Ford Bronco Showcases Rear Wheel SteeringAugust 7, 2020
The new generation of the American Ford Bronco SUV has received a rear-wheel steering function that helps the car when cornering. The video demonstrates how this technology works.
The 2021 Ford Bronco SUV features Trail Turn Assist, which uses the torque vector of the rear axle to reduce the SUV’s turning radius. This technology makes it easier for the car to overcome sharp turns – the rear wheels steer. A recently published video demonstrates how this system works.
The video captures a camouflaged two-door Bronco, which is located in an open area of the desert.
It accelerates forward and then turns left. Track Turn Assist is essential in this maneuver. The inner rear wheel stops and the car appears to be spinning around one point.
Drivers can activate Trail Turn Assist using one of the buttons at the top of the center console. Other controls on this panel are front and rear differential lock switches, off stability control, and hazard warning lights.
All signs point to the 2021 Bronco SUV going to be a very cool car in terms of its off-road capabilities. Two AWD systems are available, as well as a variety of off-road technologies, notably locking front and rear differentials and position-sensitive Billstein dampers. There are also 17 “rims with 35” tires.
The Bronco will go on sale in spring 2021. More than 230,000 orders have already been booked for the SUV.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote about how the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV drives over huge cobblestones. The owner of a 2021 Ford Bronco decided to test the SUV’s capabilities on the legendary Rubicon Trail in the United States. He published several photographs and a video report of the ascent to the rocky mountain.
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