2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport to offer three grille designs “Modern,” “Classic,” and “Custom.” The default option will be Modern. The Classic grille casts its hook down memory lane, F.A. describing it as “a nod to the Bronco’s past.” The Custom is said to be a fancy option with a “more shiny and upscale look when compared to the other two.”
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The new Ford Bronco may be a G.O.A.T. “The G.O.A.T.,” it all starts with the acronym G.T.O., which stands for Gran Turismo Omologato. New Ford Bronco describes a computer-controlled active suspension that monitors the surface, weather, surrounding traffic and even the music being played in the vehicle to optimize its operation. The patent describes a long list of modes ranging from Daredevil for high performance off-road driving to Cradle, which modifies the ride quality to help soothe a sleeping child.
Ford, which recently revealed its reopening plans, is up for something adventurous in the upcoming year.
A hill-climbing style dips the front suspension to give the driver a better view of the trail ahead. Music mode can change the vehicle ride height to match the tunes coming out of the stereo and Office quiets things down and smooths out the ride to make it easier for anyone working inside.
Ford also filed a trademark in March for the name G.O.A.T. Modes that covers “drive systems comprised of automatic controls for vehicle chassis and powertrain controllers, integrated as an integral part of a passenger vehicle. “Ford has revealed a few technical details about the upcoming model; Autos will be “seeing shortly.”