The Ford Bronco DR Is A Production Bronco Desert Racer!

Dragoon

Administrator
Staff member
Founding Member
Sep 16, 2021
1,409
Gallery
314
1,590
FBG TX
Current Ride
2023 Bronco Raptor
Current Ride #2
2022 Ram TRX
2022 ford Bronco DR night.jpeg

THE LIMITED-EDITION BRONCO™ DR​


Competition-ready and designed for the hardest-core off-road enthusiasts, the Bronco brand elevates its desert racing capability to a new level. Introducing the all-new Bronco DR – a limited-production desert racing SUV.

For all images shown throughout: Bronco DR race prototype. Concept wrap, not for sale. For demonstration purposes only. Closed course. Professional Driver. Do not attempt. When off-road driving, always know your terrain and use appropriate safety gear. Available fall 2022.

BRONCO™ DR IS BUILT WILD™. NOW COMPETITION-LEVEL.​

Building upon current Bronco two- and four-door models, the 2023 Bronco DR is made possible with the race-proven design and engineering experience of Ford Performance. In collaboration with the craftsmanship, motorsport innovation and suspension technology of Multimatic.

READY FOR ITS RACING DEBUT​

With a premiere appearance planned for the 2022 Baja 1000, the Bronco™ DR will hit the sand powered by a Ford Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine.

Other competition-focused features include Multimatic Positional Selective DSSV™ Dampers, a Multimatic safety cage, 37-inch BFGoodrich® Mud-Terrain T/A® KM3 all-season tires and beadlock wheels.

An approach angle of 47 degrees, a departure angle of 37 degrees, and a breakover angle of 33 degrees all make it clear that the Bronco DR is a machine that’s purpose-built for racing. To meet desert racing requirements and provide weight savings, the air conditioning system, interior amenities, and all glass have been removed.

 
OP
Dragoon

Dragoon

Administrator
Staff member
Founding Member
Sep 16, 2021
1,409
Gallery
314
1,590
FBG TX
Current Ride
2023 Bronco Raptor
Current Ride #2
2022 Ram TRX
  • Thread Starter
  • Thread starter
  • #3
Mmm MoTec and a Coyote V8! Almost 16'' of travel in the front and about 17.5" inches in the rear.
 

Top Member Reactions

Top