronco mashup.

Known as the MegaBronc, the car takes a 2021 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew cab lariat and gives it a Bronco makeover. And for 224,950, the company will do the same with your truck.

Exterior changes include a bedside with a fiberglass hood, front fender and a new grille. The new fenders widen the car to 8 inches, and the 20-inch Method Race MR605 wheels are covered with 40-inch Aturo Trail Blade M / T tires. A custom front bumper with a 20-inch LED light bar completes the look

MegaRexx MegaBronc 2021 Ford Super Duty F-250

MegaRexx MegaBronc 2021 Ford Super Duty F-250

The MegaBronc also features a seven-seater, power-folded third-row seats taken from the Ford Expedition. The MegaRexx has removed the back wall of the cab and replaced the seats that would otherwise be in an empty pickup bed. Recall that in the Bronco factory there was a similar arrangement from the late 1970s to the 1990s, the second row seats were placed in a small pickup bed.

Like those Broncos, the MegaBronch bed cap can also be removed to give back seat passengers an open-air experience. The goal of a steel roll structure is to provide some level of protection.

The MegaRexx stock holds a 6.7-liter turbodiesel V-8 that produces 475 hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque. Like the stock F-250, power is sent to four wheels via a 10-speed automatic transmission. However, with the MegaRexx 4:56 gear Dana 60 has redesigned the front and rear differentials and added a Bluetooth paddle commander to speed up the throttle response.

MegaRexx MegaBronc 2021 Ford Super Duty F-250

MegaRexx MegaBronc 2021 Ford Super Duty F-250

The suspension has a lift courtesy of 4.5-inch icon progressive front coil springs and 5-inch multi-leaf springs, and features ride-height adjustment.

Ford’s goal is to turn the Bronco into a family of models, but it’s not clear if factory pickups will be included. A Bronco pickup was briefly featured in a 2021 design video, but that model was reportedly discarded. And if Ford gives the green light to a Bronco pickup, it won’t be based on super duty.

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