Watch the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV ride over huge cobblestonesAugust 6, 2020
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.
Off-roading is the very environment for which the iconic Ford Bronco SUV was created. Fortunately for fans of this car, this statement has not changed for the new (sixth in a row) generation of the model.
Even before the next generation Bronco was officially presented, Ford was already publishing photo and video reports that showed the capabilities of the new product on the off-road. Now, the car has already been shown and we all know about it. That is why it’s time to see what level of off-road this car can stop.
A user of one of the foreign sites told on his blog about the tests, which involved both two- and four-door versions of the Bronco SUV.
Where did they go? On the legendary Rubicon Trail, located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in North America. For the uninitiated, this is a 35-kilometer stretch with very different coverage areas – there is moderate off-road, and very, very difficult. In fact, the Rubicon Trail has become a testing ground for off-road vehicles, where their off-road capabilities are tested. By the way, it was thanks to this area that the most expensive equipment of Jeep models was named. The Rubicon is the name for the company’s most off-road versions of the company’s SUVs.
As part of this article, we will publish photos and a video from the tests of the four-door Bronco. It is worth noting that the SUV could not cope with the ascent on smooth stones without collision due to its off-road abilities, but due to the lack of experience of its driver.
As you can see from the video, it was clear that the Bronco was not following the correct line, approaching one point on a difficult track. The tires also appear to be inflated above the optimum pressure for this rocky climb, which should affect traction in such a situation.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that a radio-controlled model of the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV was presented. The not-so-miniature remote-controlled SUV measures 55.88cm in length and is all out of print.
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