The Ford Bronco DM-1 is a concept car built in 1988 and unveiled at that years Chicago Auto Show.
The small 4-wheel drive concept vehicle was the winning design in a Ford sponsored contest for industrial art students. Mr. Derek Millsap, who created the 5-seat sport-utility vehicle, lent his initials to the Bronco DM-1 name. The bulbous body was made of steel-reinforced fiberglass, and the large hatch extended into the roof.
The DM-1 rides on a humble Ford Escort chassis, but could easily be mated to a 4x4 system such as today’s Bronco II.