Ford Bronco Sport SUV Power Outlets

Off road, on road and at all points in between, keeping your devices charged and connected to the world at large may never be a concern in Ford Bronco™ Sport.

That's because Bronco Sport delivers several different charging options, including an available wireless charging pad, USB-A port, USB-C port for driver, front-seat passenger and, on later versions, rear-seat passengers. There are even 12V and available 110V* power outlets that not only charge small devices, they may be able to power larger items as well.

*400W of total power on Bronco Sport Badlands™ or 150W on Bronco Sport Outer Banks.™

Where Are the Ford Bronco Sport 12V and 110V Power Outlets?

12V power outlets are in the following locations:

  • Inside the media bin below the instrument panel
  • In the cargo area

110V power outlets, when equipped, are in the following locations:

  • The rear of the center console (On early Ford Bronco Sport models; later versions use USB-A and USB-C in place of the outlet. See your owner's manual to verify.)
  • In the cargo area

Safety Tips for Using 12V and 110V Outlets in the Ford Bronco Sport

When it comes to electricity, you can never be too careful. Here are some tips to ensure that you use the power outlets in your Ford Bronco safely:

  • Always keep the powerpoint caps closed when not in use. Do not use the powerpoint longer than necessary when the vehicle is off.
  • Do not leave devices plugged in overnight or when you park your vehicle for extended periods.
  • Do not plug in any device that supplies power to the vehicle through the powerpoints. This could result in damage to vehicle systems.

Ford Bronco Sport Wireless Charging Pad

As wireless charging becomes the norm, Bronco Sport delivers with an available compatible Qi charging pad in select modes and packages.** The charger is located on the center console or, in some cases, in your media bin below the instrument panel.

**Wireless charging: Equipped on Bronco Sport Big Bend,™ Bronco Sport Outer Banks, Bronco Sport Badlands and Bronco Sport First Edition.

How to Use a Qi Charger in Ford Bronco Sport

Two USB ports inside the 2021 Ford Bronco™ Sport that you can use to charge your devices.

To charge a wireless device, place it on the center of the Qicharging surface with the charging side down. The charging stops after your device reaches a full charge.

The wireless charger may be used when the vehicle is in Accessory mode, when the vehicle is running or when your SYNC®†† 3 is on.

Available Qi wireless charging may not be compatible with all mobile phones.

††Don’t drive while distracted or while using handheld devices. Use voice-operated systems when possible. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all features are compatible with all phones.

Qi wireless charging standard is controlled by the Wireless Power Consortium.

Safety Tips for Using the Wireless Charging Pad in the Ford Bronco Sport

The available wireless charging pad** in the center console of the 2021 Ford Bronco™ Sport charging a smartphone.

Tips for wireless charging:

  • Keep the charging area clean and remove foreign objects prior to charging a device.
  • Do not place items with a magnetic strip, such as passports, parking tickets or credit cards, near the charging area when charging a device.
  • Do not place metal objects, for example remote controls, coins and candy wrappers, on or near the charging area when charging a device; metal objects may heat up and degrade the charging performance, in addition to causing error messages and interruptions in charging.