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Greenlight 1:64 2021 Ford Bronco Sport #201: Rebelle Rally Winner

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Greenlight 1:64 2021 Ford Bronco Sport #201: Rebelle Rally Winner

Greenlight 1:64 2021 Ford Bronco Sport #201: Rebelle Rally Winner

The Ford Bronco is a model line of sport utility vehicles manufactured and marketed by Ford. The first SUV model developed by the company, five generations of the Bronco were sold from the 1966 to 1996 model years; a sixth generation of the model line is an upcoming vehicle to be sold for the 2021 model year. The nameplate has been used on other Ford SUVs, including the 1984-1990 Ford Bronco II compact SUV and the Ford Bronco Sport compact CUV.

Ford released the sixth generation Bronco for model year 2021, after the nameplate's 25-year hiatus. Styling recalls many elements from the 1966–1977 series, and the design chief's 1976 Bronco was digitally scanned as a reference during the design process.

For the first time, the Bronco is a mid-size SUV, bringing its chassis and powertrain closer in size to the Ford Ranger. Conceived as a direct competitor to the Jeep Wrangler, the Bronco is offered as a two-door and four-door SUV, each reconfigurable as a convertible.

The Bronco Sport comes equipped with an all-wheel drive system with "G.O.A.T. Modes" (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain). The G.O.A.T. Modes allows the driver to select different terrains for the AWD system. The Bronco Sport has four wheel independent suspension. Only the BadLands model has a twin clutch rear differential that can act as a rear differential locker based on the GK drive system used in the Focus RS, and has torque vectoring. Unlike the Bronco, the Bronco Sport does not have a low range transfer case. Instead of having traditional front bump stops, the BadLands model Bronco Sport has hydraulic bump stops. The Base, BigBend, and OuterBanks models share the same AWD system as the Escape, with proprietary programming for off-road use. The Bronco Sport has the tow capability between 2,000–2,200 lb (907–998 kg) depending on the engine.

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