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July 13, 2020

By: Sinjin


Simply, Ford Did The 2021 Bronco Right.

Ever since the Bronco disappeared, it’s remained an icon in Americana. From the Baja to low-speed chases on the 405, the Bronco has been a favorite. Ever since it was discontinued in the mid-1990s there’s been a demand for its return. Last Friday, Ford released a teaser look at the silhouettes of the new family of Broncos. Coincidently it also happened to be the birthday of a former err… “Bronco enthusiast”.

Well as of today, there are no more smoke and mirrors and we finally can see all of the new Ford Broncos. Coming in a 2 door, 4 door, and Sport model, if you want to take on the offroad with the toughness of an F-series and the spirit of a Mustang, you’ve got your options.

With their direct jab a Jeep, Ford meant business when it came to the equipment. Right off the bat every Bronco will have 4×4 standard and available 35″ tires on every series just like it should.

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Before we go any further, yes, the roof and the doors come off on the 2 door and 4 door model. Conveniently on the 4 door model, you can store them in the truck when you’re on the go. Ford was smart enough to include this feature and avoid the riot outside of their factories.

Throughout the announcement, they touted the “the first in class” accolades this trio of Broncos has collected. With the 2 door and 4 door available “Best In Class” ground clearance, break-over angle, departure angle, and crawl ratio. The Bronco Sport holds its weight with a better ground clearance than “Ford’s key competitors”.

Maximizing its offroad potential, the 2 doors and 4 door have available front and rear locking differential. As well the Bronco Sport will well… sport a twin-clutch rear-drive unit with a rear differential lock feature to further its offroad performance.

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Using technology to maximize stability and power no matter what you come across, all Broncos come standard with up to 7 available drive modes. These ” G.O.A.T” modes,  meaning “Goes Over Anything” (I’d prefer it was named after actual goats but, oh well), we’ll help you adapt to snow, rocks, the Baja, sand, mud, and water.

Powering you through the trails, on the 2 door and 4 door is an available Ecoboost engine with 310 hp and 400ft/lbs of torque, with either a 10-speed automatic or a 7-speed manual.  On the Bronco Sport, you’ll be looking at engine pushing out about 245hp and 275ft/lbs of torque.

Suspension is the cornerstone of any successful offroad vehicle. Between the available HOSS System and the hydraulic stabilizer disconnect system, you’ll keep on rolling through any degree of the trail.

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Moving to the inside the renovated navigation system will let you download off-road maps right into your vehicle. In the teaser, it also seemed that you will be able to record you attacking the trails and splashing through the mud on the 360″ cameras installed on the car.

The list on what these Broncos will include seems to go on and on as their unveiling video was filled with one stat after another. If you’re looking to get some more information you can finally check them out of Ford. We’re already excited to check out the 200+ accessories available on this sixth generation of Broncos.

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