Here’s a recent video, which shows the 2021 Ford Bronco doing some serious amount of off-roading.
American automaker Ford recently introduced the all-new Bronco, and we think that it is the most capable off-roader ever built by the company. Earlier, the carmaker revealed a few official videos showing the off-road capabilities of the SUV. Here’s a new video released by Ford showing the all-new Broncocountering the rocks of Moab, Utah, USA. The video is uploaded by a YouTube channel named as The Bronco Nation. In the video, one can see the prototype version of the SUV (consisting of two-door and four-door models) going via various types of off-road patches. Initially, we see the four-door model of the SUV climb up a rather steep rocky trail, which the off-roader does quite effortlessly.
Afterwards, we see a two-door model climbing down a rock fold. It was not an easy task, but the capabilities of the driver and SUV make it look easy. In the video, one can see a lot of dangerous paths, where the powerful engine, wheel articulation and the AWD system, are all put to a test. We can say that the all-new Ford Bronco is extremely impressive and capable as it easily counters all the off-road sections. Talking about Ford Bronco, the SUV will be offered in three different models namely- two-door, four-door and Sport. Once launched, it’ll directly rival with the likes of Jeep Wrangler. The new 2-door and 4-door models are body-on-frame SUVs, which uses a fully-boxed, high-strength steel chassis.
In terms of dimensions, the four-door model is 4,839 mm long, 1,939 mm wide and has a wheelbase of 2,949 mm. Moreover, it has 292mm of ground clearance, an 851mm water fording capability, a maximum break-over angle of 29 degrees and a departure angle of 37.2 degrees. Mechanically, it derives power from two EcoBoost turbocharged gasoline motors. The first one is a 2.3-litre four-pot that produces 270bhp of peak power, while the second unit is a 2.7-litre V6 motor that shreds out 310bhp of power output. The transmission duties are done by a new 7-speed MT paired with a crawler gear or a 10-speed AT.