Introduced by the 2017 model year F-150 pickup truck and Camaro ZL1 muscle car, the 10Rxx transmission family is dubbed 10Lxx over at General Motors. The highest specification available is dubbed 10R140, with 140 referencing the maximum torque rating of 1,400 Nm (1,033 pound-feet). As for the Bronco, the Blue Oval intends to spruce things up with two new additions in 2022. Described as a special edition, the Everglades will be available next summer with a factory-equipped snorkel and winch. The Raptor, on the other hand, will challenge the Wrangler Rubicon 392. Instead of a thumpin’ great V8, the long-awaited Bronco Raptor is rocking a six-cylinder EcoBoost of unknown displacement. Be it the 3.0-liter unit of the Explorer ST or the 3.5-liter engine of the F-150 pickup truck, there’s no denying the Ford Motor Company intends to shame the 470 pound-feet (637 Nm) of torque developed by the Wrangler Rubicon 392’s HEMI V8.