A New Chapter – International Enthusiasts
True to Bronco Nation’s purpose of making owning a Bronco easier and more enjoyable, we wanted to meet these people who have loved Bronco for decades and are excited about the newest generation of the iconic vehicle.
We joined in a meetup attended by dozens of welcoming owners and their Broncos: the largest Bronco meetup in the country to date.
It was common to hear stories of trips to the States for off-roading and adventures, from classic Bronco Show ‘n Shine events to the wild ride of King of the Hammers. We even talked with a few locals who made their way to Super Celebration East and met some of the Bronco Nation team there!
And the Bronco Nation became an official member of the Krúser club, a local Icelandic classic car club and museum.
New Destinations – 66°33’
In addition to our meetup, we toured the countryside Bronco was born to be in.
Our three-man crew covered over 1,600 miles and did more than 40 hours of driving, averaging 17 mph over highway, city, and off road.
They touched five different F-roads (stunning access routes to Iceland’s highlands, open only to 4x4 vehicles), took four boats, and were the first 6th Gen Bronco to cross north of 66°33’ in Iceland –– the Arctic Circle.