ADD Offroad is taking our high quality innovation straight to the 2021 Ford Bronco. Our team is hard at work creating new and familiar bumper designs for the new Bronco, as well as new aftermarket parts. Including front & rear bumpers, rock sliders, doors, roof racks, and more. Stay tuned for more information as the Ford Bronco makes their way on the road and off-road.
Ford built this truck for off-road, which makes us excited to release our line of 2021 Ford Bronco accessories.
The Bronco offers features like a 37.2 degree departure angle and a 29 degree breakover angle. They've also given a lot of ground clearance at 11.6 inches, which allows you to tread water up to 33.5 inches deep.
Factory options allow for beadlock wheels, 35" mud terrain tires, and even Bilstein shocks on any trim level. Certain trims give the option for sway bar disconnects and electronically locking axles. The manual transmission gives you a crawler gear for even more offroad utility.
A highly sophisticated terrain management system adds even more to the already stacked feature list of the Bronco. The full 8 modes (availability of these modes varies by trim level) are – sand, slippery, sport, eco, normal, mud/ruts, rock crawl, and baja.
Ford carried over their ecoboost line of engines into the 2021 Bronco to ensure the driver doesn't sacrifice fuel mileage or power. Most trim levels will come standard with a 2.3l turbocharged 4cyl engine, which produces 270hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. The optional V6 will bring your capacity up to 2.7l with a turbocharger and 310 hp, 400lb-ft of torque.
To bring power to the wheels, Ford offers either a seven speed manual transmission (six speed with a crawler gear) or a 10-speed automatic transmission. There is also an additional "advanced" 4x4 system which allows for on-demand engagement of the 4 wheel drive system.
Keep up with us to see our full line of 2021 Ford Bronco accessories!