Ford has published the first pictures and details of a very special project based on the current Bronco. The car was designed to be a mobile firefighting command vehicle that can access remote areas.

The car, as you would expect, won’t be available to order in dealers. Instead, it will serve at Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico.

The car is based on the Badlands model with the Sasquatch package, and has a suspension lift and 35-inch tires for better off-roading. There is also a Warn winch, grille guard, and beadlock wheels to help the car accessing all the remote areas of the national park.

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The special Bronco also has an advanced communication systems, and lots of storage spaces for firefighters equipment.