The all-new Bronco is back to into the wilderness. Bronco was torture-tested in the Johnson Valley desert – home of King of the Hammers. It also took on the grueling Baja 1000, one of the world's toughest off-road endurance races. So get ready for rugged adventure because Bronco is coming to help you experience all the excitement the wild has to offer.
When activated, the available electronic-locking front and rear differentials lock the wheels on each axle to optimize traction and improve off-road performance when the situation requires it.
The all-new Bronco has available best-in-class maximum suspension travel. To complement that suspension travel, available Trail Stability Control™, with its Bilstein® position-sensitive-damping (PSD) shocks, utilizes end stop control valve (ESCV) technology to provide control and stability during spirited off-road driving. Also, a stabilizer bar with unique disconnect functionality is standard on Badlands.
4x4 – with Part-Time Selectable Engagement
The electronic shift-on-the-fly (ESOF) two-speed transfer case is the base, "part-time" system. This system offers the driver three modes plus Neutral. In 4H and 4L, the system provides mechanically locked 4x4. When 4L is selected, wheel torque increases for conditions like deep sand, steep grades or pulling heavy objects. Flat towing is possible by putting the transfer case into the Neutral position.
Advanced 4x4 – with Automatic On-Demand Engagement
Advanced 4x4 system features a two-speed electromechanical transfer case (EMTC) that adds an auto mode for automatic on-demand engagement to select between 2H and 4H. In 4A, the system continuously varies power to the front wheels for optimum performance for all on-road conditions. Flat towing is possible by putting the transfer case into the Neutral position.
Stay clear of sharp rocks, fallen branches and other obstacles with a projected best-in-class ground clearance of 11.6 inches.
With a high-mounted air intake and best-in-class ground clearance, Bronco has an available best-in-class water-fording capability of up to 33.5 inches.
Hit the trails with the class-exclusive 7-speed manual transmission (6+1 Crawler Gear) paired with the available 2.3L engine. The manual transmission features a unique crawl ratio of up to a best-in-class 94.75:1.
An available segment-first 10-speed automatic gives impressive low gears and helps keep you in the engine's power band.
Adjust your drive mode to match the environment. Bronco features five standard drive modes: Sand, Slippery, Sport, Eco and Normal. The ever-capable Badlands comes with two additional modes: Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl and substitutes Sport mode for Baja. In total, there are eight available modes that vary by trim.
Bronco offers a standard 4 cylinder engine delivers best-in-class performance. The 2.3L EcoBoost cranks out an impressive 270 horsepower with best-in-class standard gas torque of 310 lb. -ft. The available 2.7L EcoBoost with 4x4 is projected to produce a best-in-class 310 horsepower and 400 lb. -ft. of torque.
Available on all models, these 35-inch tires provide additional traction and allow Bronco to achieve best-in-class ground clearance with a max 11.6 inches. The Beadlock-Capable Wheels allow you to air-down your tires for extreme off-roading adventure.
For durability and confidence, these available metal shields offer underbody protection against the toughest off-road terrain.
The all-new Bronco features several roof options, including an available removable hardtop system with multiple panels that are easy to pop in or out. Also, given its unique design with no crossbar between the front and back rows, the all-new Bronco delivers best-in-class second-row and overall openness with the top removed.
Class-exclusive frameless doors are lightweight and easy to remove. The four-door model makes it easy to store them onboard.
The Sasquatch Package is available on every Bronco Series and standard on WildTrak. Package includes 35-inch tires with 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels, front- and rear-locking differentials, Trail Control,™ 4.7 Final Drive Ratio with electronic-locking front and rear axle. There's also a high-clearance suspension and high-clearance fender flares.
2021 Bronco 2-Door Badlands in Cyber Orange Metallic (extra cost color) with factory roof rack, cross bars and the Yakima roof rack with jack and Ford Performance recovery boards. 2021 Bronco 4-Door Black Diamond in Antimatter Blue with factory roof rack and crossbars with Yakima basket.
Users can choose from a professionally curated list of class-exclusive electronic trail content from professional trail guide providers such as Trails Off-Road and FunTreks.
A slide out tailgate accessory provides a perfect surface when spending time around the rear of the vehicle. Whether you just need a seat, or a place to set some gear down – the slide out tailgate is able to deploy without disturbing cargo in the rear.
Adventure is a dirty business. That's why Bronco is available with rubberized washable floors with integrated drains and marine-grade-vinyl seating.
Because fun always draws a crowd, the Bronco four-door has plenty of elbow room for passengers with available 60/40 split-fold second-row seats that fold down in a snap to make more space for action gear. There are also available leather-trimmed, durable cloth and marine-grade-vinyl seating choices.
The purpose-built instrument panel was inspired by the first-gen model, with gauges and controls that are clearly visible and intuitive.
Conveniently located for quick access, these switches make it easy to stay in control of your off-road adventure. Depending on your Bronco series, just the simple push of a button lets you engage up to six standard and available features that include stabilizer bar disconnect, front and rear differential lock, Trail Turn Assist, electronic stability control and hazard lights.
Bumper to Bumper: 3-Years/36,000 Miles • Powertrain: 5-Years/60,000 Miles • Corrosion: 5-Years/Unlimted Miles • Hybrid/Electric Drivetrain Components: 8-Years/100,000 Miles • Diesel Engine: 5-Years/100,000 Miles • Roadside Assistance: 5-Years/60,000 Miles
Trail Control is a driver-activated cruise control system standard on the automatic transmission that helps you navigate more easily over rough terrain. It manages throttle and braking at individual wheels while maintaining a constant speed so you can focus attention on steering over demanding terrain.
Available trail turn assist reduces the turning radius in low speed off-roading environments by applying the brakes to the inside rear wheel of the turning vehicle.
Trail 1-Pedal Drive enables low-speed crawling which lets you bring the vehicle to a stop without using the brake pedal, rendering two footed driving obsolete by bringing the vehicle to a halt while letting off the accelerator.
Bronco can handle the sharp drops and steep inclines of rugged off-road terrain with an available best-in-class departure angle of 37.2 degree and a 29 degree breakover angle. Bronco has an aggressive available 43.2 approach angle.