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Watch the 2021 Ford Bronco Show Its Off-Roading Tech on a Tough Mudding Trail

Road & Track logo Road & Track 6/1/2020 Brian Silvestro
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The upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco is supposed to be a direct Jeep Wrangler competitor. That means it has to be able to handle some serious off-roading. Thanks to this 46-second video published by The Bronco Nation YouTube channel, we can see it doing just that, dressed in full camouflage. 

The high-resolution 46-second clip shows both two- and four-door Broncos traversing through a muddy off-roading trail in Georgia. We can see the SUVs climb steep grades, slice through ruts, and wade through deep water with ease. At the 24-second mark, we can even see a Bronco braking its rear wheel while spinning its front inside wheel to get around a tight turn, a maneuver used to reduce the truck's turning radius called a "front dig." The system seems to use the brakes to clamp down on the rear wheel, creating a sort of locking mechanism on the ground to generate slip on the loose surface, similar to Toyota's Turn Assist Control feature.

a car parked on pavement near a forest: Here's your best look yet at the Bronco's serious off-road capabilities. © The Bronco Nation - YouTube Here's your best look yet at the Bronco's serious off-road capabilities.

Bronco Nation points out on its site this particular clay is some of the toughest to traverse in North America, so seeing the Bronco get through it so easily is impressive.

More and more videos, spy shots, and other relevant bits of Bronco info have been appearing online recently, meaning the SUV will likely be revealed sometime very soon. Head on over to our dedicated page to read up on all the information we've compiled on the truck so far. 

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