What To Ride
by on July 27, 2020
Ford revealed the all-new Bronco SUV. It’s an exciting time at the moment with the resurrection of Ford Bronco; the family and off-roader vehicle. Ford revealed three variants of the new car: two-door, four-door, and a Sport option. The Broncos are highly capable when it comes to 4x4 adventuring and off-roading. Ford mentioned that there will be several engine and transmission options as well.
The Ford Bronco has a rich heritage dating back to 1965 however the model was discontinued by Ford in 1996. After the Blue Oval dropped the Bronco, this vehicle became a collectible item with a hefty price.
Ford however is expanding its horizons again all in order to tackle the Jeep Wrangler, Toyota FJ Cruiser and somehow the Land Rover Defender. It plans to follow the same strategy they had with the Ford Mustang. Bronco will somehow be a standalone off-roading brand.
The legendary Ford Bronco is back in a classic yet modern design, it will include inventive features, remarkable off-road capabilities and a highly capable chassis and drive train. The interior of the Ford Bronco will also come full of technological features.
Engine and Performance
With all the current restrictions with emissions, car manufacturers are making smaller engines. So sorry folks, the all-new Ford Bronco won’t be available in an eight or six cylinder. There will be 2 different four-cylinder engines; a 2.3-litre turbocharge that produces 270 hp and the second engine is 2.7-litre twin-turbo that generates 310 hp. Both engines will have a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Ford Bronco is also available in a standard four-wheel drive or all-wheel-drive system. Also, you can include additional options such as:
• 35-inch Mud-terrain Tyres
• Bead Lock-capable Wheels
• Electronic Locking Front and Rear Differentials
• Long-travel Dampers
• Sway-bar-disconnect Feature
The Bronco has an impressive 30cm ground clearance and can dive through up to 85cm of water.
Interior Vibes:
The all-new Ford Bronco is available in two or four doors, and can also come with a soft or hardtop. Like the Jeep Wrangler the Bronco has removable body panels and offers the same open-air potentials which will get you excited for your next journey.
Ford took into consideration the convenience and comfort of their customers, especially while they are driving the Bronco on an adventurous trip. Bronco has a bracket above the dashboard where you can mount your phone or camera. Its frameless doors make it easier to remove the doors, and if you have the extended-wheelbase model, you will have enough space to store the doors in the car. An 8.0-inch or 12.0-inch touchscreen is available. You can also connect to the cloud and link your smartphone wirelessly. The infotainment system has modern tech features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a Wi-Fi hotspot, in addition to an off-road performance app. The cabin also contains durable, waterproof surfaces that protect your things when the doors and the soft or hardtop roof are removed.
The all-new Bronco will have a bundle of safety and driver assistance technology features:
• Automatic High-beams
• Parking Sensors
• Forward Collision Warning
• Automated Emergency Braking
• Lane Departure Warning
• Lane Keeping Assist
• Blind Spot Monitoring
• Rear Cross Traffic Alert
What To Ride believes that at least for now, the Ford Bronco will unfortunately not make its landing in Australia anytime soon. Ford only confirmed the left hand drive production.
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