Bronco

Ford Bronco 4600 Race Truck Revealed to Race in Ultra4 Stock Series

  • Ford Performance built the Bronco 4600 race truck to compete in the Ultra4 stock class later this year.
  • It unveiled the vehicle today at the King of Hammers race in California, where the Bronco 4400 rally trucks will be competing in the Ultra4 unlimited class.
  • The highly customized stock Bronco 4600 will begin testing later this month.

    After showing three 4400 rally class Ford Broncos earlier this week, Ford Performance is back with a 4600 race truck to battle in the Ultra4 stock class. The 4400 Unlimited Class vehicles shown off earlier this week have extensive modifications, including a custom tubular chassis, the Bronc0 4600 uses the same chassis, 2.7-liter EcoBoost V-6 engine, and transmissions found in the Sasquatch trim level that anyone could order from the automaker.

    The 4600 Bronco will be shown off at the King of the Hammers event where a trio of 4400 rally Broncos will

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    2021 Ford Bronco Sport Slightly Cheaper Than More Rugged Bronco

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    Marc UrbanoCar and Driver

    • Ford’s 2021 Bronco Sport starts just over $28,000, compared with the $29,995 base price of the regular Bronco.
    • Like its more rugged sibling, it has Big Bend, Outer Banks, and Badlands trim levels as well as a First Edition limited to 2000 units.
    • The Bronco Sport goes on sale by the end of this year.

      The Bronco is finally here. While the Bronco Sport is the tamer version of the new 4×4 series, it starts only a few thousand dollars less than the more rugged Bronco. The new Bronco Sport starts at $28,155 and comes with a 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Like the Bronco, it’ll have the terrain management system. Plus, it’s got a safari-style roof, 17-inch wheels, flip-up liftgate glass, and Sync 4 on an 8.0-inch display.

      Beyond that, the prices increase exponentially as you start to go through the

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      Our Ford Bronco Badge Is Better Than the Rest of the World’s

      • Simply put, Ford cares so much about the look of the new 2021 Bronco that it actually made two different badges—one for the U.S. and one meeting international rules.
      • Ours is bigger, or at least it sticks out a few millimeters farther.
      • This kind of attention to detail bodes well for the new SUV as a whole. Plus, it’s funny.

        Buckle up for a wild ride, because we’re about to talk about international badge homologation regulations! Settle down, settle down. Keep it to a dull roar, and we’ll explain why our Bronco badge is better than everyone else’s.

        It comes down to pedestrian impact rules, and the difference between ours and those in other markets (namely, Europe and China). Other countries say that if a badge protrudes five millimeters, the edges have to be radiused 2.5 millimeters. That presents a problem with the Bronco badge, since there are details—particularly the

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        How We’d Spec It: 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

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        FordCar and Driver

        The Bronco is back, finally, and with it is its crossover-based cousin the Bronco Sport. It comes in four of the same guises as the bigger Bronco—base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, and Badlands—and it also gets a limited-run First Edition. Unfortunately, the more exciting 2021 Ford Bronco isn’t on Ford’s configurator yet, so we can’t build and price it. But the smaller and cuter Bronco Sport is, so a few Car and Driver staffers headed over to Ford’s site and built their dream Ford Bronco Sport.

        Drew Dorian’s $32,240 2021 Ford Bronco Sport Big Bend

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        Since this isn’t the real-deal Bronco, I’ve decided it’s not wise to get too crazy, so I’ve chosen the Big Bend model. It’s just one rung up from the base model in the Bronco Sport’s five-trim lineup, but for a modest $1500 price bump over the entry-level model, the Big

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        Ford Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler: The War Begins

        • In case you’ve been under a rock, the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco is here.
        • Though the Bronco spec panels leave a few voids, we know now the hard basics about Ford’s highly anticipated off-roader.
        • Naturally, we scanned the Bronco technical specifications and compared the data with its innate and long uncontested competitor, the Jeep Wrangler.

          Forget about these so-called truck wars. The Toledo War is about to pop off again. You’ve never heard of the territorial dispute in 1835 between the bordering states of Michigan and Ohio? That’s okay, neither had we. But now that the new Ford Bronco is here, the Michigan-built off-roader is set to encroach on the Ohio-built Jeep Wrangler and its well-earned seat on the off-road throne. It’ll be some time before we can settle this score on the battlefield, so here’s how the two stack up on paper.

          Engines

          Both off-roaders are available with a

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