The sixth-generation Ford Bronco will hit showrooms in June, but the automaker has already built race trucks based on its chassis. More specifically, three custom-built Bronco ULTRA4 4400 unlimited class race trucks have been unveiled, and they’ll be competing in this year’s King of the Hammers off-road racing event. Engine modifications have not been revealed, although we do know they sport a custom 4×4 driveline system built on Bronco brand’s racing heritage.
Its race-prepped cabins feature the first-ever FIA off-road-certified Pro Pacer XL ORV race shells from Recaro. The drivers include pro drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr., two-time King of the Hammers champion Loren Healy, and Jason Scherer, a three-time King of the Hammers champion. At the race, Ford will also showcase the Bronco R Race Prototype and the Bronco Sport, which took home a class win at the 2020 Rebelle Rally.
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- With front steering, powerful axle-articulation suspension and a winch, kids can play out a world of off-roading adventures, inspired by the world-famous Jeep Wrangler
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King of the Hammers inspired us to ensure every production Bronco model delivers the capability, durability and high-speed off-road experience this growing off-road enthusiast community has been trying to create on their own. These Bronco 4400 race trucks underscore our commitment to Bronco Built Wild capability and innovation in the red-hot off-road racing scene,” said Mark Grueber, Bronco marketing manager.