First Footage of Resurrected Ford Bronco Taking On Sand Dunes is Out

First Footage of Resurrected Ford Bronco Taking On Sand Dunes is Out

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Since the 2021 Ford Bronco was revealed a few weeks ago, we've only seen the typical press images — as above — and fanfare that comes after such an unveiling.

Now, thanks to social media, we've now seen the revived Bronco in action taking on sand dunes alongside a fleet of Jeeps and other off-roaders.


The videos were posted on Instagram by Ford's North American Product Communications Manager, Mike Levine. Watch below to see a new bright orange Bronco hitting the dunes amongst a sea of other off-roaders.

Though there's not much new information we can garner from these videos specs-wise, at least it's good to see that the Ford Bronco is perfectly capable of taking on these dunes — not that we'd expect any less.

Last month, Ford revealed that it was reviving the Bronco, one of its all-time classics after an almost 25-year halt in production.

The 4X4 will be sold in two versions starting in 2021: the Bronco SUV and the Bronco Sport crossover. It will come in both 2-door and 4-door options and will have modular capabilities.

Last week, The Drive reported that Ford has already taken over 150,000 reservations for the revived Bronco.

The Ford off-roader's engine options will allow first-time buyers to choose a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 or a 2.7-liter four-cylinder one. The 2-door option starts at $29,995 and Ford is yet to reveal the price for the 4-door option.

Watch the video: Bronco Take Over 2015 (September 2022).


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