The new 2021 Ford Bronco is gaining recognition for its exciting capabilities, earning a spot on Popular Science’s Best of What’s New 2020 list. PopSci gave out 100 awards across 10 categories to some of the top innovations of the year, including AI-powered Virtual Visor and Bosch’s self-tinting. On the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport, that top innovation happens to be the new G.O.A.T. Modes.
The G.O.A.T. Modes pair with the Bronco’s Terrain Management System™ to offer some modes to assist with off-road explorations, such as Mud/Ruts, Slippery, and Rock Crawl. The rugged capability of the Ford Bronco makes it an extreme competitor for tough terrains. The 2021 Ford Bronco is also equipped with a class-exclusive seven-speed manual that assists with its handling and capability.
With a spirit that lives up to its tagline, Built Wild, the 2021 Ford Bronco enhances the rugged lifestyle experience for outdoor enthusiasts. The 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport are perfect for adventurous families, delivering impressive off-road performance thanks to standard 4×4 capabilities and powerful engines. The Ford-exclusive G.O.A.T. Modes give Bronco drivers the ability to navigate and conquer any terrain, which is why this innovative system deserves the recognition it earned from PopSci.
Ford recently launched its new Max Recline Seats for the Ford F-150, part of America’s best-selling pickup truck line for 43 years. These ergonomic seats make it easy for passengers to get comfortable, making the F-150 perfect for long shifts on a jobsite and family road trips.
These new available Max Recline Seats fold down to nearly 180 degrees for an almost flat lounging experience. According to Ben Kulhawik, a seat designer at Ford, the new Max Recline Seats were “inspired by those adjustable beds you see on TV.”
“We know the folks who work on construction or mining sites use their truck cab for naps during downtime, and we learned everyday owners do, too,” explained Jackie DiMarco, Ford truck product line director. “When I would take my daughters to hockey tournaments, between games, one would be sleeping in the back seat while the other would be on the floor of my truck, and it reinforced the idea that, ‘We need to fix this!’”
These seats are truly ingenious—and quite comfy. According to Ford, the design of the seats allows the seat bottom to rise to provide greater back support. You can also rotate the upper seatback forward to improve neck comfort.
You’ll be able to opt for the Max Recline Seats on the 2021 Ford F-150, specifically on King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited models.
Just like the majestic animal the SUV gets its name from, the recently-revived Ford Bronco – and newly-minted Ford Bronco Sport – were Built Wild™ to roam free and find adventure at every turn. In honor of the resurrection of the Bronco, Ford has created an endowment to help protect the rugged terrain we all love to explore.
The all-new Bronco Wild Fund is expected to raise as much as $5 million each year from the sale of Ford Bronco and Bronco sport vehicles as well as licensed apparel and other merchandise. The Bronco’s Brand Marketing Manager, Mark Grueber, explains that the goal of the initiative is to allow Bronco lovers to “connect with the outdoors on a deeper, more personal level – ultimately enabling them to become responsible stewards of our nation’s treasures.”
The first recipient organization of funds from the Bronco Wild Fund is the National Forest Foundation, which is expected to use Ford’s contributions to plant one million trees before 2022 in continued reforestation efforts. The second Bronco Wild Fund beneficiary is Outward Bound USA, which will use the funding to empower youth while instilling in them a love of the great outdoors.
Ford is constantly pushing the limits of what its powerful F-Series pickup trucks can do on the jobsite and on the trails, but its most recent innovation is one for the history books. The new 2021 Ford F-150 has something no other pickup in its class has: a full hybrid powertrain.
The 2021 Ford F-150 PowerBoost® Hybrid is the first-ever hybrid pickup commercially available in America, but don’t think the truck lacks power because of its more efficient engine. The 3.5-liter PowerBoost® Hybrid powertrain delivers the highest torque ever seen on the F-150, clocking in at a whopping 570 lb-ft of torque.
The F-150’s hybrid variant, which delivers 430 horsepower and can tow up to 12,700 pounds, was subjected to extreme durability and “torture testing” to ensure it was reliable for Ford customers. This extreme battery of assessments included a 3,500-foot climb over just 11.4 miles with a maxed-out 12,700-pound trailer capacity in the punishing heat of the Mojave Desert at a 6-percent grade.
Per the Chief Engineer for the Ford F-150, “Just because it’s a hybrid doesn’t mean we treated PowerBoost with kid gloves. We have one standard for quality and durability.”
The 2021 F-150 with PowerBoost® Hybrid Powertrain will be on sale soon at Tropical Ford in Orlando, so follow us to be the first to test drive the first-ever hybrid pickup.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and the return of the Ford Bronco to the Ford lineup presents a wide array of gifts that any Bronco fans in your life will love. Here are just a few gift ideas that are perfect for the Bronco fan in your life.
Ford Bronco Diecast Model Car
The Ford Bronco is a vehicle that is fun for the whole family, so Bronco gift ideas should be just as accessible to all the Bronco fans in your family. Young automotive enthusiasts will enjoy a wide assortment of Ford Bronco diecast model cars, while older Bronco fans will find more intricate models enjoyable as well.
Ford Bronco Thermos
Especially as the weather takes a turn for the chillier, a thermos is a must-have accessory for those with an active lifestyle. Why not give that thermos a Built-WildTM flair by decorating it with the iconic Ford Bronco emblem?
Ford Bronco Ugly Holiday Sweater
Plenty of Holiday celebrations include an ugly sweater competition. When the Bronco fan in your life comes decked out in a sweater decorated with Bronco iconography, they are sure to be the talk of the party.
