The Bronco Sport Badlands show vehicle built by LGE-CTS Motorsports and BAJA Forged, shows that you can take the smaller of the Broncos quite a distance into heavy-duty off-roading builds. In such, it shows off a lot of hardware that has come available in the last year since the Brono Sport was introduced.
The custom paint job has a retro livery with black, gold and white – classic. I like the way the white fills in the grille area and really reminds of the classic Broncos of the 1960s. But getting to the hardware check out the hardware
Replacing the entire factory plastic bumper and back-end assembly is a custom unit from BAJA Forged designed for rocks and obstacles with a full tube wrap around at the sides. Also seen here is a complete bank of Rigid LED lighting.
At the rear is a matching BAJA Forged tube bumper replacing the factory soft targets. These should be plenty for rubbing up against almost any terrain. Under it you can see a Borla performance exhaust cat-back system installed.
The suspension has a two-inch lift courtesy of ICON Vehicle Dynamics and Hellwig Suspension Products. This isn’t just a bolt-on lift kit but a complete system with off-road designed coil-overs with remote reservoirs.
Wheels are by Method 17” 502 models wrapped with 265/65 Nitto Ridge Grapplers. Framing them up nicely is a set of Air Design fender flares.
Seen up top is a beautifully integrated Ford Performance LED light bar that looks like it could have come from the factory loaded up with Rigid LED lights just like the front bumper. Also installed but not seen as easily is a set of Ford Performance under body rock lights.
The interior too gets a full custom treatment with a set of four Recaro Racing seats with full harnesses and bars to keep you held in tight while crawling and jumping about the planet.