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It’s the monster truck Ford won’t build … yet.
North Carolina-based custom truck shop MegaRexx Trucks has revealed a Ford Bronco-inspired heavy duty SUV.
The MegaBronc is a 2021 Ford F-250 converted into a supersize SUV that resembles the new midsize Bronco, with the same bisected round headlights and a similarly shaped grille.
It also has new fiberglass fenders with the Bronco’s peak-topped shape up front and flatter sides than the standard F-250’s.
MegaRexx adds 40-inch mud-terrain tires on 20-inch wheels and a long-travel suspension for improved off-road capability, but not a massive lift kit.
Upgraded Dana 60 axles and a steel front bumper are among the other mechanical modifications.
The truck is equipped with the F-250’s 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8 rated at 425 hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque, a 4×4 drivetrain and the factory off-road FX4 package, with its added underbody protection.
Most notably, MegaRexx converts the F-250 pickup into an SUV with a cabin that opens into the bed area and has three-rows of seating under a removable hardtop cover.
As you can imagine, a giant truck like this comes at a giant price. The MegaBronc starts at $224,950.
While Ford hasn’t indicated that it has anything similar in the works, it has set up Bronco as a subbrand that already includes the Bronco and Bronco Sport and is expected to add additional models in the coming years.