The new Ford 2021 SUV Ford has finally revealed, named Bronco. The all-new Ford SUV will be powered by two different turbocharged gasoline engines.
American carmaker Ford has finally revealed the new Ford 2021 SUV, Bronco. The all-new SUV is now Ford’s flagship SUV, which will be offered in 2-door and 4-door trims and will directly compete with the likes of Jeep Wrangler. Firstly, the 2021 Ford Bronco will go on sale in the North American market, followed by other countries. The SUV has made a comeback after 24 years. Both the 2-door and 4-door Bronco models are body-on-frame SUVs and use a high-strength steel chassis. In terms of dimensions, the four-door model of the SUV is 4,839 mm long, 1,939 mm wide and has a wheelbase of 2,949 mm.
The all-new Ford Bronco will be offered in two-door and four-door configuration
It stands 292 mm above the ground and has 851 mm water fording capability. The SUV offers a maximum break-over angle of 29 degrees and a departure angle of 37.2 degrees. On the other hand, the two-door model measures 4,412 mm in length with a wheelbase of 2,550 mm. The two-door Ford Bronco gets an easily removable, three-section, hard-top roof, while the bigger four-door trim features either a hard-top roof or a soft top with four different removal sections.
The cabin of the new Ford Bronco mimics the original model with a lot of familiar, retro-styled cues
Inside, the 2021 Ford Bronco slightly mimics the original model with a lot of familiar, retro-styled cues. The SUV offers a few customization options along with a rubberised floor for easy cleaning. The top-spec trims of the car will get a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Ford’s latest SYNC4 system. Mechanically, it’ll derive power from two EcoBoost turbocharged petrol mills.
The all-new Ford Bronco directly rivals with the likes of Jeep Wrangler
The new Ford 2021 SUV will get a 2.3-litre four-pot engine that produces 270bhp of peak power and a 2.7-litre V6 motor, which puts out the power output of 310bhp. Transmission duties will be done by a 7-speed manual gearbox with a crawler gear or a 10-speed AT. The all-new Ford SUV will also be offered with two different 4WD systems, which includes a standard two-speed electronic shift-on-the-fly transfer case, and an optional advanced system with a two-speed electromechanical transfer case and an automatic, on-demand 4H option. The all-new Bronco will also feature Ford’s GOAT terrain management system, with up to seven different modes to select from.