Of course, the best Bronco-based gift of all is a 2021 Ford Bronco itself. If you’d like to secure a Bronco for the automotive enthusiast in your life, reserve one today at Tropical Ford in Orlando, Florida.
At the center of this new Ranger package is a SYNC® 3 infotainment setup. This serves as the technological hub of the Ford Ranger and can be accessed via an eight-inch center touch screen. Furthermore, the STX Special Edition Package is also compatible with both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, so you can stay connected no matter which smart device you own.
As far as exterior style goes, the Ranger STX Special Edition Package includes unique 18-inch black wheels, which leave a lasting impression any time the Ranger races past. There will also be a few upgraded interior finishes found within the Ranger cabin.
All of these incredible features can be added to a wide range of Ranger models for only a small fee of $995.
Ranger customers are no strangers to customizable vehicle packages. Ford estimates 75 percent of Ford Ranger customers opt for one of the brand’s various appearance packages.
If you’d like to customize the appearance of your very own reliable Ford Ranger model, browse our inventory at Tropical Ford in Orlando, Florida.
The Ford F-150 Raptor is known by many for its legendary power and off-road prowess. Many have tried to beat this adventure-ready pickup in its versatile capability, but none have succeeded. One of the latest competitors seeking to challenge the F-150 Raptor is the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX. It’s set to feature a new 702-horsepower HEMI engine. However, with a new supercharged V8 on the horizon for the Ford F-150 Raptor, this little update from Ram is of no concern to the most popular pickup in America.
According to Ford Authority, the next generation Raptor is going to house the Shelby GT500’s supercharged 5.2-liter V8 under its hood. This engine is expected to provide between 725-750 horsepower, which makes it the fastest street-legal Ford engine to date. That’s plenty more horses than the TRX.
There’s still no word as to when, exactly, this monster of a pickup will be available, although Ford Authority suggested it might come as soon as the end of the 2021 model year, or in the 2022 model year.
The current Ford F-150 Raptor isn’t shy about its power, either. It has a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 under its hood, boasting a significant 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. That’s the best in its class for now, and with the next-generation Raptor, Ford plans to beat the competition yet again.
Check out the latest F-150 models at Tropical Ford in Orlando, Florida.
We all know that the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is the herald of a new era for both America’s signature automaker and the iconic pony car. While the majority of its press coverage has been focused on either its all-electric powertrain or SUV-based construction, there’s one aspect that deserves a moment in the spotlight: its premium sound system.
Designed by Bang & Olufsen®, the system features 10 high-quality speakers designed to deliver crystal-clear audio quality. But the innovations don’t stop there. Ford’s engineers also seamlessly integrated several of the speakers into the dashboard, occupying roughly one-third of the available space.
This placement isn’t just aesthetically pleasing; it’s also meant to spread sound evenly throughout the cabin, giving everyone an unforgettable experience. Additionally, it will benefit from the Mach-E’s whisper-silent electric powertrain, which removes the unpleasant element of engine rattle from your mobile concert hall.
According to a press release from Ford, the B&O® Premium Sound System has benefits that go beyond enjoyment. Brandon Wheeler, Harman’s Senior Manager of Acoustics for Ford, said, “Listening to music can positively impact mood. A premium sound system can not only increase the enjoyment of the vehicle, but studies show it can even help drivers to focus, particularly on long monotonous roads.”
If you’ve been yearning for a capable vehicle custom-built for outdoor adventures, it doesn’t get any better than the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco. For its long-awaited return, the legendary off-road model is packed to the gills with features worth getting excited about.
Whether you’re exploring the less-charted areas of Florida or trying to tackle the nation’s most demanding terrain, the Bronco has your back. The 2021 model features a class-exclusive system that gives you information on more than 1,000 miles of topographic trail maps so you can know what you’re up against before you hit the road.
To complement the 2021 Ford Bronco’s rugged good looks, the automaker gave the legendary 4×4 SUV a set of easily removable components. You can take off the roof on both cloth- and hard-top models, detach the doors, and lift away the rear windows. Ultimately, you can open up a largest-in-class open-top view to take in the sights while you cruise around Orlando.
One of the defining features of the original Bronco was its ability to dominate even the roughest patches of wilderness, and that capability is still present in the 2021 model. With the exclusive Terrain Management System™ with G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any type of Terrain) Modes™, you can choose from up to seven settings to optimize performance in nearly all conditions.
For over 40 years, Ford has been the leader in the pickup segment. Its most popular truck is the Ford F-150. Ford is continually working to make this truck stronger, smarter, and better in every way. This is evident in the all-new, completely redesigned 2021 Ford F-150 which delivers even more capability and performance. Here are a few updates from this upcoming model.
The 2021 Ford F-150 will debut with a new engine option – a 3.5-liter PowerBoost hybrid V6. Ford says this engine is expected to deliver more horsepower and torque than any other truck engine on the market today. It will also be the only full hybrid option available in the segment. Ford says it will offer an estimated driving range of 700 miles and will be able to tow at least 12,000 pounds.
Ford wants to make sure drivers like you have the power they need. The redesigned F-150 will be available with a Pro Power Onboard generator, which will have up to 7.2 kilowatts of energy. This should be more than enough for your power tools and any other equipment you might need.
Another way the updated F-150 can help you get your work done is with the available Tailgate Work Surface. It comes with cupholders, an integrated ruler, and a pencil holder. This is great for jotting down notes and creating your next worksite plan.
Although the 2021 Ford F-150 isn’t available yet, you can still shop for the 2020 Ford F-150 at Tropical Ford in Orlando, FL.