The combination of a 310-horsepower 2.7 DOHC Ti-VCT EcoBoost® V6 twin-turbo direct injection engine and an optional 10-speed automatic transmission, the first in its segment, gives the all-new Bronco the optimum combination of power, torque and gear ranges for operation in the most different operating conditions.
The four-door Bronco has plenty of room for passengers with the optional 60/40 double seats that fold down to make room for luggage. There are also optional seats in leather, hardwearing fabric and durable vinyl.
Trail One-Pedal Drive allows you to accelerate and brake using the accelerator pedal only.
Trail Control is an automatic off-road cruise control system that helps you navigate rough terrain more easily. It controls throttle and braking on individual wheels to maintain a consistent speed, so you can focus on handling difficult terrain.
With a high-mounted air intake and best-in-class ground clearance, the Bronco has best-in-class water penetration up to 850mm *. * For configurations with Sasquatch Pack. Identical for 2- and 4-door Bronco versions.
Get rid of sharp rocks, fallen tree branches and other obstacles with best-in-class 295mm * ground clearance. * With optional 35-inch wheels. Identical for 2- and 4-door Bronco versions.
The Bronco can handle sharp changes and steep slopes on rough, off-road terrain with a best-in-class 37.2-degree exit angle and 29-degree approach angle *. * Two-door version with 35-inch tires. For the four-door version with 35-inch tires - 37 and 26.3 degrees, respectively.
For durability and confidence, optional metal skid plates provide underbody protection from the toughest off-road conditions.
The all-new Ford Bronco offers best-in-class front / rear suspension travel of 240 / 261mm * for Badlands. To maximize suspension travel, the optional Trail Stability Control ™ with Bilstein Position Sensitive Damping (PSD) shocks utilizes End Stop Valve Control (ESCV) technology to provide control and stability during harsh off-road driving. In addition, an anti-roll bar with a unique deactivation function is standard on Badlands trim levels. * For basic configuration 200/215 mm. The suspension travel is the same for the two- and four-door versions.
When activated, optional electronically locked front and rear differentials lock the wheels on each axle to optimize traction and improve off-road performance when the situation calls for it.
Available on all trim levels, the 35-inch tires provide extra grip and allow the Bronco to achieve best-in-class ground clearance of 295mm. Beadlock discs keep the bead firmly at low tire pressures, preventing it from coming off.
Just click, push and lift. The four-door version comes with a soft top with an optional modular hardtop. The four-door models feature a class-exclusive removable center panel in the retractable hardtop that provides an open sky for the second row of seats. Class-exclusive lightweight frameless doors can be removed once or twice. The four-door model allows for storage on board.