Earlier this month, Ford Performance unveiled the new range of Bronco 4600 race trucks which will compete in the upcoming Ultra4 Racing championship.
The Blue Oval Brand kicked off the New Year on an exciting note. The company recently unveiled the all-new third-generation F-150 Raptor pickup. Ford proudly celebrated the fact that its latest performance pickup conquered the grueling Baja 1000 stage. Earlier this month, Ford Performance also unveiled this new range of Bronco 4600 race trucks.
The trucks will compete in the 2021 season of the upcoming Ultra4 stock class championship. The automaker’s performance division touts these new SUVs as spiritual successors to the first-generation models that dominated the 1969 Baja 1000. The company also believes that these new vehicles will aptly represent Ford’s motorsport lineage.
The new race trucks also act as technological demonstrations that showcase how one can tune a stock 2021 Bronco into a high-performance off-roader. These race trucks swap the standard suspension setup in favor of a High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (HOSS) System.
The company will commence testing the new 4600 race trucks later this month. Ford claims to have designed the Bronco 4600 competition trucks using inputs from its race prototype that participated in the Baja 1000 in 2019 and 2020.
The Bronco 4600 will impress off-roaders, and the presence of Ford trucks in motorsports seems to be growing. The Blue Oval already sponsors the official vehicles for Best in the Desert and SCORE International. The performance of 4600 race trucks in the upcoming Ultra4 championship will only act as a testament to the prowess of the all-new Bronco nameplate.