In the immortal words of Mitch Hedberg, “it’s up to me how many bedrooms there are, isn’t it? This bedroom has an oven in it. This bedroom has a lot of people sitting around watching TV. This bedroom is AKA a hallway.” And now, this bedroom is over there in the driveway.

For you see, the Ford Bronco has been designed to sleep two—if the weather is good. With the back seats down, there is a flat surface that extends to the tailgate giving you 6 feet and six inches to stretch out on.

If you’re alone, you can sleep diagonally, says Ford, and get 7’6” of sleeping space. If you’re sharing accommodations with someone else, you can lower the tailgate and get 7’9” of length or 8’9” of length if you sleep diagonally.


You may have to be willing to cuddle, though, since you get an acceptable but perhaps not ample 3’7” of width between the wheel wells—and 4’6” between the rear doors.

All of which should be enough for you to get a reasonably comfortable night's sleep out in the wilderness. And with a removable top, you can really sleep under the stars and above the ground.

It may be wise to bring a yoga mat or something to sleep on, though.