We do have a soft corner for the all-new Ford Bronco. The SUV is one of the most popular offerings in the Blue Oval Brand’s product portfolio, and it is based on an impressive platform that is ideal for radical off-road modifications.
By introducing its Bronco 4600 race trucks, Ford Performance proved that its latest SUV is capable of tackling some of the most challenging terrains in the world. In one of his most recent videos, YouTuber Justin B. McBride offers an extensive look at 2021 Bronco’s off-road prowess.
The video features several Ford Broncos taking on the grueling terrains of Hell’s Revenge rock trail in Moab, Utah. Some of these offerings were modified by prolific Ford tuners like ARB, 4 Wheel Parts, and RTR. A standard Bronco Badlands and Ford Escape-based Bronco Sport also participated in this expedition. Ford showcased the custom SUVs earlier last month to promote aftermarket parts for the Bronco.
The video offers many exciting scenes, and one of the most interesting bits in the video is when McBride hops into a stock Bronco Sasquatch, which is being piloted by Vaughn Gittin Jr. who happened to have just navigated the notorious Hell’s Gate obstacle for the very first time prior to this video.
After disconnecting the sway bar and activating the Bronco into one-pedal mode, Gittin easily charges ahead in the Broncos Sasquatch and makes the steep climb with ease, offering us what can best be described as an off-roading spectacle.
Ford recently announced that Bronco deliveries have been delayed yet again, which means customers will have to wait a while longer for their lauded SUV, but this video helps keep the excitement alive.