There’s no question the reborn 2021 Ford Bronco has dominated the automotive news cycle since its July 13 reveal. The SUV’s return has been a long time coming for its millions of fans and already Ford has been receiving more reservations than its website can handle. It’s not exactly a bad problem to have. But we’re also still learning about some cool details the new Bronco offers, such as how its technically complicated crawler gear works.
And now Ford Authority has uncovered another interesting detail that answers a question some haven’t even thought of: where’s the backup camera located? Like all new vehicles, the Bronco is federally required to come standard with a backup camera for safety reasons, but the SUV isn’t like most vehicles; its doors, roof, and tailgate are removable.