Ford Bronco CRAZY OFF-ROAD Test Drive. The Bronco Badlands, featured here (European specs), is one the models with our advanced Terrain Management System with up to seven selectable G.O.A.T (Go Over Any Terrain) driving modes, a new high-speed off-road suspension system, heavy-duty protective under-body shielding, and 32” all-terrain tyres.
New Bronco features 335 PS 2.7-litre V6 EcoBoost engine, G.O.A.T. Modes Terrain Management System™ and High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (HOSS) system for all-terrain agility and traction
An overlapping lattice of huge concrete cones simulates an extreme pocked terrain of large boulders and deep potholes.
Watch, and listen, as Bronco thumps over those obstacles . Robust steel under-body shielding, plus steel skid plates and rocker slide rails protect the chassis from contact with the concrete.
Putting the vehicle into low ratio four-wheel drive and selecting Rock Crawl G.O.A.T mode locks the differential and disconnects the sway bar, giving more movement across the front axle, and ultimately delivering more traction… Easy!
El Camino del Diablo
A fast, twisting sandy climb followed by a steep gravelly descent. Ideal for showcasing Bronco’s desert racing capability, with BAJA mode optimised for speed on sandy conditions.
And while we’re at it, the Bronco’s roof and doors** can be detached and removed for when you fancy a bit more air. No other vehicle makes this as easy as the Bronco.
Side mirrors are mounted on the chassis frame, so that they remain in place when doors are removed. And interior grab handles help your passengers stay in their seat!
This obstacle of unsteady logs simulates driving over changing, unstable surfaces such as loose scree slopes. Again, with the vehicle in low ratio four-wheel drive and Rock Crawl G.O.A.T mode, it’s a piece of cake for the Bronco.
This 60% slope may look daunting from the top looking down, but our Bronco is as surefooted as a mountain goat! We put it in into low ratio four-wheel drive and engage Hill Descent Control. This continuously adjusts vehicle traction settings and brake pressure to maintain a constant, comfortable, and controlled descent speed.
Time for a swim! We put the doors back on and took our Bronco for a little dip to showcase its impressive up to 800mm wading depth.^^
In fact, we could have even left the doors off to really show how versatile the Bronco is in water…
Source : Ford
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