Top 10 features that make the 2021 Ford Bronco worth waiting for
This year whistles down to all SUV fanatics because of the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco. This off-road beast has been swirling the news media with its futuristic outlook and wonderful specifications. The first launched Ford Bronco was a highly competent off-road beast, but even after 50 years, Ford has brought back Bronco with similar essence and functionality like the original version.
The new Ford Bronco had surely lifted up expectations because the older version of Bronco had set up the bar really high. The market is speeding up already for the brand new Bronco, to create this kind of hype, millions are spent, but this beauty needs no introduction and advertisement.
The Ford Bronco comes in 2-door structure. The larger Ford Bronco is a high extreme off-road SUV. Looking at the specification makes it an obvious off-road beast. The beast comes with a complete steel framework, along with removable body panels.
Here are the top ten features that make this Ford beast more desirable.
1. Seating configuration
Ford will offer options to the buyers with regard to the seating arrangement. The 2021 Bronco comes in both 2-door as well as 4-door configuration while retaining the same bulky and muscular body and physical dimensions.
2. Detachable roof
If you fancy a convertible, the Bronco can be the perfect pick. The off-road SUV is designed with a detachable roof via anchor points on its pillars. So now, the occupants can experience a hard-top convertible with the 2021 model.
3. Repackable airbags
Now, this is an amazing addition to the 2021 Ford Bronco. The side curtain airbags of the car can be packed back to its covers after deployment. This will help the occupants drive to a more accessible location for help in case there has been an accident.
4. Powerful engine
The 2.7-litre twin-turbocharged V6 blows the power figure of 300 horsepower. Further, the power will be channeled to the wheels via a 10-speed automatic gearbox.
5. Four-wheel drive
The Ford Bronco model will get a 4x4 drivetrain, that is, a 4WD. Now, for an off-road SUV of this caliber, a 4WD mechanism is always better than an AWD. It offers the extra leisure for the driver to make it out of any critically bad road with specific torque for the axles.
6. Jam-packed cladding all around
The 2021 Ford Bronco proves to be a true off-road machine at first glance. Aesthetically, the SUV is all about extra cladding all around, be it on the front fascia or the rear profile. The large skid plate below the front bumper is also evidence of the designing specifics.
7. Driving modes
Considering the off-road capabilities and 4x4 drivetrain, the Ford Bronco will make use of multiple driving modes to bring out the best performance on specific road conditions. The driver can tune the modes between Normal, Eco, Slippery, Sport, and Sand. All of these will affect the power and torque being channeled to the wheels to a great extent.
8. Off-road tyres
It would be an absolute waste if Ford hadn’t paired the Bronco with off-road tyres. But what’s even better is the fact that the fat tyres are grippy and large enough to add extra ground clearance and water wading capability.
The 2021 Ford Bronco does not only offer roof-rails, but it has them extremely functional too. The roof rails are strongly built and can carry a lot of extra carriage without any risk of breakage. So, you can carry everything, from a tent to camp-fire material without worry.
10. Approach and departure angles
Now, the approach and departure angles are very important for an off-road SUV of this caliber. What it does is help in bumpy driving. The very short overhangs at both ends, high ground clearance, and brilliant design philosophy have helped Ford sketch the best aesthetics.
The 2021 Ford Bronco is a very promising SUV from the American automaker. In fact, the automaker is so excited with the model that despite the rumors of delayed production, it seems to be on track.
The SUV has already been revealed in the US recently and is expected to be up for sale by spring 2021, followed by other markets.