Music plays through the entire video, so it’s nearly impossible to identify the engine note as a four- or six-cylinder. Regardless, the Broncos appear to have plenty of power as they muscle up steep, muddy grades. They’re also able to ford a decent amount of water as they plunge from one puddle to the next.
Other highlights include two-door and four-door models running together. This gives an accurate, if a bit indirect, size comparison showing the differences between the two. Specifics such as wheelbase lengths remain unknown, though we expect Ford to use the Jeep Wrangler as a benchmark and perhaps even beat the iconic off-roader in that department.
Georgia clay presents incredibly difficult terrain to master as it’s dense and prone to clumping. That’s part of why this video is so telling when it comes to the 2021 Bronco’s off-roading capabilities.
Ford’s longstanding plan has been to reveal the Bronco in the spring of this year, and so far, it’s yet to suggest otherwise. That leaves about three weeks for the model to make its debut, though we don’t expect it to hit showrooms until next year due to production delays.
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