Limited-edition Ford Bronco DR key features
What are the key features of the limited-edition Ford Bronco DR? The Ford Bronco™ brand innovates the off-road environment for the most avid enthusiasts with the all-new Ford Bronco DR. It’s a first-of-its-kind limited-production Baja 1000 desert race SUV based on the Bronco four-door SUV. Learn about the limited-edition Ford Bronco DR and its key features in this Akins Ford blog. Then come see our new Bronco inventory in Winder, GA!
Performance specifications of the Baja-inspired Ford Bronco DR
The Ford Performance team planned and built every aspect of the Bronco DR. This helps the Bronco weather days of torture through brutal terrain in the high temperatures of the SCORE Baja 1000. This event is in Baja, California, Mexico, with the Bronco brand’s Built Wild™ capabilities and durability at its heart.
“Bronco DR exists to give hardcore off-road enthusiasts a Built Wild, turnkey 4×4 to compete in desert racing events, including the unforgiving Baja 1000. It started with the Bronco four-door – the platform and chassis are production true, and then we modified and optimized every aspect and built the vehicle hardcore off-road enthusiasts want.Mark Rushbrook, Ford Performance Motorsports global director.
Capability And Durability Features of the Ford Bronco DR
While official specs will be available closer to the on-sale date, the Bronco DR comes with a comprehensive list of desert racing technology. Multimatic, a long-time Ford Performance collaborator, has improved the Bronco’s High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (H.O.S.S.) system. Positional Selective DSSV Dampers with 80-millimeter bodies and finned fluid cooling channels help achieve this. Lower control arms made of billet aluminum developed by Multimatic are also available. Bronco DR targets 55.1 percent more front suspension travel, at 15.8 inches, and 58.6 percent more rear suspension travel, at 17.4 inches, than a four-door Badlands™ series Bronco for extraordinary capabilities across practically any terrain.
The Bronco DR has an approach angle of 47 degrees, a departure angle of 37 degrees, and a racing weight of 6200 lbs. And it has a break-over angle of 33 degrees, allowing it to take on even the most challenging roads. Firm footing is provided with a 73.7-inch front track and a 73.3-inch rear track.
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