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FORD ANNOUNCES PERFORMANCE DERIVATIVE OF 2021 BRONCO
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FORD ANNOUNCES PERFORMANCE DERIVATIVE OF 2021 BRONCO

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Ford announced on Wednesday that the all-new Bronco will be offered in a performance derivative. This comes just a day after they announced the Tremor package for the 2021 Ranger, the platform on which the Bronco is built. While Ford hasn’t confirmed that this will be a ‘Raptor’ Bronco, we can certainly speculate that this may be the case as recent spy shots have captured Bronco running on wheels and tires similar to those found on Raptor.

Bronco Nation has obtained additional testing images giving us an insight into features that will likely make their way to the production vehicle. First, we can see that this vehicle is running on BFGoodrich tires. These differ from the those found on Broncos equipped with the Sasquatch package. Another noticeable change is the wheels. These are wheels that have not yet been seen from Ford and we are glad to see them added to the lineup of options. Lastly, long-travel suspension appears to have been added to this variant, a feature that is sure to excite desert racing enthusiasts.

While Ford has not said which specific upgrades or parts will be used, the Tremor Ranger will feature a lifted suspension with off-road tuned FOX dampers, specially tuned front coilover and rear leaf springs, and upgraded tires, among other features. Bronco Nation will release additional details as they become available.

Comment(11)

  1. Are there any shots of the landing? There is no doubt the Bronco can fly. The new Raptor can too… How did it stick the landing? What a great icon to be sure.

    Cheers for sharing,
    G

  2. I kind of had a feeling there would be another. When looking at the trim levels on the Ford site it doesn’t stop at the First Edition when scrolling. There is still an empty slot past the First Edition. Typically you would just show the last image when scrolling through images on a site, but in this case there seems to be a placeholder for something else. It will be interesting how they allow reservations for it. It would be nice if they let the first 3500 First Edition reservation holders swap over right away. No matter what, excited for the Bronco.

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