A Classic Returns
The all new Ford Bronco is probably the most anticipated vehicle drop of the year. Ford didn’t do the best job of keeping the car under wraps as we found a couple photos floating around the Internet. We were particularly stoked about the two-door they tested rocking a set of Method 105 beadlocks in matte black.
Ford says it’s been tested under extreme grueling conditions and worthy to wear the iconic Bronco nameplate. This includes the brutal trails of the King of the Hammers competition. Even before rapper LL Cool J coined GOAT(Greatest of All Time), Ford’s internal code name for the original ’66 Bronco was G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any type of Terrain).
The Ford Bronco is part of the new flagship 4x4 family of SUVs that comes in a classic two-door and an all new four-door. It’s based on a fully boxed, high-strength steel chassis.
You’ll have two engine and two different transmissions to choose from. In the engine department you have a 2.3L turbo four-cylinder pushing 270hp and 310 lb.-ft of torque or the 2.7L twin-turbo V6 good for 310hp and 400 lb.-ft of torque. We prefer the latter. Drivetrain comes in the form of 7-speed manual transmission for low-speed rock-climbing capability or a 10-speed automatic transmission for easier driving on- and off-road.
Production begins in early 2021 and you can expect to see them popping at Ford dealerships next spring. MSRP is set at $29,995. Which model are you getting? Better question, what Method Race Wheels are you throwing on?
Featured above are our 105 Beadlock wheels in Matte Black. The 105 feature our iconic 12 window design, a forged 6061 aluminum beadlock ring, zinc plated hardware, and a super strong 3600 load rating
Interested in the same look and style of the 105 but without the hassle of maintaining a beadlock? Our Method 305 features the same iconic design but with a simulated beadlock, replaceable lip bolts, and in available in three different finishes.