The German tuner Manhart is modifying the Ford Bronco, which is set to be sold in limited numbers in selected left-hand drive European markets, including Germany. Manhart’s modification boosts the Bronco’s 2.7-liter V6 engine to 415bhp and 502 lb-ft of torque through upgrades like an intercooler, cold air intakes, a sports exhaust system, and a new ECU. The modified Bronco, called the Manhart BC 400, features 22-inch wheels with Renegade R7 off-road tires and a Brembo brake system on the front axle. The exterior of this modified Bronco Badlands includes Sun Yellow-painted extended wheel arches, and the interior is retrimmed in black and yellow with Alcantara on the dashboard and steering wheel. Manhart plans to produce only ten units of the BC 400, or customers can purchase individual upgrade components separately, such as the wheels, side steps, ECU, and exhaust system, though these upgrades can be expensive.